Eli Zabar Grand Central

Eli Zabar Grand Central

Eli Zabar Grand Central

Eli Zabar Grand Central

Eli Zabar Grand Central

Eli Zabar Grand Central

Grand Central Farm to Table

Grand Central Station is one of New York's greatest landmarks and it's vibrant retail market place is a fitting home for the products Eli Zabar is proudest of. Visit Eli's Bread & Pastry and Eli's Farm to Table, both located at the Lexington Avenue entrance of Grand Central Market

Eli's Farm to Table Market at Grand Central Station Market is a showcase for local and regional produce. This free standing fruit and vegetable market emphasizes Eli Zabar's long term commitment to the seasonal, organic, sustainable practices of farmers in the tri-state area and presents visitors to Grand Central Station with an inspiring vision of what the region has to offer them. Eli Zabar's Farm To Table Market at GCS presents a cornucopia of dried fruits and nuts, granolas, fresh fruit juices, soups, salads and sauces made from local ingredients, locally sourced jams, honeys, chutneys and fruit butters, fresh and dried herbs, oils and vinegars, house-made dressings and dips, seasonal fruit, themed gift baskets and cut flowers by the stem as well as arrangements and bouquets. You will also find a selection of salad spinners and other intelligent tools useful in the preparation of fruits and vegetables. Eli Zabar's name has always been synonymous with quality and for Eli quality has always been synonymous with freshness. Zagat guides to the city have consistently named Eli’s produce departments “The Best”. Fifteen years ago the idea of the urban, rooftop farmer was considered eccentric, but that didn't stop Eli from building green houses on the roof of his Vinegar Factory store at York Avenue and 91st street. Today, Eli harvests 15 varieties of heirloom tomatoes in a season that begins in April and often runs till November. Lettuce is harvested daily and served in Eli's restaurants and sold in his stores. The rooftop also supports a grove of fig trees as well as grapevines and strawberry plants. Delivering his fresh baked bread in the tri-state area, Eli didn't like seeing his trucks making the homeward trip empty. He was inspired to seek out relationships with growers along his bread routes, and now nine months a year these trucks return to the city bearing a bountiful harvest of seasonal fruits, flowers, vegetables and in December, Christmas trees.


550 square feet

  • Eli's Famous Greenhouse Heirloom Tomatoes
  • Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, locally sourced whenever possible
  • Local and European flowers
  • Eli's Olive Oil
  • Eli's Tomato Sauce
  • Eli's Vinegar
  • Vegetarian Entrees: Pizzas, veg. meatloaf, etc.
  • Dips & Cream Cheese
  • Vegetable Soups
  • Salad Dressings
  • Salads-to-Go
  • Crudite-to-Go
  • Candy and Nuts-to-go
  • Dried Fruit Platter
  • Olive Bar
  • Vegetable Prep Tools: Peelers, wood spoons, moroccan market baskets, etc.

Grand Central Station
(89 E 42nd street / Lexington Avenue)
New York, NY 10017

PHONE: (646) 503-3534
FAX: (646) 503 3536

To Get Here:

Train: 4, 5, 6, 7, S

Buses: M42, north-south M101, M102, M103

Monday to Friday: 7am - 9pm;
Saturday: 10am - 7pm; Sunday: 11am - 6pm;
Elis at Grand Central Market



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