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Amish Market, Turkish-Influenced Market, Cafe, and Catering in Several Manhattan Locations


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A couple blocks away from the Millenium Hilton and the 9/11 rebuild and memorial is a great market and cafe called the Amish Market. Why the name? No idea. It is really like a small Whole Foods. They have groceries and gourmet items and a huge hot bar, salad bar, dessert and pastry section, wood burning grill that makes pizzas and sandwiches, taco and burrito station, etc, etc. This is a great quick stop for breakfast or lunch, although they are open for dinner too. We grabbed a bunch of stuff off the hot and cold bars after a long long shopping spree at Century 21. Everything was fresh and nicely prepared, they had a great selection of drinks and desserts and a nice little area with tables to sit at. Anyway if you are staying nearby, this is a great little place to know about for a quick stop.

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07/20/12 - "6 Gourmet Markets Hit with Tax Fraud Charges" by Lisa Fickenscher on crainesnewyork.com

"The U.S. Attorney charged nine owners of six gourmet food markets in the city and suburbs operating as Zeytuna, Zeytinia, and The Amish Market with conspiring to hide $56 million dollars in sales from the Internal Revenue Service."

12/09/13 - "Owner of Gourmet Food Markets Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court to Five Years in Prison for Participating in Massive Tax Fraud Scheme that Concealed over $50 Million in Income from the IRS and for Witness Tampering" on justice.gov

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The Midtown East location (240 E 45th St.) is still good.  Here's a recent picture of their excellent pizza bread meatball sandwich.  Unfortunately, it's only available certain days, which is how I know that the steam table food bar and made-to-order subs are also both well above average.
 
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