Houston Village Farm Deli Cafe and Grocery.

at 61 First Avenue, 4th Street,, New York, 10003 United States

This place is technically a bodega, convenience store, etc but their food selection is really great.

Houston Village Farm Deli Cafe and Grocery.
61 First Avenue, 4th Street,
New York , NY 10003
United States
Contact Phone
P: (212) 475-8048


Houston Village Farm and Grocery and Deli is a Family Owned and Operated Deli Grocery, Convenience Store. We provide quality Food, Food products to customers within estimated delivery time and convenience of ordering online via our website: houstonvillagefarm.com and phone. It is a combination Of Organic & Conventional Groceries, Fresh Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables, Salads & Fresh Squeezed Juices, Dairy Products, over 300 kinds of Domestic & Imported Beers, Frozen food Items, Ice Creams, Variety of Beverages & Soda. In addition to that we serve Delicious food starting from the morning breakfast till mid-night with multiple cuisine option.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 07:00- 00:00
  • Tuesdays: 07:00- 00:00
  • Wednesdays: 07:00- 00:00
  • Thursdays: 07:00- 02:00
  • Fridays: 07:00- 02:00
  • Saturdays: 07:00- 02:00
  • Sundays: 07:00- 00:00


Price category
$$ (10-30)

Company Rating

53 Facebook users were in Houston Village Farm Deli Cafe and Grocery.. It's a 8 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Food/grocery category in New York, New York

125 FB users likes Houston Village Farm Deli Cafe and Grocery., set it to 10 position in Likes Rating for New York, New York in Food/grocery category

From: D mulkins <mulbd@yahoo.com> Date: June 23, 2013, 3:13:22 AM GMT+02:00 To: David Mulkins <mulbd@yahoo.com> Subject: Emergency Fund to aid bodega worker hurt by drunken driver in EV... Dear Bowery Neighbors & Friends, Below are details re an emergency fund set for the bodega worker critically injured this week when a drunken driver racing down 2nd ave at 80 miles an hour careened onto the side walk mowing down a tree, Muni Meter, fire hydrant, and flower stand, injuring a biker and 3 bodega employees, most seriously 62-year-old Mohammed Akash Ali, who worked 7-days-a-week outside at the flower stand. The well-liked, always friendly Mr. Ali has a wife and 3 sons. Any support you can help out with will be greatly appreciated by all. Direct link to fund: "Aid for Akkas Ali and Family": https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/mvk2/aidforakkasaliandfamily Many thanks to CB3 member Chad Marlowe who moved with lightning speed to set up the fund. Thanks also to neighbors Bill Koenlein and David McReynolds who got the word out so quickly. EV Grieve article about the fund effort: http://evgrieve.com/2013/06/campaign-launched-to-raise-money-for.html EV Grieve initial article about the incident: http://evgrieve.com/2013/06/report-car-smashes-into-east-village.html East Villager article about the crash: http://thevillager.com/2013/06/20/drag-racing-driver-careens-onto-sidewalk-injuring-4/ Sincerely, David Mulkins, Chair Bowery Alliance of Neighbors 184 Bowery, #4 New York, NY 10012

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