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Super Bowl Ready!

Eli’s been watching the Super Bowl with his high school football buddies FOREVER. If Super Bowl Sunday is a national holiday at your house, check out our complete catering menu for the great day, or join us at Eli’s Night Shift to watch on the jumbo screen while munching Night Shift’s jumbo wings.
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New Year’s Resolutions…

…are made to be broken, but let’s try for the month of January to eat more green vegetables. Start with a big pot of soup: onions, leeks, celery and carrots sautéed til beyond golden, chard stems, cubes of squash and shredded Savoy cabbage added with water or chicken stock, once they are soft, add baby spinach or kale or bok choy, let them cook until just wilted. Serve with a tablespoon of olive oil and a sprinkling of parmesan.
Call the Home Shop Department and tell them you want the soup ingredients delivered to your door.
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Valentines Day

February 14th….

For this romantic holiday, Eli goes classic. Decisions are not a problem, forgetting to make a decision is. Choose a box of chocolates, a bouquet of flowers or a bottle of champagne and you are off the hook for another year. Love you!
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What’s New?

Have you visited www.elislist.com? The cozy sliver of a shop with the great big old world wine cellar has launched a new website. While red may be more traditional in cold weather we love their suggestions for “Dry January” –dry white wines and brut champagnes can make it a very enjoyable month.
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On February 14th, say it with flowers…

Your sincerity is never going to be challenged if you show up with flowers. Whether a bunch, a bouquet or an extravagant arrangement, pretty much everyone is happy to receive flowers. Rich in style and inspiration, the flower department at Eli’s is going to be your friend come Valentine’s Day.

Come in and visit or call 212 717-8100 extension 1.
 

 What's on Eli's Mind

January and February can be tough months. The fortunate few get away. The rest of us either go on a diet or if you’re like me, you get busy with a new project. I’ve got two on my plate at the moment—a kiosk at the re-opened and re-imagined LaGuardia Airport and a bigger space for Noglu, the Parisian gluten-free bakery in which I am the American partner. Look for us mid-February on the corner of 90th and Madison.