Specialty Food Magazine

Summer 2019

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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Milos Wine Bar Quiet and elegant, this comfortable fifth- floor bar with table seating offers approxi- mately 100 types of Greek wines along with a small plates menu. When you're finished sipping, head up through the interior stair- case to full-service Mediterranean restaurant Estiatorio Milos. The two operate as a duo. Peach Mart Inspired by Asian convenience stores and the quirky food items inside them, Peach Mart is an instant hit in Hudson Yards. The market stall–size space (another from David Chang/Momofuku) offers pack- aged snacks like spicy pork BBQ chips and instant Raman noodle cups. Behind a small counter, Peach Mart staffers hawk omelets made from kimbap (similar to Japanese sushi rolls), white bread sandwiches, and the creative dessert "stuffing cake," among other offerings on the rotating menu. Prices are on the less expensive side, from $2 to $10 dollars. (Read more on p. 43) Shake Shack Crowd-pleasing burgers, fries, hot dogs, and shakes from Danny Meyer. DRINKS Bar Stanley at Neiman Marcus Wine, beer, and "mixologist-curated" spe- cialty cocktails in a handsome setting, Bar Stanley is open for lunch, drinks, and din- ner. The small yet eclectic menu features a club sandwich, tacos, and a Texas BBQ Burger. (Bar Stanley is an homage to Stanley Marcus, store co-founder.) The Drug Store This colorful, selfie-friendly shop sells $10 bottles of functional wellness beverages from Dirty Lemon. There are no cashiers or self-checkout stations; customers select the drink they want, text the company their order, and take off—while the brand charg- es their credit card. COFFEE AND DESSERT Blue Bottle Coffee This popular roaster chain offers various coffee drinks made with premium beans from around the world. Bluestone Lane An Australian import with locations around New York and other U.S. cities that's known for its coffee drinks and healthy menu offerings. Bouchon Bakery This French bakery from Thomas Keller is exactly what you need when you want to sit down and enjoy an espresso, macaroon, and other pastries. Cooks & Merchants at Neiman Marcus The department store's grab-and-go counter, Cooks & Merchants offers Irving Farm cof- fee drinks and baked goods delivered daily from City Bakery, plus soups, sandwiches, and salads. A wine, champagne, and locally produced craft beer menu is also available. Dylan's Candy Bar Launched on the Upper East Side in 2001, the Hudson Yards location stocks chocolate and candy to satisfy all sweet tooths. Jack's Stir Brew Coffee A New York City-based premium coffee and vegan bakery mini-chain that focuses on fair trade and fostering a sense of community. Kith Treats at Snark Park The Snark Park is Hudson Yards' second floor "multifaceted exhibition space." It fea- tures art exhibits and installations along with a retail counter and this blended ice cream and cereal bar. Lil-Lac Chocolates This New York chocolatier was founded in 1923, and the Hudson Yards store brings old-school chocolate-making and culinary history to a 21st century shopping space. Teak Tearoom at The Conservatory The concept at Teak is to immerse a quiet, minimalist tearoom inside a space that also sells select clothing items, furnishes, and art. The 7,000-square-foot store offers a curated list of teas plus light fare. Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Launched in 2008 from an ice cream truck in Brooklyn, this artisanal maker is already a New York institution thanks to its home- made classic and vegan flavors. William Greenberg Desserts This kosher dessert spot is still making black and white cookies and other baked sweets from family recipes circa the 1940s. 34 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE specialtyfood.com store tour PHOTOS: ESTHER CRAIN Esther Crain is a NYC-based freelance writer.

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