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The Pickle Guys
49 Essex St (btwn Grand & Hester St)
"Best pickles NYC. The spicy spicy ones in particular. Closed on Saturday but open Sunday all day."
Russ & Daughters
179 E Houston St (btwn Allen & Orchard St)
"Everything. Try the Scottish salmon on an everything bagel with scallion lox. The herring in cream sauce is also just mouth watering."
Grand Central Market
105 E 42nd St
"Great fish selection (2 shops) in a city full of iffy fish. Plus meat, cheese, produce, spices, tea, coffee, and anything else you could want"
Bakery · $$
195 Grand St (btwn Mott & Mulberry St)
"Cannolis, biscotti, and other delicious Italian treats that will tickle the taste buds. Best for a person with a sweet tooth. Outdoor seating in pleasant weather."
La Bella Ferrara
Bakery · $
110 Mulberry St (btwn Canal & Hester St)
"Everyone talks up the cannoli (which are fantastic) but I'll take a fresh warm almond biscotti any morning. Buy them by the pound. Great little place with really friendly service."
Piemonte Ravioli Co
190 Grand St (btwn Mulberry & Mott)
"If you come out with anything, make it the prosciutto and cheese torteloni. I also splurge on their house marinara - fresh without preservatives. Perfect dinner for two."
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