Every nook and cranny is stuffed with some sort of sauce, root, dried fruit or cooking device. A gem in New York City and heaven for those inspired gourmet cooks. Kalustyan's is the place to go for all your cooking needs, no matter how esoteric or specialised. They have a huge range of spices and condiments, and by no means are they limited to Indian-style items--they have everything. VISIT SITE
Cute little Guatemalan store with a lot of authentic Guatemalan groceries, ingredients and baked goods. Very small and the aisles feel a bit cramped, but they try to make the most of their space. Friendly people working the store.
Karen, drapes Guatemalan and Honduran flags outside from the awning along with a Mexican one. Their groceries and food are geared towards the latter. They advertise all their Mexican fare in the windows and also feature pupusas, the most famous item from El Salvador. They make baleadas, a Honduran specialty that is not too abundant in the city.
Inside it's part Mexican grocery, part restaurant with a few small tables to sit at. This Mexican food spot is very authentic, the place seems to be family owned and operated. The staff is friendly and nice. It does provide the opportunity to try different Mexican dishes. You can also find some classic Mexican groceries including sodas and spicy lollipops!
This spot serves as a little store, with Mexican merchandise including tortillas, beans, chiles and Mexican sodas. Check out the salsas and the hot sauces, the dried chillies for cooking, and the Mexican Hot Chocolate which comes in hexagonal boxes. An authentic selection of Mexican grocery items. VISIT SITE
You will find everything you need here to make an authentic Mexican dinner. Tortillas, frijoles, queso blanco, cilantro and lots and lots of Goya products. This place is a godsend and has virtually everything you would need to create a true mexican feast.
This is the 'IT' mexican grocery store where you can get all your basics and then some. Sauces, peppers, chorizo, tomatillos, cactus, corn husks, random baked good, scary technicolor candies are all there. They even sell mexican dvds in the back and Jarritos drink in grapefruit flavor.
You will find every thing you need here- from rare fruits and spices to Caribbean sauces and Asian noodles... the selections range from Latino (mexican, puerto rican, dominican, venezuelan, etc.) to Haitian and generic American groceries.