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Marky’s in Grand Central Market.Credit...Karsten Moran for The New York Times

Marky’s, the Florida-based caviar company that opened a boutique and a restaurant, Hūso, on the Upper East Side and a store in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, now has a well-stocked counter in Grand Central Market. It’s open daily to sell sturgeon roes, including beluga that the company farm-raises in Northern Florida, the only beluga legally permitted to be sold in the United States. In addition to fish roes ($25 to $830), it also carries smoked fish, foie gras, truffles, blini and other delicacies.

Marky’s Grand Central Market, 89 East 42nd Street, 954-937-8445,

Souce- The  New York Times