The Petrossian Boutique has just opened for table service for breakfast, lunch or a quick bite anytime. Located at 911 7th Avenue, steps from Central Park the shop features Petrossian’s renowned caviar, foie gras, and smoked fish.
Petrossian has been a landmark in New York City for over three decades. Every dish is crafted with care and each new visit reveals unique tastes and inspired pairings.
With their collection of luxurious gifts or sophisticated delights for your next event, now you can enjoy an elegant meal.
In 1920, brothers Melkoum and Mouchegh Petrossian came to Paris and began a legendary love affair between caviar and the City of Light. One hundred years later, their first boutique still thrives on Boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg. Petrossian caviar is now enjoyed across the globe and is widely recognized as the world’s finest expression of this enigmatic egg.
Originally from Armenia, the Petrossian Brothers brought their ancestral knowledge and a commitment to craftsmanship, which had been honed on the banks of the Caspian Sea for centuries. Quickly branching into smoked fish and other fine foods, the brothers continued to apply their passion, rigorous standards and a few trade secrets to the art of caviar.
From that single boutique, Petrossian caviar grew into a global sensation. Today, the family owns and operates restaurants and boutiques in Paris, New York City, Florida and Los Angeles.
Armen Petrossian, son of Mouchegh, currently presides over the company with the help of his sons, Alexandre and Mikel. Alexandre was at the event demonstrating the new menu.
Delicious champagne courtesy of La Caravelle was also on hand.