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We’re Back !

The doors are open, the staff is excited to be back in action and the room is a buzz with happy diners. Chef Moctezuma is in the kitchen and Wine Director Kilian is eager to pour you a glass of something interesting. Over the last 3 years we’ve continued to add bottles to the wine list and more cellared bottles are now ready to drink. Come in and explore one of New York’s best, old world wine lists.


Dad needs a beer…

Why limit Father’s Day to just one day? Grab a New York State beer on tap with Dad at Eli’s Night Shift any day of the week, and savor the little things with him. He’ll thank you for introducing him to the Night Shift Burger, and what Time Out New York called "one of the best bars on the Upper East Side".
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In a lighter mood…

Warm weather brings lots of new wines to Eli’s List. Our serious relationship with the wines of Burgundy and Piedmont, does not diminish, but summer romances are not unheard of. We may flirt with peppery cabernet francs from the Loire or bright garnachas from Madrid; Mineral caricantes from Mount Etna and savory albariños from Galicia, especially with grilled fish. And then of course, Rosé and it’s irresistible allure. Don’t let the summer pass without a hint of romance. Visit us for brilliant wine discoveries.
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Flowers favorite season is now….

This is a great time to be outdoors and the Eli’s flower power team, led by Sarah Wright is right there with you – enthusiastic and knowledgeable, the team is ready to help you lean into summer with flowers and herbs ideal for planting or potting on windowsills and terraces. Join us as we gear up for a season of casual entertaining, windowsill gardening, outdoor landscaping and al fresco dinner parties.

 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 week ends out of the city, of grilling everything, of white shorts 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 tomatoes and the return of the soft-serve machines to my stores. What are you doing to get yourself summer ready?