From coffee beans and frozen dumplings to bottled cocktails and produce boxes, restaurants all over the city are offering pantry items and meal kits for delivery or pick-up. Here are the latest places to open up mini markets and wine stores. Not only will you get delicious food, but you’ll also be helping to support local restaurants when they need you most.
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After closing their patio for the winter, Tannat in Inwood is now selling groceries and wine from Wednesday through Saturday. You can only shop by appointment (which means you’ll be the only person in the store). Make a reservation and check out their inventory of cheese, smoked fish, and natural wine here.
Rolo’s, a restaurant in Ridgewood that opened this week, has a full market section of their shop where you can buy things like homemade sauces, fresh pasta, and chili crisp. They also sell meats butchered in house, wine, and cocktails, as well as a menu of takeout and delivery food available all day. Rolo’s is open from 11am to 9pm Wednesday through Sunday.
Very good news for Prospect Lefferts Gardens residents seeking bagels: Mo’s Original has started to sell homemade sourdough bagels and bagel sandwiches Thursday through Sunday. You can also stop by their market every day from noon until 10pm to pick up things like Kewpie mayo, coffee beans, and fancy mustard.
If you’re looking for a heated patio in Noho, The Smile on Bond Street has comfortable outdoor seating out front, but they also started selling wine and other winter groceries from their store from 10am to 4pm from Wednesday through Sunday.
Santa Panza is one of our favorite places for a date in Bushwick. Now, in addition to outdoor seating in their backyard, they’re selling groceries, wine, hard-to-find beer, and other imported Italian goods so you can make your own date night dinner at home. Stop by their pantry store from 5-10pm every day.