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Business Description
Epicure Market is a branch company of Jerry s Famous Deli. With a unique mix of food, atmosphere and service, the Jerry's Famous Deli family is one of the stands out in the American restaurant landscape. After owner Ike Starkman opened its flagship location in 1978 in Studio City, Calif., Jerry's began to establish a reputation as the quintessential delicatessen. The company s services include everything from the menu that features more than 600 traditional deli and dining favorites to the delivery and catering services. Capitalizing on its prominent location near major television and film studios, the original Jerry's developed a customer base of residents and local employees, in addition to being popular with tourists. Since its establishment, Jerry's has opened nearly 10 stores throughout Southern California and South Florida. Headquartered in Studio City, Jerry s Famous Deli is a privately owned company that employs nearly 1,500 people. In addition, Epicure Market is located in Miami where it employs nearly 150 people.
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Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (305) 532-0453

Phone: (305) 672-0385

Primary Phone: (305) 672-0385

Phone: (305) 673-0459

Fax Number: (305) 532-0453

TollFree: (800) 232-3218

Payment method
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Neighborhood
City Center
AKA

Epicure Patisserie

Epicure Gourmet Market, Cafe & Event Planning

Epicure Market Inc

The Epicure Market

Hostess Pantry

Epicure Hostess Pantry

Categories
Grocery Stores, Food Products, Supermarkets & Super Stores, General Merchandise
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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sobespirit

03/01/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Highest priced market on South Beach, mediocre quality, many stale or expired items.

The prices are so high that even the rich are avoiding this market like the plague. I have watched in the last year prices rise over 200% on items across the board. It is clear that Epicure is trying to fix their loss of customers by raising prices on the ones that still shop there. A lose-lose proposition from a business standpoint. Every customer has their breaking point and Epicure is testing all of ours.


BAKERY - If you like 3-5 day old pastries and cakes come on in and drop down $4.50 for a soggy napolean or a mushy canoli


PRODUCE - You might as well just go to Publix because half of the produce items at Epicure are EXACTLY the same and are 300% more in price. A large Sunkist naval orange at Epicure costs $1.99 @ Publix you can get 4 for $2.00


DELI - If you enjoy dry and rubbery shrimp try Epicure's golden dipt shrimp. They will only set you back $3.50 per shrimp.


MEAT - You can get a very mediocre NY strip steak for $37.95 per pound. You might try kansas city steaks delivered to your door for less.


EXPIRATION DATES - Q: Why doesn't Epicure use expiration dates? A: So you don't really know how old something is.


On their soups and cooked food items they use a very rudimentary code... basically if you read from left to right it goes.. WEEK DAY YEAR so this week monday would be 9th week 2nd day 08year.


With all of the options today, nobody should be paying these highly inflated prices for such mediocre products.

alabasterfreak

11/06/2007

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Overall
Incredibly overpriced

This store is beautiful, I have to admit I was very impressed when I walked in the door. And the packaging is lovely. But unless you plan to eat the packaging rather than the contents, I highly suggest you check out one of the grocery stores listed below. Very few things here are unique, and they can be found at MUCH better prices at 'ethnic' grocers around town. For example- $6 for a tiny can of tabbouleh? $7 for garam masala? Are you kidding me? And the employees are very nice but with the exception of the meat section they don't know what the products are. For the cost of one ingredient of a dish you might eat the entire meal at a restaurant. Why not try:

PUBLIX- yes they have tabbouleh and garam masala!!

DHAKA BAZAAR or SONALI BANGLA in north miami beach- indian pakistan and bengali food. The owners are happy to assist you and tell you how to use a product.

misegundohogar

11/06/2007

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Overall
Unimpressed and Underwhelmed

I agree with the other reviewers that this place is overpriced. I would also like to make an alternative suggestion. Try Daily Bread in Pinecrest. They have a store with fresh herbs and spices, sweets, cookbooks, interesting antique looking things like hoookahs and a restaurant where they serve Syrian, Lebanese, Greek, Turkish, Israeli and other great cuisine for cheap. They are very knowledgeable about the things they sell.

hgiordan

12/21/2005

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Overall
Gift Baskets Unavailable

I, too, am from out of town and tried calling to place an order for a gift basket. I was told that the store does not take orders over the phone and that I would need to come into the store if I wanted to buy a basket. I was very disappointed.

kmillar

01/03/2003

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Overall
Gifts Giving Goodies

Called from out of town for 3 large holiday gift baskets. The service was great - the gifts were beautiful. Thanks!

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