Scroll down to see all of the deals we’ll have available, and we hope you’ll join us for the festivities on opening day, Wednesday, May 16th. Our doors open at 342 Flatbush Avenue at 11AM—see you there!
This recipe for bright and delicious refrigerator pickles is the perfect way to highlight the best of the season’s produce, and our technique eliminates the need for processing the preserves without steamers, special jars, or vacuum-sealed lids.
In this installment of Our Market Picks we showcase lovely spring produce, from a whole rainbow assortment of radishes to fiddlehead ferns and ramps, plus we’ve put together a list of what’s delicious and new at our stores, including a spectacular American-made prosciutto, an award-winning new cheese, and unbelievably good coconut-based desserts.
These lamb loin chops are first dusted with quatre épices (a special four-spice blend) and then pan-roasted on the stovetop. They’re earthy, full of flavor, and quick to cook, and they go beautifully with a simple salad of shaved Brussels sprouts tossed with a lively, herb-spiked dressing.
Choose from our selection of beautiful centerpieces at our Butcher counter. We’ve got everything from classic spiral-cut ham and boneless smoked ham to leg of lamb rack of lamb. To place order in advance, just call or stop by your nearest Union Market.
Our Butcher counter has a wide selection of delicious centerpiece options for you to choose from, all of which are humanely raised, antibiotic-free and free of added hormones. Scroll down to see our selection of fresh meat, and to place an order in advance, just call or stop by your nearest Union Market.
And for those of you who love the classics, we also have our housemade corned beef and cabbage, as well as 100% grass-fed and finished corned beef brisket available at our butcher counter. Some other favorites that we’ll have on hand include 1 year aged grass-fed Irish cheddar (currently on special for $2.00 off per lb) and Kerrygold butter—perfect on top of a warm slice of our Irish soda bread from Tom Cat Bakery right here in Long Island City.
They have a smoky flavor from crisp bits of fried smoked bacon and a little spark of heat from a dash of mustard powder. They’re delicious all on their own, but we recommend serving them alongside soup or salad.
One of our favorite winter recipes combines the warm, comforting appeal of braised endive with the exhilarating zing and lively colors of blood orange and fresh herbs. It all comes together to make a dish so good it’ll almost make you wish winter lasted all year long.
Between local blooms from Dutch Petals to sweet treats from Mast Brothers, Lake Champlain Chocolates, and New York City’s own Nunu and Jacques Torres, as well as our own housemade dark chocolate-dipped long-stem strawberries, we’ve got you covered in the romantic gifts department.