People tend to check in during these times:
With 16 stores located throughout Manhattan, The Food Emporium name is synonymous with specialty gourmet, exceptional quality, service, taste and style. Come discover gourmet delicacies from around the globe. Savor a warm, inviting environment designed to stimulate your senses – an...
Beautiful architecture! A little pricey but you pay for quality.
Most interesting supermarket in UES, under Queensboro bridge. expensive but lots of choice.
Clean, expensive, friendly staff and the architecture of the ceilings is work by Gustavino. Great acoustics.
A bit pricey but excellent choice
Look up. It's marvelous. Mezzanine level has pictures that chronicle the history of the market under the bridge.
The prices are high but the service is quick.
They don't have buttermilk or sage!
Friendly employees; observe and enjoy the beautiful architecture work below the Queensboro bridge.
"Cronuts" 2 for $7. Caramel, chocolate, and strawberry. Don't get strawberry.
Long story short: After 3 people making 3 attempts to get serviced at the meat/fish counter, 1 attempt to find the manager/someone at the CS Desk, we received help. 30 minutes and no apology...poor!!!
There's a rest room on the second floor! Thank God!
Look up! Behold the acclaimed tilework of Guastavino, who also desigNed the arches of grand Central Station.
Love this place!
Old Amsterdam's premium aged Gouda considered the "people's favorite," make sure to not miss out next time you come shopping. http://oldamsterdam.com/
Nicest food emporium I've been too. More like a whole foods experience
Always out of produce or the staff is "on break" if you need something.
This is their best branch so far ~ love the location (under the bridge), Lavazza cafe + International Food Specialty Section. Cozy ambiance and lines are never long. +++
The worst grocery store in all of Manhattan. Insane product display and organization, lousy selection and overall just a waste of time. Order Fresh Direct if you want to eat.
There's a retaining wall on the 59th Street side that you can stand on to watch runners coming off the bridge during the NYC Marathon.
Love the 'Ralph & Charlie's carrot+cranberry' juice.
Open till 11pm on Sunday nights, awesome for late night prepping for your week!
Consmr reviewers picked Food Emporium staples Sriracha to spice up meals, Stouffer's Lasagna for an easy dinner, and Seventh Generation detergent as their laundry pick. See more picks at consmr.com
Find your pretzel crisps here in the deli section! The buffalo wing flavor sounds weird but is delicious!!
Delicious Kumato brown tomatoes for only $3.99 ($5.99 in most other stores)
Store on59thbfirst seafood is beter
89 cent chocolate milk! Can't be beat!
now has Boar's Head meats, cheeses, etc!
If you want good seafood you got to sheck them out and ask for alexand he will get you anything you want.
Has really inexpensive Saffron. Saffron is so hard to find in this city for some reason!
Insane variety of chocolate, pasta, and condiments downstairs. Free wifi, tables, and outlets upstairs.