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Dec 21, 2012 04:48 PM

Caviar in NJ?

Just moved from Manhattan and miss Russ and Daughters. Anyone know where I could get my caviar fix from close to Madison?

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  1. Hi! You'll have to tell us where you moved to. New Jersey is about 200 miles across. Indeed, the part of the state you're located in will determine what kind of store is best for what you want.

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    1. re: BrianYarvin

      Um.. he did say... "close to Madison." :)

    2. Try Gary's Wine & Marketplace on Main St. in Madison. They have a really impressive cheese counter and a large gourmet foods area. I can't say for certain that they carry caviar, but I would be surprised if they didn't.

      1. Whole Foods usually has caviar, I've even seen it in Trader Joes! I've also bought some at the wine shop in Spring Lake.

        1. Kings Supermarkets also carries it, although you may have to special order it if it is not during the holiday season. (there is a Kings in both Chatham and Morristown, so which ever is closer to you in Madison)

          1. I was going to suggest Kings and Whole Foods as well...Gary's is a good bet, as is C'est Cheese on South Street in Morristown or the Summit Cheese Shop. If you want to take a slightly longer ride (Bridgewater), I'm sure Wegmans will have it as well.

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            1. re: Curlz

              I was just at Wegman's this afternoon and they had a number of caviar brands near the cheese department.

              1. re: HillJ

                Where is there a Wegman's near Madison?

                1. re: creamfinger

                  I was at the Wegman's in Marlboro. Here's a list of the NJ locations.


                  1. re: HillJ

                    Marlboro is quite a ways from Madison.

                    1. re: creamfinger

                      Sorry if I gave the impression that it was close, I was just confirming it was a source for caviar.