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“Daniel Bouloud's take out.”
Review of Epicerie Boulud

Epicerie Boulud
Ranked #1,745 of 14,008 Restaurants in New York City
Price range: US$15 - US$30
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast
Dining style: Casual Dining
Neighbourhood: Upper West Side
Cross street: 64th Street
Transit: Columbus Circle and Lincoln Center subway stops are within blocks of the restaurant. Local Broadway bus lines stop directly in front of the restaurant.
Description: Opened in 2011 the flagship location of Chef Daniel's Épicerie Boulud is located on Manhattan's Upper West Side at Broadway and 64th Street. The eat-in/take-out market offers the chef's signature house-made charcuterie and a selection of artisanal cheeses, alongside home-made soups, salads, sandwiches, fresh baked breads, pastries and more. On the shelves you'll find house-made gourmet foods and a selection of condiments selected by Daniel and his chefs in their world travels. Daytime at the Epicerie starts with breakfast, followed by lunch, followed by irresistible gelati, pastry and coffee in the afternoon. In the evening, oysters, wines by the glass and a daily seasonal plat du jour making it a gathering place for Upper West Side neighbors and Lincoln Center theater goers alike.
Reviewed 17 June 2014

Great food, well prepared and nicely located. Prices are a little high but that's to be expected since it is part of the Boloud empire. Terrific for a casual bite. No seats so you have to eat standing at tables but this is a great place for what it serves. Great hot dogs.

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Reviewed 8 June 2014

They have great coffee (from Fonte in Seattle) and good cakes and pastries but they are a bit too pricey. The store is nicely set up though and has a good selection of foods.

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Reviewed 1 June 2014

Looked this place up online, thought would be a good place to pick up sandwiches and salad for a picnic. Ordered a breakfast sandwich, LOADs of smoky ham, egg, brie...plus also ordered a pork sandwich and greek salad with feta, which had a great fresh lemon dressing you could tell used fresh lemon juice. 2 sandwiches, a salad and iced coffee came out to about $25, which isn't the cheapest place around but food was good quality and fresh, beats saving $5 if i had gone to a corner deli. Just around the corner from subway exit near Lincoln Center as well as an entrance to Central Park (try the lawn at sheep meadow for good view), so great location.

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Thank fallen022
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Reviewed 28 May 2014 via mobile

We stopped here to buy a few things for romantic picnic in Central Park. We couldn't of found a better spot. I wanted smelly cheese and delectable pates and that's exactly what I found here. Try the truffled duck pate! Be warned...it's not cheap! But worth the price for a foodie like me!

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Thank MissWorldTravel
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Reviewed 13 April 2014

Nearly $13. for two Tiramisu Éclair and they were not even worth and average rating. Add that to the less than friendly counter girl, she was sharp with her answers, having a conversation with her co-worker giggling and so while completely distracted from the transaction. I am a firm believer in paying attention to the customer, greeting them AND saying thank you AND maybe even something else nice but maybe I just expect too much. Maybe I don't.

I have had other items here and they have been ok, nothing memorable and nothing I would go back for. Prices are too high for a subpar product. Better pastries can be found at Eric Kayser on Columbus Circle.

Counter people should start paying attention to the people paying money or visiting their shops. If your management needs help, then get it!

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Thank 154experttraveller
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