This West Village eatery in New York City caters to diners looking for New England coastal favorites like lobster knuckles and lobster pot pie. No visit would be complete without feasting on one of Mary's divine lobster rolls.
Food Network's Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay heads to Koryodang Bakery, a bakery serving authentic Korean breads and pastries in New York City's Koreatown.
Bobby's love of seafood takes him straight to the experts. Located right in the famed Grand Central Terminal, this market has become synonymous with gourmet, artisanal eats. Stop by for fresh shellfish, mussels, or a variety of fresh produce and prepared salads.
Bobby’s grocery list of Asian ingredients takes him to Sunrise Mart in SoHo. The market offers a treasure trove of popular Japanese produce and sauces. Bobby picked up sesame oil for “flavor,” as well as soy sauce, sake and even some sweets. Japanese movies and magazines can also be found here.
For more than 100 years, Faicco's Pork Store has been a New York institution. Bobby notes, "You can feel the passion behind the product." In addition to expert cuts of pork, Faicco's outdoes itself with homemade rice balls and its Italian Special sub sandwich stuffed with choice meats.
Often seen in the Union Square Greenmarket, Bread Alone has been selling New Yorkers (including Bobby) organic breads and pastries since 1983. Bobby swung by their stall for some pizza dough, but you can also find a variety of multigrain baguettes, sourdough loaves and buttery brioches.
This well-known specialty food shop has all the fixings for a gourmet meal at home: fresh pastas, prime meats, seafood and imported cheeses. Don't feel like cooking? Choose from prepared Italian dishes, lobsters and rotisserie chickens that can be dressed up with any of the house-made sauces.
Bobby's trip to Kum Gang San was a Boy Meets Grill first because this is where you can grill Korean barbecue at the table. Be it thinly sliced boneless rib-eye steak (Bul Go Ki) or jumbo shrimp (Sae Woo Gui), Bobby says, "It's about sharing and it's just fun."
Bobby loves picking up lobster from this Chelsea Market spot. In addition to lobster, it also sells 650 varieties of live, fresh and frozen seafood throughout the year. For a quick and delicious seafood-filled meal, try their lobster rolls, oysters on the half-shell, or some of the handmade sushi.
On Food Network's Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay prepares an urban picnic with groceries from Tops On the Waterfront in Brooklyn, NY.
Bobby Flay visits Benihana, a Japanese hibachi grill with tableside cooking in New York, NY, on Food Network's Boy Meets Grill.
The Little Pie Company once fit in owner Arnold Wilkerson's apartment. But demand grew, and now they're serving thousands of New Yorkers their famous Sour Cream Apple Walnut and the über-chocolatey Mississippi Mud Pie. Indulge in classics like Cherry Pie and, of course, New York Cheesecake.
Looking for a quick bite to eat in the middle of Times Square? Head to Times Deli Cafe. Bobby stopped by for breakfast to order a New York-style egg sandwich. You can order a classic bacon, egg and cheese sandwich, or follow Bobby's lead and have sausage instead of bacon.
On Food Network's Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay shops at Titan Foods, the largest retail Greek specialty store in Astoria, NY, and North America.
Bobby’s hankering for Cuban food takes him across the river to Jersey City’s Hardgrove Cafe. The “very simply prepared” cuisine here includes such scrumptious Cuban staples as Ropa Vieja, Lechon Asado and Mofongo. For a sweet treat, try the customer favorite: finger-lickin’-good fried plantains.