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Epicerie Boulud

French Restaurant

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Epicerie Boulud84
sandwiches • pastry • bread • quiche

1900 Broadway
New York City, NY 10023, US
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  • Photo of Travel + Leisure
    2 years ago
    The flagship location of Daniel Boulud's patisserie sells housemade charcuterie, artisanal cheeses, and freshly baked breads and pastries, as well as a selection of sandwiches, salads, and other prepared foods.
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  • Photo of Remy Vidal
    3 years ago
    As good as it looks
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  • Photo of Helen Chung
    3 years ago
    Best kumamoto oysters in NYC!!!!!
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  • Photo of KuoYuan King
    3 years ago
    Kumamoto is the best!!
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  • Photo of Gael Greene
    3 years ago
    The two of us are already addicted to the merguez lamb sausage with harissa and mint at Épicerie Boulud before a movie.
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  • Photo of Serious Eats
    3 years ago
    If you happen to visit in January, seek out their rich, layered, frangipane-filled king cake (also known as galette de roi)—it's one of the best versions I've had. (And in December, splurge on a bouche de Noel.)
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  • Photo of Serious Eats
    4 years ago
    When fresh, the canelés are every bit as good as the best in the city, boasting a distinct rum and vanilla bouquet and a perfectly baked interior. Boulud's canelés are the most uniform of this group; each one is identical day in and day out.
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  • Photo of Raja H
    4 years ago
    Pricey pastries, for when you want to treat yourself to something nice
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  • Photo of HnossDesign
    4 months ago
    Mr. Daniel Boulud has sieged the corner on Broadway and 64th Street with three eateries, no less! Epicerie is a full service delicatessen with a great selection of specialty food items. I try to find excuses to make it on my route. The local vibe and serene atmosphere manage to draw me in. Lincoln Center pre-concert it’s pretty crowded, but you can always take-out and sit in the park across the street. And if you don’t feel like committing to a full-on sit down dinner at the waited tables outdoors, you can also sit in the bar or at the high tables outside with the same menu options. The food and wine are excellent, albeit a bit pricier than an average deli. It’s well warranted for the quality and freshness. The wine list is small and Daniel’s own chardonnay from Au Bon Climat, CA is certainly a standout. They have three rotating beers on draft if you’re not into exquisite wine :-) The Epicerie shares two restrooms with Boulud Sud, of which one was was broken when I was there two days ago, and there was a substantial wait. I really dislike bathroom lines.
  • Photo of Steven L
    5 months ago
    Epicerie Boulud is a nice stop for a French sandwich, pastry or a salad. Also available are coffees, etc. You can self-order at the counter and sit at a high table inside or get waiter service at one of the covered sidewalk tables outside. I had a great jambon beurre (ham and butter on a baguette)-very tasty. Must be the butter. A coffee and a cranberry scone topped it off. Glad I didn't add that salad, too. I was stuffed. This is a nice place to stop before of after a show at nearby Lincoln Center.
  • Photo of justkaijack
    5 months ago
    This being NYC, the choice for good take out food is plentiful. Epicerie Boulud had a good selection of sandwiches, salads and baked goods and I was most satisfied with my Salade Nicoise. Of course, the prices are high, but you are paying for expensive real estate, attractive displays and lots of labour. Recommend for a quick meal on the run that's not fast food.
  • Photo of bearfeet
    6 months ago
    The cubano was fresh, hot, and delicious. The club had a good flavor but was dry from sitting out. The flourless chocolate cookie was tasty.
  • Photo of Manuel A
    7 months ago
    I like the epicerie a lot. Every time we are walking close to it we stop to eat something. It could be some French cheese or fresh oysters. You can have some sandwiches too. They also have good wines to serve by glass. I strongly recommend it.
  • Photo of Riowinelover
    7 months ago
    Very good sandwiches, quiches, good wines by the glass, fast service, attentive staff. What else could you expect for lunch?
  • Photo of artandmusictraveller
    We enjoyed our dinner at the Epicerie Boulud. The sandwiches were tasty enough but not especially memorable, and the prices fair, but it isn't a relaxing atmosphere. It would perhaps be best on a pretty day to buy a picnic sandwiches to take it to nearby Central Park. The Plaza Food Hall can get a bit crowded and noisy. That detracts from dining enjoyment. We were lucky that it was relatively quiet on the night that we stopped by.
  • Photo of catsanddogs
    8 months ago
    Good selection of flavors,moderately priced, window service is convenient and fast. Flavors were fresh and creamy.
  • Photo of Bohdan P
    8 months ago
    What is all the fuss about? Had lunch at the Plaza Food Hall epicerie and was not impressed. The sandwiches are expensive and mediocre. The ham and cheese baguette was nothing special. The turkey club was forgettable. Considering the ridiculous prices, you can do much better at many local NYC delis.
  • Photo of Panathinaikos-13
    8 months ago
    This food hall is really interesting and a lot of people visit it and walk around it. The epicerie is the best cafe there for a stop and recharge. It is a self service restaurant/cafe but it offers a great variety of snacks and drinks. Quite nice for a stop afetr a long walk.
  • Photo of Jmpeters
    9 months ago
    Stopped in early morning for coffee and a pastry.. The food here is very good and a little high priced for the area.
  • Photo of Marty A
    9 months ago
    Kind of rude service. I suppose when you're the only place around and tourists and forced there, you can afford to be rude. As a New Yorker who is accustomed to abrupt, I understand that. There is a difference between abrupt but efficient just rude. These people were just rude.
  • Photo of ProudCat
    10 months ago
    The place looks very nice and modern inside, and has a great variety of dessert pastries, sandwiches, cheese plates, quiches, etc. They of course serve coffee and even have a wine bar! So far I've been there only once and really liked their quiche and a sandwich however their chili was blunt and so average... Also the raspberry chocolate croissant dough is great but it only had a tiny drop of chocolate inside so clearly cook didn't think every pastry deserves a fair amount ... Overall I'd come back to try their cheese/charcuterie platters with some wine and perhaps a different pastry :-) Forgot to mention, once we ordered everything and found a place to seat our food was served in like <5 min so I really appreciated virtually no wait time.
  • Photo of 73Dwight
    a year ago
    Perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Flaky croissants, timeless tortes, all beverages. We had four breakfasts and two lunches. The cuban sandwich is to die for.
  • Photo of dshendri
    a year ago
    It's hard to make a decision on what to get in here because there are so many choices. But all the reason to return! You can dine in or take it to go. Bakery case is filled with fantastic looking pastries. So many good sandwiches too. Definitely try it out! Real close to Central Park, so you could get food from here and walk over and find a quiet spot in the park to eat.
  • Photo of Janet1937
    a year ago
    I went to the Epicerie Boulud sandwich bar in the Oculus shopping mall at the World Trade Center subway terminal. The food was very good but the physical setting was not so good. The food really is at the highest level. I had a Merguez lamb sausage hot dog, which cost $9, essentially a very classy hot dog, worth the price. All the tables were occupied so I ate at the bar, where I did not feel welcome (because all I wanted to drink was tap water. An employee provided a glass of tap water, but I knew I was occupying valuable bar space.)
  • Photo of canter2u
    a year ago
    This is a great place to stop before or after Lincoln Center, or heading south from Central Park. The sandwiches, soups pastries are so fresh and flavorful! there is also an oyster bar, that is also a cheese and wine bar....such a refreshing place to grab something to eat and so many choices! quick preparation! Convenient location!
  • Photo of Anthony M
    a year ago
    If you want a coffee that is a cut above and you like freshly baked pastries, breakfast sandwiches in a cool, casual vibe...then this is a pretty good west side spot. Friendly service too!
  • Photo of Rehsinup19
    a year ago
    We came here for an after dinner light dessert after eating at the Smith and enjoyed the macaroons and nice coffee selections. We were impressed by the items we tried.
  • Photo of Shirley_md_memories
    It is lovely here and you will pay a higher than average price for food here but it's worth it. We tried their pastries and they we light and yummy

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