Welcome to Eli's World



Fire Up That Grill

Up your BBQ game this summer with a shipment of fresh brioche hamburger rolls, seeded or plain, and Eli’s brioche hot dog buns, perfect for sausages or summer lobster rolls. Take it from us, it’s all about the buns.



Stop Sitting in Traffic…

Whether you’re out East or in the city, have Eli’s delivered straight to your door. There’s no substitute for quality. Call-in or email your grocery list, prepared foods, wine and flower orders, and Eli’s personal shoppers will do your shopping for you, 7-days a week. Trust your groceries to someone who care as much about what your family eats as you do.



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.



Summer in the City

Al fresco dining options abound at Eli’s – try summer in the city with a New York State brew in hand at Eli’s Night Shift. Grab a glass of Albariño or rosé and sit under an umbrella and watch the world go by at Bar ’91. Or reserve a table in the window at Eli’s table where his beurre blanc lobster roll just hit the menu. Eli’s is all about al fresco this summer.



Eli’s Summer of Galicia

Eli and his wine team have just returned from a trip to Galicia, Spain, one of the world’s most exciting terroirs and a region that makes wines perfect for summer drinking. Explore this region all summer with no corkage fees for bottles brought from Eli’s List to any Eli’s restaurant; once you’ve visited all 4 restaurants you’ll be eligible to receive 20% off your next case of wine. Pick up your Summer Wine Passport at Eli’s List today.



Current Classes

Eli is proud to offer a variety of classes, taught by the store's team of skilled professionals. Each month, expect a new calendar with a diverse range of seasonally-inspired topics aimed to teach and inspire, while offering an inside look at Eli’s World – the people that make Eli’s special, teaching the topics and skill they have spent years developing always trying to meet or match meet Eli’s high standards. Join us and rise to the challenge!



Be the Best House Guest…

If you’re staying with friends this summer, or just stopping in for a dinner party, follow Eli’s lead and stock their pantry with an Eli-approved collection of house-baked classics and hand-selected sweet and savory essentials.


What's on Eli's Mind?

After a couple of grey months things are looking up in the city and in my stores. We’re coming to the end of a brilliant California citrus season where we have kept colds at bay with juices, salads, sauces and sweets incorporating oroblancos, tangelos, golden nuggets and more delicious product form the Golden State. Rhubarb, one of the last truly, seasonal fruits has arrived, a sure sign of Spring. Fresh peas arrived along with the rhubarb and fiddlehead ferns, ramps and other seasonal silliness are on their way. The much maligned by me fava bean is here. And best of all April will bring the first crop of East 91 Street tomatoes. My goal when I started this urban farming project was to have tomatoes in the months they were not available locally and while I was defeated in producing this sunshine crop in winter, I had great success with early spring crops of flavorful heirlooms.