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Fire Up That Grill

Barbecue season has officially begun and all the best grills are sporting meat from the Butcher Department at Eli’s. Don’t be left out and don’t be left behind. Call 212 423-0129 to place an order for delivery. You can also order online for shipment anywhere in the USA. Hand-cut, your order will travel on dry-ice, never frozen and arrive ready for the grill.
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HAMPTONS DELIVERY

Did you know…

that Eli’s trucks are in the Hamptons every day? Why not let them delivery 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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Eli's List

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. Visit us for brilliant wine discoveries.
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Eli’s Flower Power Team

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, these women are ready to help you make summer one long garden party. Local blooms are one of the great pleasures of the season and this is where you’ll find them worked into bouquets for giving and gifting (and for spoiling yourself with, too!)
 

 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 and of grilling everything. Here in the store, we are in the middle of stone fruit from California season, the end of my crop of rooftop, heirloom tomatoes is in view, just as the local varieties start to arrive. I'm already dreaming about Long Island corn on the cob. And speaking of ice cream—have you visited my son Sasha’s UES frozen treats store, GLACE? A summer essential if ever there was one!