Suprema Provisions Is Essentially a Teeny-Tiny Eataly

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The selection of Italian cured meats includes mortadella, prosciutto di Parma, porchetta, speck, and finocchiona. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev

It’s long been challenging for restaurants, as opposed to clothing stores, to survive on Bleecker Street, but perhaps because newly opened Suprema Provisions has a retail component, it’ll fare better than August, Manatus, and Café Angelique. One-third of Suprema Provisions is a gourmet market, with cookbooks, fancy kitchen tools, and imported Italian ingredients; another third is a salumeria, with cheese and cured meats available to go; and there’s also a wine bar, complete with Italian-leaning snacks that could very well constitute a full-on meal.

There’s talent behind this project: Entrepreneur Stephen Werther, who’s leading the charge on the Bourdain Market, has partnered with sommelier Joshua Wesson. Take a look:

Celery agrodolce toast with burrata, bottarga, and black pepper. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Spanish sardines with Parmesan, herbs, and balsamic glaze. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Beet salad with herbs, yogurt, roasted garlic, and ricotta salata. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Beef tartare with capers, Parmesan, and horseradish. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Pear toast with Gorgonzola dolce, charred radicchio, and prosciutto. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Uni egg. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Burrata with gremolata, mozzarella di bufala with tomato and guanciale, and stracciatella with olive oil and black pepper. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
The home-goods section. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
Books and provisions. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
The bar. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
More seating. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev
The Bleecker Street signage. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev

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Suprema Provisions, 305 Bleecker St., 646.964.4994

Suprema Provisions Is a Teeny-Tiny Eataly