The mercado kiosks at José Andres’ Spanish Hudson Yards mainstay. Photo courtesy of Mercado Little Spain

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Resy’s Guide to Restaurants Selling Groceries in New York


As some of New York’s favorite restaurants have shifted to takeout and delivery, many have also pivoted to stocking up your pantries. From frozen dumplings to gourmet tinned seafood, here’s a list of some of the top restaurants selling groceries in New York. (If you’re specifically looking to get wine to go, we have a guide for that, too.) 

You can now recreate the magic of Ignacio Mattos’ cooking at home with Altro Paradiso and Estela’s “Take Us Home” box. Each curated box can feed two people three to four meals. Pick up this week’s set (featuring arancini, endive salad, octopus escabeche, beef brisket, fresh pasta, and more) here and stay tuned for updates here.

This modern Italian restaurant in South Williamsburg is offering cook-at-home pantry staples, including fresh pasta kits (make your own fusilli, paccheri, or tagliatelle), frozen ravioli, sauces by the pint (pork Bolognese ragu, tomato, and vodka sauce), and pizza kits. Call (347) 987-4500 for pickup and delivery Tuesday to Sunday, from 2 to 8 p.m.

For your Japanese comfort food needs, head to Bessou. This West Village favorite has devised meal kits (think chicken karaage, “instant” udon, and a shabu shabu kit) and frozen foods (Japanese curry, pork tonkatsu, hamachi collar) to go. Order online for pickup and delivery here.

Devotees of this plant-based eatery can now get groceries at all three New York locations. Stock up on pints of soup, avocado smash, and coconut yogurt, alongside baked goods, coffee blends, and healing adaptogens. Find all ordering info here.

Once a week, seafood favorite Cervo’s is doing a 24-hour sale (from Thursday to Friday at noon, for Saturday pickup) to restock everyone’s pantries. Get your hands on gourmet tinned seafood, CSA-style vegetable and egg boxes, chicken stock, hot sauce, and even Cervo’s signature ready-to-roast piri piri chicken. Order online here.

Harlem’s neighborhood bistro is doling out farm boxes and pasta kits (your choice of pasta and sauce), alongside cheese and charcuterie, and bottled cocktails ready to be poured. Order for pickup or delivery here.

Colonia Verde has ramped up on the to-go front, and is now offering a bevy of Latin staples (think tortillas, salsas, and farm-fresh greens) and fridge- and freezer-friendly meals for delivery to Brooklyn only. Order online (there’s a $50 order minimum) and email with any questions.

Manhattan’s most trendy Korean steakhouse is making its excellent cuts of meat available to go. Offerings include the Cote steak care package (two prime dry-aged ribeyes, with a banchan set, spicy ssamjang, and salt to grill at home); a ssam kit with all the fixings; and a proper steak feast, featuring four premium cuts, two stews, and Korean accoutrements. Place your order (and inquiries) at or get your goods online here.

This Red Hook gem has turned into a CSA-style grocery store, stocked with everything you’d need, from the basic (eggs, vegetables, milk, whole bean coffee) to the niche (Mexican coke, chicken liver pâté, plus their bottled cocktails). Order online or sign up for their CSA program here, and pick it all up on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 5 to 7 p.m.

The Franks are back and unleashing their brand of Italian goodness in the form of pantry goods. Get your hands on Frankies’ own EVOO and favorite canned tomatoes, and stay on the lookout for fresh pastas, sauces, and frozen pies and dough from their acclaimed F&F Pizzeria. Order here.

As with Cervo’s, get in on Hart’s weekly 24-hour sale (from Friday to Saturday at noon, for Sunday pickup) to restock on some excellent pantry goods. Think ground lamb, fresh ricotta, Martin’s potato rolls, tinned seafood, and more. Order online here.

The artisan goods of this Tuscan staple are up for grabs. We’re talking Il Buco’s own house-made salumi, cheese, farm-fresh produce, freshly-baked breads, pasta kits, pasta sauces by the quart, and pantry items (sea salt, olive oil, beans, anchovy fillets, and more). Order it all online, for pickup and delivery.

This Korean spot in Gowanus is offering homemade kimchi by the pint, alongside frozen dumplings and mung-bean pancakes, plus pantry snacks and sauces. Call (718) 855-2620 or order online for pickup, or get delivery

Prospect Heights’ James is getting in on the provisions front, offering its house-made oat crunch, Sweetleaf ground coffee, and a greenmarket box filled with local farms’ goods. Call (718) 942-4255 for pickup and drop by Tuesday to Saturday, from 4 to 9 p.m.

Jeffrey’s Grocery has fully embraced its name and transformed into a neighborhood grocery store. Drop by Wednesday to Sunday from 12 to 7 p.m. to pick up everything from veggie and fruit boxes to meal kits and shelf-stable goods. Order online here.

Aspiring bakers: Cobble Hill’s natural wine bar is offering everything a sourdough enthusiast could need, from a (free!) sourdough starter to organic flours. Stash some of June’s house-cured olives and chili-strawberry butter while you’re at it. Drop by from 3 to 9 p.m. (12 to 9 p.m. on the weekend) for pickup, or get delivery.

Been craving xiao long bao? Kings Co. Imperial is out with a new lineup of frozen dumplings. Chose from Berkshire pork, bok choy, and white broiler chicken dumplings (alongside sauces and the aforementioned soup dumplings), and if you’d like to reheat them up the proper way, Kings Co. is selling their own bamboo steamer baskets. Get it all here.

An excellent array of items from the mercado kiosks at José Andres’ Spanish mainstay in Hudson Yards are available for delivery, including tinned seafood; spices, sauces, and salts; cured meats and cheese; and more. Order here.

If you know Israeli sensation Miznon for its pillowy pitas, get ready to know it for its incredible pantry store. The Upper West Side location is offering a range of salatim (baba ganoush, hummus, tahini sauce), shelf-stable items (Israeli za’atar, olive oil), and produce for all your home cooking needs. Find all ordering info here.

Astoria’s family-owned Italian gem has devised an Italian market menu to level up your pantries. Get jars of homemade sauce (San Marzano tomato, Bolognese, and vodka sauce), fresh pasta (from black squid ink to frozen gnocchi), pizza dough, and more, for takeout Monday to Friday, from 12 to 9 p.m. Get delivery here.

Though the city’s OG dim sum parlor has temporarily shuttered its doors, its Nolita outpost has your dumpling needs covered. Get packs of frozen pork soup dumplings and siu mai (cooking instructions here) and dipping sauces for pickup here and delivery here.

Open seven days a week, the Olmsted Trading Post is letting the Prospect Heights crowd in on pastry chef Alex Grunert’s baked goods; quarts of the restaurant’s duck liver mousse, lobster Bolognese, and more; and farm-fresh produce from their suppliers. Drop by from 2 to 7 p.m on weekdays, and from noon to 7 p.m. on the weekend. Learn more here.

Oxalis is opening up its pantry for the neighborhood. Available for pickup and delivery, their pantry boxes run the gamut from market boxes filled with local farms’ greens to ready-to-cook dinners for two. Order all boxes, alongside baked goods, fresh produce, sauces, and meats here.

Popina is launching a provisions store for all the home cooks in need, offering spices, flour, rice, and even cocktail cherries. Email and check out the running list of goods in stock here.

This lobster shack has partnered with its suppliers to bring a Maine Stay-at-Home Marketplace full of seafaring possibilities. We’re talking live lobsters, P.E.I mussels, frozen scallops, local calamari, crab legs, and meat. Call (718) 858-7650 for delivery and pickup every day from 12 to 8 p.m. (and ‘til 6 p.m. on Sundays).

Stefano Secchi and David Switzer’s endlessly popular restaurant on 20th Street is now offering kits of its finessed pasta to go, featuring fresh tagliatelle, anolini, or spinach pappardelle, with sauces like duck ragu and pomodoro (a bake-at-home lasagna for two is also available). Order here.

Fort Greene’s zero-waste wine bar has partnered with produce purveyor Natoora to create its very own CSA box (pickup is free, delivery is $15 and only offered in Brooklyn). Get curated chef-standard fruits, vegetables, dairy, and pantry goods for $50 every week. Subscribe here.

Bushwick’s favorite pizzeria is offering make-at-home kits for three of its signature pies (the Bee Sting, Margherita, or the Famous Original with caciocavallo and chile) alongside cacio e pepe and oxtail spaccatelli pasta kits. Order here and become your own pizzaiolo (or get their excellent frozen pizzas here).

Though this New York institution has temporarily closed all of its locations, there are still many ways to get your bagel and lox cravings covered. Russ & Daughters offers nationwide shipping, Brooklyn delivery (Manhattan coming soon!), and pre-order pickups at their 179 E Houston St store (call (212) 475-4880 Monday to Friday, from 4 to 9 p.m.). Find all ordering info here.

From spices and hot sauces to bake-at-home mixes (including Sylvia’s famous fried chicken), the Queen of Soul Food is offering her signature brand of feel-good cooking. Order Sylvia’s range of products here.