Location

1411 Third Avenue
(NE Corner of 80th Street)
New York, NY 10028

(212) 717-8100

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Also home to: Eli’s Flower Shop

 

HOURS & MENUS

Daily from 7 am – 9 pm

 

Everyday Catering Menu

Holiday Catering Menu

Contact

General Store:

(212) 717-8100 EXT. 9

Catering & Events:

catering@elizabar.com

parties@elizabar.com

(212) 717-8100 EXT. 9

Customer Service:

customerservice@elizabar.com

Press Inquiries:

shelby@elizabar.com

GROCERY DELIVERY

Eli’s Personal Grocery Shoppers will shop the market for you with Eli’s discerning eye, and deliver your groceries 7-days a week, in Manhattan or the Hamptons.

Trust your groceries with someone who cares as much about what your family eats as you do.

Call or email your grocery list to

(212) 717-8100 EXT. 9

homeshop@elizabar.com

Location

 

Adventures on Third

Since opening in 1998, Eli has worked hard to recreate the energy and quality of the European markets he loves. With a keen eye for detail, he supervises this 20,000-square-foot market closely, constantly tasting and tweaking what you'll find in the aisles. Today, this store serves as Eli’s flagship store, a platform for his newest ideas and enthusiasms.

Shopping

 

A Way of Life

In New York City, stopping by Eli’s to pick up bread, coffee and whatever else catches the eye is a way of life for discerning New Yorkers. Eli is proud of his local organic produce, of his butcher shop, and especially of his fish department—so pristine you never have to worry about where your fish came from. At Eli’s the city’s best is all yours, under one roof.

Home Shopping

 

Your Personal Shopper

For those who don’t have time to cook or shop, Eli’s Market offers home shopping services. Call in, email, or fax your grocery order, and we will handpick your items and deliver them to you 7-days a week, in Manhattan and out East. Catering is always available, including special Holiday menus that make planning these tradition-driven occasions a snap.

Kosher Bakery

 

Home of the Jerusalem Loaf

Tucked into the front of Eli’s Market is a tiny kosher bakery producing some of the most delicious breads Eli makes. Crisp flutes, braided challahs, a rich, chocolate babka, assorted rolls, and an addictive version of Eli’s raisin nut loaves. The old advertisement for Levy’s rye bread—“You don’t have to be Jewish to love Levy’s” applies here—no need to keep kosher to appreciate these artisanal loaves.

Brunch

 

A New York Tradition

The focus at Eli’s Table, the restaurant attached to and inspired by the market below, turns to the classic fare New Yorkers have come to expect from the name Zabar: smoked fish, the city’s best French Toast, and a bottomless bread basket, all served in a relaxed, family-centric setting. Now open daily, why wait for the weekends when you can brunch all week?

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Location

 

Elis Market 3rd Avenue

1413 3rd Avenue at 80th Street, 10028

Getting There

Train: #6 to 77th Street/Lexington Avenue
Bus: 79th Street crosstown, north-south M98, M101, M102