Groceries & Markets in New York


$10 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Nuts at The Bavarian Nut Company ($20 Total Value)

The Bavarian Nut Company

Elmwood Village

Cinnamon-glazed almonds and pecans, lightly salted cashews, and raw, all-natural almonds and walnuts

$10 $5

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One Week of Subscription Delivery of Three Classic or Vegetarian Cook-at-Home Meals for Two from HelloFresh (Up to 71% Off)

HelloFresh

Greenwich Village

Award-winning, chef-crafted recipes and farm-fresh ingredients delivered to your doorstep make for delicious meals in less than 30 minutes

$69 $20

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One or Three Groupons Toward Butcher-Shop Meats at Karl Ehmer Meat (50% Off)

Karl Ehmer Meats

Utopia

Butcher-shop meats such as chicken apple sausage, chorizo, mini franks, and liverwurst with goose liver

$10 $5

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$32 for $50 Worth of Nutritional Supplements — The Healing Ivy

The Healing Ivy

College Point

From the merchant: Offer includes all supplements, homeopathic remedies, teas, herbals and natural medicines

$50 $32

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$10 for $20 Worth of Chocolate-Covered Strawberries — Sweet Dreams Confections

Sweet Dreams Confections

Sweet Dreams Confections

From the merchant: We hand-dip our strawberries fresh; pre-orders are taken to ensure quality; please call ahead 24 hours to pick up

$20 $10

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Custom Rubber Stamps from Rubber Stamps, Inc. (60% Off). Two Options Available.

Rubber Stamps, Inc.

Rubber Stamps, Inc.

Customers can personalize old-fashioned rubber ink stamps, ideal for small businesses, notary publics, and holiday gift giving

$75 $30

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$36 for $80 Worth of Nutritional Supplements — Rockland Supplements

Rockland Supplements

Rockland Supplements

From the merchant: lose weight, burn fat, burn calories

$80 $36

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$15 for $30 Groupon — The Gift Basket Bowtique

The Gift Basket Bowtique

Huntington

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $15

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$98 for $179 Worth of Gift Baskets — Make Someone Happy Flower Shop

Make Someone Happy Flower Shop

West Sayville

From the merchant: Wonderful gift baskets filled with fruit, cookies, chocolate & assortment of snacks. Perfect for all occasions…

$179 $98

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Balloon-in-a-Box Bouquet or $20 for $40 Worth of Balloons from Balloons N More

Balloons N More

South Farmingdale

Balloon bundles, centerpieces, and arches for birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, and baby showers; bouquets include card and chocolates

$40 $20

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$33 for $55 Worth of Nutritional Supplements — Visalus Project 10 Challenge

Visalus Project 10 Challenge

Belmont

Sample the the shake mix that tastes like a cake mix. Get healthy, increase energy, and lose weight. Support included.

$55 $33

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$69 for Six Bottles of Wine, Corkscrew, and Two Wineglasses at Pugliese Vineyards (Up to a $ Value)

Pugliese Vineyards

Pugliese Vineyards

Choose from white or red wines from this award-winning waterfront winery

$125.94 $69

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$11 for $20 Worth Loose Tea — Good Life Tea

Good Life Tea

Canandaigua

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $11

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$16 for $30 Worth of Meats and Italian Goods at Landi's Pork Store

Landi's Pork Store

Landi's Pork Store

Italian staples such as homemade italian sausage, pasta sauces, and mozzarella

$30 $16

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$10 for $16 Worth of Beverages and More — Green Juice Cafe

Green Juice Cafe

Green Juice Cafe

From the merchant: Would you like coffee or juice today? Why choose, when you can have both. Pair it with a delicious panini too!

$16 $10

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$21 for $30 Worth of Humanely Raised, Hormone-Free Local Meat at Dickson's Farmstand Meats

Dickson's Farmstand Meats

Chelsea Market

Hormone-free meat arrives fresh from family, New York farms; cut & cured onsite at whole-animal butcher shop specializing in heritage meats

$30 $21

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  • Russ & Daughters
    Russ & Daughters It took Joel Russ ten days to travel from Germany to Ellis Island by boat in 1907, and that was the easy part. The 22-year-old Russ had arrived in America to help support his older sister's family, which he began doing by selling strings of Polish mushrooms, carrying them on his shoulders until he had saved up enough money for a pushcart. Next, he upgraded to a horse and wagon, and by 1914, he had enough funds to open a store. Dubbed "Russ's Cut Rate Appetizers", the store specialized in selling the cold appetizers known in Yiddish as "forshpayz": among them salt-cured salmon and herring. In 1920, he moved to East Houston Street, where the shop still stands today. During this period, he also became the father of three daughters who began working in the shop after school and on weekends, and in 1933, the store was renamed Russ & Daughters––widely regarded as the first business to ever use "& Daughters" in its name. Nearly 100 years later, the shop is owned and staffed by fourth-generation Russ family members, and has been recognized by The Smithsonian Institute as "a part of New York's cultural heritage". One of the last traditional appetizing stores on the Lower East Side, the business is considered by most to be much more than a beloved grocery: it's a preserver of the culture of the city's Eastern European Jewish Immigrants. Smoked and cured salmon is still sliced by hand, while bagels are rolled by hand and baked in an old-fashioned revolving oven. When ¬New York Magazine asked world-traveling chef Anthony Bourdain to name the best meal he's ever eaten in New York, the Travel Channel host said simply, "bagel, nova, cream cheese at Russ & Daughters. Not just the best, but 'ours'." Beyond the traditional bagel toppers, today's customers find gourmet delights such as cinnamon or chocolate babka, homemade chopped herring salad with granny smith apples, and handmade macaroons dipped in dark chocolate. Russian-style blini's make the perfect vessel for any of Russ & Daughter's high grade, hand-packed caviars, which are still sourced the old-fashioned way: by waiting patiently next to the fish's nests.
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    179 East Houston Street
    New York, NY US
  • Red Hook Lobster Pound
    Red Hook Lobster Pound Over a plate of fresh Maine lobster that they brought back to the city themselves, husband-and-wife duo Ralph Gorham and Susan Povich wondered aloud, “Why doesn’t someone in New York start a fresh-seafood business?” Their destiny as restaurateurs was realized the moment those words were uttered: they opened Red Hook Lobster Pound a mere six months later. Gorham began traveling to Maine every weekend, scoping out catches and making deals with fisherman, choosing only those that partook in environmentally sustainable practices. Meanwhile, Povich experimented with recipes in order to add to an already lengthy repertoire of lobster-based recipes she learned while growing up in the Northeast. Word of mouth helped spark interest in their eatery, and before long, the demand compelled them to expand their storefront to include a picnic-style dining room. They’ve even added a food truck––nicknamed "Big Red"––that brings lobster-based dishes to diners across the city. According to The New York Times, success has had little effect on Red Hook Lobster Pound’s menu: “It tastes as fresh as can be, which matters when you’re dealing with a trend that’s growing so fast.” Their lobster rolls—served on split-top buns and garnished with just enough homemade mayo—have been lauded by Zagat, Bloomberg News, and Gourmet.com. Other popular dishes include lobster bisque, lobster mac-n-cheese, and a lobster dinner, served with homemade coleslaw, potato salad, and fresh, lake-caught corn.
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    284 Van Brunt Street
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • City Crab and Seafood Company
    Fresh fare can be found at City Crab and Seafood Company, where visitors seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Plan to indulge a bit at City Crab and Seafood Company, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at City Crab and Seafood Company won't disappoint. Tots and tykes will be right at home at City Crab and Seafood Company with its kid-approved food and ambience. Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight. Reserve the private room at City Crab and Seafood Company for your next party — it's perfect for large groups looking to dine and celebrate together. Enjoy wifi here free of cost. Patio tables and chairs are ready for City Crab and Seafood Company diners who prefer their meals al fresco. Be sure to call for a reservation if the restaurant is part of your weekend plans — it can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays. Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most City Crab and Seafood Company patrons come in casual attire. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from City Crab and Seafood Company as well. Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot. If public transportation is preferable, ditch the car and board nearby stops at 23 St. (4, 6, 6X), 14 St. - Union Sq (N, Q, R), and 14 St. - Union Sq (4, 5, 6, 6X). A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
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    235 Park Ave S
    New York, NY US
  • Fowler’s Chocolates
    Toting a modest selection of chocolate confections and candies, Joseph A. Fowler entered the 1901 Pan-American Exposition hoping to plant the seed for a business in his newfound home of Buffalo. The company?founded in 1910?grew with each successive generation, and more than a century later, Fowler's celebrated chocolates continue to placate palates at several retail locations. The chocolatier has become synonymous with treats such as milk- and dark-chocolate truffles dubbed truffaloes, as well as sponge candy, which boasts a molasses-like flavor and an initially hard texture that quickly melts in the mouth. Like Count Chocula?s hairpiece, all of Fowler's fine-chocolate treats are crafted from the seeds of the theobroma cacao tree and use up to 60% cocoa solids for a rich cocoa flavor.
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    100 River Rock Dr
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Juan and Maria's Empanada Stop
    At Juan & Maria's Empanada Stop, a bell chimes regularly throughout the day, ringing along with the festive Latin music in the background. Its sound does not indicate the time, however?it greets every 50th customer to the empanada hot spot and rewards him or her with $5 worth of complimentary Spanish cuisine. When Chilean couple Juan and Maria Contreras opened their stand in 2000, they rarely had the opportunity to use the bell, as they were serving between 10 and 20 empanadas on any given Saturday. Today they dish out a minimum of 1,000 empanadas each day, vying to beat their current record of 1,504 empanadas sold in eight hours. Their popularity stems in part from a commitment to traditional, healthy cooking methods. Each of their empanadas is handmade and stuffed with one of 12 types of filling, including 90% lean beef and pork as well as vegetarian options. The deep fryers are filled with light salad oil, and none of the menu items include chemicals or preservatives. Juan and Maria extend the same homemade treatment to their fruit juices, which can be frozen and sold as "Juan-sicles," and their four hot sauces: green gold, red gold, spanish mayo and spanish ketchup. Attitude accounts for a second element of the pair's success. Their mix of hospitality and cultural pride draws diners to the turquoise shop, where Juan exuberantly lists the specials to newcomers. They have hosted the Juan & Maria's International Spanish Festival for the past four years, showcasing customs from 20 Spanish-speaking countries alongside their empanadas.
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    280 North Union St N
    Rochester, NY US
  • Edible Arrangments of Yonkers
    Edible Arrangements’ creative staff fashions tasty gifts from fresh fruit—such as cantaloupe, honeydew, and grapes—picked at its peak ripeness. Chocolate-dipped strawberries, keepsake teddy-bear containers, and “happy birthday” balloons may be added on request to enhance arrangements. But no additives, preservatives, or temptation-inducing serpents find their way into bouquets, ensuring a healthy snack for recipients.
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    471 McLean Ave
    Yonkers, NY US
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