New York, New York – Brooklyn Fare Kitchen & Market, the company’s only Upper West Side location, opened at 75 West End Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets in the former Western Beef space last October. The 21,000-square-foot store was warmly received by members of the Lincoln Square community.
Serving as the fourth Brooklyn Fare location, this full-service grocery store is the company’s third in Manhattan. Said owner Moe Issa about the opening, “We are so excited to be a part of this vibrant neighborhood. There’s such a sense of community here and it’s our great pleasure to be of service to the residents of the Upper West Side.”
Known for its unrivaled selection of fresh produce, quality products, and everyday grocery items, Brooklyn Fare is a trusted name in the local grocery scene. Offering weekly deals, manager’s specials, an online blog covering food trends, store offerings, and new products, Brooklyn Fare also offers online shopping with free local delivery at BrooklynFare.com. Additionally, the grocer supports WIC, SNAP, and EBT programs.
About Brooklyn Fare
Founded in 2009 in Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn fare is the vision of Moe Issa, who was raised in the neighborhood and realized that there was a need for a quality grocer after driving a Pepsi truck route in the 1980’s and 90’s. With his commitment to bringing an outstanding selection at affordable prices to the community, Moe opened his first store at the corner of Schermerhorn and Hoyt Streets. In addition to groceries, the Brooklyn store also housed the celebrated tasting menu restaurant, Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, which became borough’s only Michelin three-star restaurant before it relocated to Manhattan in 2016.
Family owned and operated, Brooklyn Fare merges Moe’s vision of providing high quality foods with familiar products in a convenient and approachable shopping experience. The concept took hold, and he successfully opened his first Manhattan location at 431 West 47th Street in the Hudson Yards neighborhood followed by a second at 666 Greenwich Village in the historic Archive Building.
Brooklyn Fare – West End
Brandon Issa, Regional Manager
p. 212-216-9700 or c. 917-608-2722
75 West End Ave
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