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We have visited the store every visit to NY.
Because it is the only place where you can buy Kalles Dill Kaviar and some other North European delicacy products. IKEA is to far away and IKEA do not have the KK dill version.
Zabars was perhaps once unique, but now offers less variety and lower quality foodstuffs than the average supermarket, and at far far higher prices. The cooked and prepared foods, including meats and fish dishes, are particularly mediocre. The only items that I find worth tasting...More
We went to Zabars for breakfast twice while in NYC. Great spot for a quick bite or takeout at a reasonable price. Lots of locals who know the staff by name so they must be doing something right.
Wish we had the opportunity to have...More
Disappointment! I went to the bakery to get a bagel with lox & cream cheese. The first thing I noticed was that all the bagels were pre-cut, which you don’t even see in Dunkin Donuts. I asked for a pumpernickel bagel and was told that...More
So many people go to specialty bakeries for great pastry, but you can find it right here in this great neighborhood grocery store. You can get a lot of other things too, but writing from the standpoint of being a tourist, their pastry selection was...More
I was so disappointed. Yes, they had bagels and lox on the menu, but they were cold, tough, untoasted bagels in the fridge case wrapped in plastic with an olive (??) in the middle. It was inedible-- I took 2 bites and threw it out.
We stayed at a hotel 2 blocks away and we wanted a 'grab & go' breakfast to start our day of sight-seeing. This was the perfect spot for us.
Zabar's was packed with locals and tourists. They have a wide selection of bagels, pastries, egg...More
Zabar's has been in this neighborhood longer than I have -- over 35 years. The deli, bakery and prepared foods are above the norm and the market is so popular, it creates a traffic jam on the weekends. I recommend that you visit to shop...More
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
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