Marky’s is a little market on the west side of 79th Street Causeway where you can stock up on some very fancy things, like caviar that costs a month’s rent and a whole king crab for $275. But there are also plenty of items for more reasonable budgets, like imported Russian snacks, wild boar prosciutto, and ready-to-cook escargot. They have some deli sandwiches if you want to stop by for a quick lunch. It’s a fun place to browse and they also have a fish tank with live sturgeon.
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