Anyone visiting New York, specifically Manhattan, knows you can go just about anywhere in the city to find an abundance of different culture’s cuisine. Brooklyn, on the other hand, rivals Manhattan with one of the most diverse food scenes around. With each neighborhood presenting a different culture of food, the opportunities are endless when it comes to the selection of ethnic food markets.
Sahadi's has been a Brooklyn tradition since 1948, serving up authentic and delicious selections for all of your Mediterranean cravings. Planning on crafting your own snazzy charcuterie board for a dinner party? Stop by Sahadi's for juicy Calamata olives and smoked almonds, or skip the work and order up an antipasto or falafel platter from their catering services. They also offer convenient local delivery, so all you have to do is sit back, relax, and get ready to dive into some of the best hummus you've ever tasted.
Net Cost offers a delectable curation of Eastern European and Russian flavors, most notably, its expansive array of meats and inexpensive dairy products. Looking for something smoky, savory, and bursting with umami flavor? This is your place to go. You'll also find a wonderful assortment of root vegetables, leafy greens, and hearty mushrooms.
La Bella Market Place is your neighborhood go-to for gourmet Italian. In addition to your typical groceries, you'll also find a tempting array of olives, artisan cheeses, imported sausage, European sweets, and a ridiculous smorgasbord of just about any pasta you could possibly imagine. If you can't wait to get home and cook the pasta yourself, don't fret; scoop up Caprese salad and Penne Alla Vodka to-go or order catering for the whole office!
Who said you can't find fresh produce in the city? Not Jmart, that's for sure! From your typical fruit and vegetable needs to your more exotic hankerings, Jmart's extensive produce selection will have you excited to eat healthy. Jmart also offers a wide array of Asian groceries, including marinated eggs, steamed buns, chili sauces, various teas, and more.
New York is known for its incredible Jewish delis and restaurants. Those famous menu items begin with quality ingredients, many of which can be found at the Zion Kosher Market! While one trip through the doors will tempt senses towards vats of nuts and dried fruits (or perhaps towards the warm counter doling out servings of spiced eggplant and baba ganoush) and local will tell you: the bread selection is absolutely not to be missed!