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Associated Supermarkets, Harlem+

  2212 Third Avenue - Third Avenue - New York, NY              
For over 50 years, Associated Supermarkets has provided the freshest quality of foods, the best service, along with the lowest prices available.
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Eli Zabar, Upper East Side
  1411 Third Avenue - (between 80th and 81st Streets) - New York, NY              
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Eli Zabar's world-renowned stores in New York on the upper east side include Eli's Manhattan, Eli's Vinegar Factory, E.A.T., and Eli's Bread. Shopping services and grocery delivery, corporate catering, holiday menus, gift baskets, fresh produce, gourmet restaurants, and the gift of bread await the savvy shopper.
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Katz's Delicatessen, Greenwich Village+
  205 East Houston - New York, NY              
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As successive waves of newcomers continue to arrive on the Lower East Side, they join in the ranks of many generations of regulars. Katz's is and shall be for many, a link with their heritage, a place to show to their children and grandchildren, and the best delicatessen in the world. If you can't come to Katz's we can come to you. Now you can have Katz's Salamis and other fine products shipped to so you can enjoy our authentic specialties at home.
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Eataly, Midtown
  200 5th Avenue - New York, NY              
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More than a supermarket with restaurants. It is an energetic marketplace, an opportunity to taste and take home the products of artisans who till, knead and press to bring you the highest quality products at fair price. Eataly has assembled the absolute best Italian producers from every region under one roof and the absolute best chefs to cook their wares; Eataly is the heartbeat of Italy.
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D'agostino Supermarkets, Upper East Side
  1233 Lexington Avenue at 83rd - New York, NY              
Fast forward to the 21st Century. Nick D'Agostino, Jr. is Chief Executive Officer and his two sons, Nicholas III and David, operate the 23-store D'Agostino chain. The stores are small, but they stock a wide variety of high quality groceries, produce, meat, poultry, and seafood as well as deli items. The chain may be small by food industry standards, but D'Agostino enjoys a big reputation both in the city and nationally. Movies and television shows shot on location in New York frequently use D'Agostino stores or "DAG BAGS" to help impart a sense of New York City realism. Network reporters often report grocery or food news "on location" at D'Agostino stores. D'Agostino is NYC super marketing.
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Dean & Deluca, Greenwich Village+
  560 Broadway (Permanently closed) - CLOSED - Soho, NY              
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Permanently closed
This team creates a feast for the senses in an environment where expert customer service and culinary excellence reign. Each department is a panoply of color and abundance that's meant to be touched, smelled and tasted. Our managers are experts in their fields, intelligently editing from a vast array of products to offer the very finest. Each manager works directly with the artisan producers, the farmers, the cattle raisers, the fishermen, the truffle hunters.
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Bangkok Center Grocery, Greenwich Village+
  104 Mosco Street - New York, NY              
Thai foods, including satay ingredients, Thai tea, sticky rice, & Pad Thai rice noodles. You will find eveything you need for cooking Thai curry.
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Ceriello Manhattan, Midtown
  308 Grand Central Terminal - Manhattan - New York, NY              
The birth of a company small or large represents a very passionate event and maybe a little romantic too. This is how Ceriello Fine Foods was born back in 1973. With the tradition of a farmer, and the respect for the product of the mother earth, Andrea Ceriello found A. Ceriello Corporation, (Ceriello Fine Foods). The purpose of Ceriello Fine Foods was to provide an array of fine foods and food products to the most esigent of his clients, maintaining a delicate balance of a natural product. Ceriello Fine Foods started as a Long Island north shore Italian specialty shop and grew to be one of the region leaders.
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Gansevoort Market, Greenwich Village+
  52 Gansevoort St - New York, NY              
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Open Daily from 8AM to 8PM
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Morton Williams Associated Supermarkets, Greenwich Village+
  130 Bleecker Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Morton Williams is a family-owned and operated food retailer of twelve stores in the New York Metropolitan area - in business since 1946. Each store is designed to reflect the needs of the individual neighborhood.
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Real Food Market, Greenwich Village+
  6th Avenue - between Bleecker & Houston - New York, NY              
In 2006, we opened the South Village and SoHo Real Food Markets in New York City for farmers, artisans, and purveyors of regional and traditional foods. What is Real Food? At a properly-run farmers' market, all vendors are producers. A Real Food Market is more like markets in Europe. There are farmers and bakers, but also food artisans and purveyors, or merchants. Second, the Real Food Region is larger than at a traditional farmers' market. We forage in the Northeast: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Oh, and you might find other goodies you don't see at a true farmers' market, such as a cup of hot coffee (locally roasted) or hot chocolate with local milk. The experiment was a success and we'd like to do it again, but in the summer of 2007 we have too many other things to do. Stay tuned.
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Associated Supermarkets, Upper West Side
  755 Amsterdam Avenue - Amsterdam Avenue - New York, NY              
For over 50 years, Associated Supermarkets has provided the freshest quality of foods, the best service, along with the lowest prices available.
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Western Beef, Greenwich Village+
  403A West 14 Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
As part of an effective marketing strategy, Western Beef, Inc. establishes supermarkets primarily in inner-city neighborhoods abandoned by many other supermarket chains. With 21 high-volume full service supermarkets and 5 food outlet - type stores supplying customers from the most visible warehouse supermarket chain in the New York metropolitan area. Stores, situated in neighborhoods with large populations and ethnic diversity, continually refine, improve and implement their marketing strategies in order to increase customer service and sales.
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Whole Foods Market, Midtown
  250 7th Avenue at 24th Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
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Founded in 1980 as one small store in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods MarketĀ® is now the world's leading retailer of natural and organic foods, with 181 stores in North America and the United Kingdom. To date Whole Foods Market remains uniquely mission driven: We're highly selective about what we sell, dedicated to stringent Quality Standards, and committed to sustainable agriculture.
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Pioneers Supermarkets, Upper East Side
  1407 Lexington Avenue - New York, NY              
Pioneer Supermarkets have a long tradition of serving consumers in New York City and surrounding communities, and there are currently more than 30 Pioneer Supermarkets located in the New York metropolitan area. Each store is independently owned and operated by merchants familiar with the needs of their local neighborhoods
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Pioneer Supermarkets, Upper West Side
  289 Columbus Avenue - New York, NY              
Pioneer Supermarkets have a long tradition of serving consumers in New York City and surrounding communities, and there are currently more than 50 Pioneer Supermarkets located in the New York metropolitan area. Each store is independently owned and operated by local merchants familiar with the needs of their local neighborhoods.
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Associated Supermarkets, Upper West Side
  1968 Second Avenue - Second Avenue - New York, NY              
For over 50 years, Associated Supermarkets has provided the freshest quality of foods, the best service, along with the lowest prices available.