Here's How To Buy Groceries from Michelin-Starred Restaurant Suppliers


The high quality wholesale food business, that supplies top hotels andrestaurants like Le Bernardin, suddenly went from doing upwards of 350 deliveries a day to the city’s top restaurants and hotels to around 20 per day. So now they are open for home deliveries. Here are a few:

Here are wholesale purveyors now selling directly to the public:

Pierless Fish Corp: Sunset Park wholesaler Pierless Fish, based out of the Brooklyn Wholesale Meat Market, is selling a wide range of fish. There’s a $40 minimum, but it offers next day delivery in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and parts of Queens.

Happy Valley Meat Co:Working with top NYC restaurants like Frenchette and Golden Diner, this meat purveyor is now selling to customers throughout the city with contactless next day delivery.

Natoora: This international produce purveyor with an outpost in Bushwick and clients like Per Se is delivering to Manhattan and Brooklyn with a $6 fee.

Chef Collective:Though there’s a $100 minimum to ship to Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan, this fine foods purveyor is selling a wide range of imported and domestic cheeses, cured meats, eggs, vegetables, and more.

Baldor Food: There’s a $250 minimum, but with that comes a massive selection of groceries that are home delivered the following day.

F. Rozzo and Sons: The high-end fish supplier is selling scallops, shrimp, red snapper, tilefish, and other types of seafood out of its retail shop in Chelsea, at 159 9th Avenue, between West 19th and West 20th streets. The selection changes daily. There is no regular online shop, but the supplier islisted on Goldbelly, where customers can find bulk packages of fish available to ship across the U.S.

Piccinini Brothers: The meat supplier that counts Daniel Boulud, Dan Barber’s Blue Hill, and Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group as clients is now running an online shop with selections of beef, chicken, pork, and lamb available. There’s a $50 minimum for orders.

Farm One: Microgreens, herbs, and edible flowers are all available for contactless pickup or delivery from this indoor vertical farm based in Manhattan that sells to restaurants like Eleven Madison Park and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. The company is also launching a weekly home delivery subscription package and the option to buy seedlings for home gardens.

D’Artagnan: Shop from an extensive selection of meats, foie gras, caviar, mushrooms, and truffles at this legacy gourmet food supplier, available to ship across the U.S. The company is currently running a 20 percent discount on Easter meats and eggs.

Regalis: Fancy foods purveyor Regalis is selling truffles, caviar, and more for delivery with orders shipping Monday through Thursday.

Produce and other groceries

Natoora: This international produce purveyor with an outpost in Bushwick and clients like Per Se is delivering to Manhattan and Brooklyn with a $6 fee.

Farm One: Microgreens, herbs, and edible flowers are all available for contactless pickup or delivery from this indoor vertical farm based in Manhattan that sells to restaurants like Eleven Madison Park and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. The company is also launching a weekly home delivery subscription package and the option to buy seedlings for home gardens.

Chef Collective:Though there’s a $100 minimum to ship to Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan, this fine foods purveyor is selling a wide range of imported and domestic cheeses, cured meats, eggs, vegetables, and more.

Baldor Food: There’s a $250 minimum, but with that comes a massive selection of groceries that are home delivered the following day.

Norwich Meadows Farm: The well-known produce supplier — clients include Gramercy Tavern, Hearth, and Estela — has started offering home delivery to customers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Meat specialists

Happy Valley Meat Co:Working with top NYC restaurants like Frenchette and Golden Diner, this meat purveyor is now selling to customers throughout the city with contactless two day delivery and a 5lb minimum.

Piccinini Brothers: The meat supplier that counts Daniel Boulud, Dan Barber’s Blue Hill, and Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group as clients is now running an online shop with selections of beef, chicken, pork, and lamb available. There’s a $50 minimum for orders.

Fossil Farms: This New Jersey-based wholesaler specializes in supplying game and exotic meats to restaurants including Momofuku, Charlie Bird, Legacy Records, and ABC Kitchen. The retail shop offers a wide range of meat, including bison, elk, boar, and pheasant, for shipping across the country via UPS. They’re in the process of repurposing their fleet of wholesale trucks to make local deliveries.

D’Artagnan: Shop from an extensive selection of meats, foie gras, caviar, mushrooms, and truffles at this legacy gourmet food supplier, available to ship across the U.S. The company is currently running a 20 percent discount on Easter meats and eggs.

Seafood specialists

Pierless Fish Corp: Sunset Park wholesaler Pierless Fish, based out of the Brooklyn Wholesale Meat Market, is selling a wide range of fish. There’s a $40 minimum, but it offers next day delivery in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and parts of Queens.

F. Rozzo and Sons: The high-end fish supplier is selling scallops, shrimp, red snapper, tilefish, and other types of seafood out of its retail shop in Chelsea, at 159 9th Avenue, between West 19th and West 20th streets. The selection changes daily. There is no regular online shop, but the supplier islisted on Goldbelly, where customers can find bulk packages of fish available to ship across the U.S.

Aqua Best: This family-run seafood purveyor has been in business since the 1980s, supplying to restaurants such as Le Bernardin and chefs like Bill Telepan, but recently, Aqua Best started a more consumer-focused business at Essex Market, with a sister restaurant calledEssex Pearl. Everything from salmon and scallops to caviar and razor clams isavailableon its website. Delivery is available in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey, as is nationwide shipping.

FultonFishMarket.com: The online supplier for Manhattan’s historic Fulton Fish Market offers tuna, halibut, salmon, and more for home delivery. Orders over $125 ship for free.

Blue Ribbon Fish: This Bronx-basedfish wholesalerhas been family-run and owned since 1931, and it’s now offering salmon, shrimp, and other seafoodthrough a platform called Pepper. Order minimum is $100, and itdeliversto all five boroughs, plus New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester, and parts of Connecticut.

Greenpoint Fish & Lobster: This popular, sustainably-minded Greenpoint seafood restaurant and retailer also supplies to restaurants such as Cervo’s and Eleven Madison Park. It is now delivering raw shrimp, salmon, squid, and more throughout the city.