• Fruit and Vegetables.
  • Variety of meat products.
  • Table setup with water, bread, plates ...
  • Table setup with salmon, bagels, cream cheese...
  • Variety of vegetables: corn, beets, kale...
  • Table setup with seafood: variety of fish...
  • Table setup with bread, some salad, seasonings...

Welcome to Eli's World

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Summer Ready means…

….not spending too much time thinking about what’s for dinner and more time for the people and things you love. Eli’s trucks are in the Hampton’s every day, why not let them deliver your groceries to you while they are out there? Let Eli be the solution to shopping for quality ingredients, prepared foods, hand-cut meat from an old fashioned butcher and of course Eli’s Bread and pastries. A phone call is all it takes.

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AL FRESCO SEASON

 

It’s rosé o’clock...

When the weather is warm, the days are long and we can sit outside, all we want to drink is rosé. If we can’t be on vacation everyday, we’ll drink rosé. Our preference is for Domaine de la Citadelle from Provence. We love it so much it’s the only one we offer in our restaurants and in our wine store. Served over ice, the French call it a rosé piscine, which translates to pink swimming pool. Santé.

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GRILLING

 

All about the buns

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. Anyone can grill a decent burger—yours are distinguished by their excellent buns.

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SUMMER ESSENTIALS

 

Be the Best House Guest…

If you’re staying with friends this summer, don’t arrive empty handed. Follow Eli’s lead and stock their pantry with an Eli-approved collection of pristine ingredients, house-baked classics and hand-selected sweet and savory essentials. EV olive oil, coffee beans, French cheeses and fresh bread will make you a popular addition to any weekend get-a-way.

 

What's on Eli's Mind

For me, as for most Americans, Memorial Day weekend is the official start of the summer season—the season of weekends out of the city, of grilling everything, of ice cream and watermelon and the long wait for corn on the cob. For me it means visiting farm stands in the tri-state area to see what’s new and good. It means a bumper crop of rooftop, heirloom, green tomatoes, that I am frying up in all my restaurants and serving with jalapeno mayo. What are you doing to get yourself summer ready?