Check Out These International Food Markets Near Your Sagamore Apartment

Many of us haven’t stepped on an airplane or gone on our usual international getaways in a very long time. However, as any foodie knows, there’s another way to help fulfill your wanderlust – by cooking up meals inspired by your favorite destinations.

The Upper West Side is an amazing multicultural area and the many international food markets in the area reflect that, offering cuisine from everywhere from China to Cuba. Check out these markets so you can find all the ingredients you need to create a meal from around the world right at home in your Sagamore apartment.

Dainobu, located at 36 W 56th St, New York which is 15 minutes from your Sagamore apartment, is a compact Japanese market selling imported goods as well as grab-and-go prepared meal boxes and sushi.

Dainobu carries about 3,000 items including fresh vegetables, meats, Japanese fish, Japanese medicine and household goods as well as a variety of Japanese sweets, snacks, Bento boxes and deli foods which are made fresh every day. Immerse yourself in Japan’s food culture at Dainobu!

El Tepeyac Food Market, located at 1621A Lexington Ave, New York which is ten minutes from your Sagamore apartment, is a grocer specializing in Mexican and Latin American items, plus produce and a large selection of beer.

The food market is named after the borough of El Tepeyac in Mexico City. According to the Catholic tradition, it is the site where Saint Juan Diego met the Virgin of Guadalupe, the Aztec goddess of the earth, corn and fertility. At the food market, they combine traditional preparations with local ingredients for dishes that are authentic to both their Mexican origins and the New York setting.

Dainobu

36 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019

(212) 707-8525

El Tepeyac Food Market

1621A Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10029

(212) 987-8364

These Upper West Side Restaurants Are Serving Easter Brunch

After a long winter, Easter is finally right around the corner on April 4, making for the perfect holiday to enjoy the newfound warmer weather and also savor a scrumptious brunch of roasted ham, French toast, omelets, carrot cake and more.

Want to give yourself a break after a long season of cooking three meals a day in your Sagamore kitchen? Head to these top-notch restaurants for a memorable Easter meal made by the experts.

Bar Boulud, located at 1900 Broadway, New York which is nine minutes from your Sagamore apartment, offers relaxed Parisian-style dining by Chef Daniel Boulud with standout charcuterie and wines.

Daniel Boulud, a native of Lyon, France, is today considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities and one of the most revered French chefs in New York, the city he has called home since 1982. In his restaurant, you’ll find the warm welcome the chef is renowned for, combined with traces of the soulfully satisfying traditional cooking he grew up with on his family’s Rhône Valley farm.

The Ribbon, located at 20 W 72nd St, New York which is five minutes from your Sagamore apartment, serves American cooking, a raw bar and creative cocktails in polished surrounds with retro touches.

If you’re looking for a taste of old New York, then the Ribbon should be your destination this Easter. On the holiday, they’ll offer spit-roasted meats, seafood and an exclusive Easter dish of seared sea scallops with pea purée, oyster mushrooms, and prosciutto brown butter.

Bar Boulud

1900 Broadway, New York, NY 10023

(212) 595-0303

The Ribbon

20 W 72nd St, New York, NY 10023

(212) 944-2474