A Way of Life for New Yorkers
In New York City, stopping by one of Eli’s shops to pick up bread, a bag of freshly baked croissants, a pound of coffee, and whatever else catches the eye is a way of life for smart New Yorkers. Eli is proud of his local organic produce, of his butcher shop with its aging rooms, and especially of his fish department—so pristine you never have to worry about where your fish came from or if it’s safe to eat. Cheeses from France, Italy, and Spain arrive by air along with olive oils, almonds, and anchovies. Coffee is roasted on the premises in small batches.