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Garden of Eden, the local chain of gourmet stores started out as an indoor farmer's market on third avenue, but it has expanded to carry a wide selection of gourmet food. In addition to the market fresh fruits and vegetables, there is fresh fish, meat, cheese and poultry available at various counters around the store. There is also a salad bar and a huge counter dedicated to prepared foods like lobster tails and rotisserie chicken. Around the various counters, they have gourmet packaged food including coffee, candy, cookies and sauces.Â
If you're a fan of cakes and sweets, do plan on heading over to the amazing Lee Lee's Rugelach. This NYC bakery is known to serve some of the finest rugelach available. Along with a friendly service, their delicacies are extremely tasty and yummy. Along with a caramelized bottom, you will experience a buttery flavor when you bite into it. You can ask for it in three varieties – chocolate, cinnamon and apricot. They are extremely popular, so do drop by as quickly as possible!
When you're looking to purchase fresh seafood and you happen to be strolling along Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, Randazzo's Seafood is where you should visit. With the freshest variety of fish, crustaceans, clams and other seafood, it has long been known as this neighborhood's purveyor of seafood. Also available here are a variety of exotic items such as sepia, branzino, dorado, anchovy and Spanish mackerel that are imported from the Mediterranean.
If you have a sweet tooth, then do not miss out on authentic Italian confectioneries at Morrone Pastry Shop & Café on Arthur Avenue, Bronx. Savor the delicious mini cannoli, éclair, and tiramisu or choose from their other baked goods like cookies and crunchy biscotti. On a hot New York day, Morrone’s iced coffee will bring you a much-needed relief from the heat. You can enjoy your confectionaries at the small bakery itself on the limited tables set up in the store.
If you wish to cook something authentically Italian then a trip to the Arthur Avenue Market in the Bronx is highly recommended. The store will impress you with their vast isles of olive barrels, fresh meats, vegetables and fruits. In fact, a stroll around the grocery store is like a walk through Italy's regions and all of their delicious glory. Try something from the on-site deli, like the panini, cheese platters, pastas and more. Don't forget to take a bag full of goodies to experiment with your own Italian dishes at home.
When on Arthur Avenue in Bronx, stop by Cosenza's Fish Market for your supply of seafood. Not only can you pick up fishes, scallops, and shrimps at a pocket friendly price, but also enjoy a variety of fresh Oysters at their raw bar set up outside the store on the sidewalk. Their delicious oyster will lure you back to this Italian seafood market every time you’re are in the area next.