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Celebrate 5778 with Eli’s

The Jewish holidays mark the true beginning of fall at Eli’s. Let’s say good-bye to summer with a call to the catering department so that you can relax and enjoy this special time with family and loved ones. Call Eli’s catering team at (212) 860-0402 Ext. 9 today to talk you through your holiday menus.



For a Sweet New Year…

Send an Apple & Honey Basket to loved ones near and far with Eli’s gift basket of New York State apples, local honey, apple crumb loaf cakes and a traditional round challah. Baskets and other holiday sweets can be ordered online and shipped all over the country, or by calling (212) 717-8100 Ext. 9



Eli’s & Mercato

Eli is proud to announce that his old-fashioned butcher, pristine fish department and select essentials are now available for online ordering via Mercato, the premiere platform for online grocery and specialty food. While you can always have Eli’s personal grocery shoppers shop your full grocery list for you, 7-days a week, access to the city’s best meat & fish is now just a click away.



Break the Fast

Break your Yom Kippur fast with Eli’s expertly arranged smoked fish platters, bagels, cream cheese for a schmear, blintzes, babka and rugelach. Call Eli’s Catering today at (212) 860-0402 Ext. 9.



Fall for Burgundy

Eli’s Table is where you want to be come fall—forget rosé and celebrate the season with menus that celebrate our famously old-world-centric cellar. This is weather that calls for the reds we love from producers who make beautiful, expressive wines, mature and on our list and ready for you to enjoy now.



What I’m in the mood for tonight…

As a longtime Upper East Sider, I wanted to create a wine bar for my neighborhood where dinner would be a relaxed affair and the selection of wines by the glass would be compelling enough that you’d want to return nightly. Bar ’91 is well on its way to being that place, where my neighbors enjoy a market-inspired menu many nights of the week.


What's on Eli's Mind?

I love September! For me it is the sweetest season. The Upper East Side fills up as friends, dogs, joggers and neighbors flood back into the city and transition into their urban lives. I LOVE seeing my produce departments bursting with New York State vegetables. From now to Thanksgiving we eat more locally then at any other time of year. Join me at Eli’s in celebrating this glorious season.