Épicerie Boulud

Chef Daniel Boulud's Classic Delicacies

Chef Daniel Boulud’s Épicerie Boulud is the eat-in and take-out store of your dreams. The French chef with multiple Michelin stars is known for using French technique and local American ingredients. The cuisine at his 15 international establishments is based on the rhythms of the season. Boulud’s cuisine enhances traditional recipes from his native France and provides an elevated, American spin.

We're not the only ones who love them!

One of the world's best chef/restaurateurs, Daniel Boulud now operates three locations of Épicerie Boulud—the café and to-go store which has been written about in The New York Times, New York Magazine, and many more publications. Boulud hails from a farm outside Lyon, France, where he took Anthony Bourdain in a well-loved episode of Parts Unknown. Best known for their artisanal breads, pastries and charcuterie, Épicerie Boulud brings pies to your table this holiday season for first time!

Épicerie Boulud

Chef Daniel Boulud's Classic Delicacies

Chef Daniel Boulud’s Épicerie Boulud is the eat-in and take-out store of your dreams. The French chef with multiple Michelin stars is known for using French technique and local American ingredients. The cuisine at his 15 international establishments is based on the rhythms of the season. Boulud’s cuisine enhances traditional recipes from his native France and provides an elevated, American spin.

We're not the only ones who love them!

One of the world's best chef/restaurateurs, Daniel Boulud now operates three locations of Épicerie Boulud—the café and to-go store which has been written about in The New York Times, New York Magazine, and many more publications. Boulud hails from a farm outside Lyon, France, where he took Anthony Bourdain in a well-loved episode of Parts Unknown. Best known for their artisanal breads, pastries and charcuterie, Épicerie Boulud brings pies to your table this holiday season for first time!