162 W 23rd St, New York, NY | Directions 1001140.743817 -73.995001
Monday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Chelsea, Midtown
NIGHTMARE MARKET!!! BEWARE!!! – 12/19/2010 after 9pm
The Manager discriminates against non-whites.
His attitude is rude, inappropriate, and outwardly hostile towards non-whites.
Apparently the latest generation of late 20s, early 30s Italian born immigrants are about as open minded as Mussolini Himself.
Better not to support such racist establishments.
And the fish and meats aren't fresh, which is why they're not selling.
Plenty of other Gourmet Markets available with better prices.
WARNING TO BUISNESSES – I ORDERED ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH OF FOOD FOR IMPORTANT CLIENTS.
THE FOOD AND DRINKS ARRIVES. NO PAPER PLATES, NO FORKS OR KNIVES OR NAPKINS.
WHEN I CALL TO COMPLAIN THEY HAD A BAD ATTITUDE AND SAID I NEEDED TO ASK FOR IT AND PAY EXTRA. TERRIBLE BUISNESS AND BAD ATTITUDES. STAY AWAY!
Great gourmet grocery store – I live right down the street and pretty much shop there every week. I find the produce to be cheaper and better then Whole Foods most of the time and they have an excellent selection of cheeses, olives, and organic everything.
not fresh – I can't believe it. The cheese I got has mold on it. It seems like they have been spoiled for a while and nobody noticed it! I didn't look while I was in the store since I trusted it. After that I couldn't eat anything from the place and I threw away the whole package, even the samlon slices I got. Bad memory kills all the appetite!
Great "shop" – I cant bring myself to call the Garden of Eden a "store". It is much more then that. The food is great and what variety! I LOVE the bread, it is the ONLY place I get my sourdough.
Cant say enough and not too expensive.
A truly amazing array of some of the best gourmet foodstuffs in the city. – The Scene
This meticulously clean and densely packed gourmet food store is a model of organization. Everything has its designated place, and despite the close quarters, navigation is relatively easy. Garden of Eden attracts both foodies from all over and neighborhood types who've stopped in to pick the very wise brains of the men and women in white coats who work here.
As you walk in you pass the bakery; next comes the homemade bread area, featuring 20 different kinds of fresh bread. There's a smoked fish section, a cured meats area, a fresh seafood corner, an unbelievable cheese selection, wraps and sushi to go--even Cheerios. Try the food lines from famous chefs--Bobby Flay, Lidia Bastianch, Vong and Emeril to name a few.
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