Tarry Market
Port Chester, NY
Italian Specialties from Mario & Joe

Babbo 2002 Best Chef in New York City


James Beard Foundation

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The next best thing to having Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich in your kitchen is having their artisan Italian specialties shipped to your door. Mario and Joe have been the force behind a series of critically acclaimed Italian restaurants including Babbo and Del Posto, the only 4-star Italian restaurant in New York City, and more recently Eataly—the ultra-ambitious Italian marketplace with locations in New York, Chicago, Rome, Istanbul, Sao Paolo and Munich—that they run along with Joe’s mom, the famous Italian chef, Lidia Bastianich. Batali & Bastianich opened a retail market just north of New York City in 2010 so they could offer their authentic Italian and Italian-American specialties to an even wider audience. There they bake fresh bread in a massive state-of-the-art oven housed inside 12” concrete walls, make fresh pasta, sausage, pizza dough and other Italian specialties daily.

About The Food

At Tarry Market, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich leverage their relationships with artisans in Italy to bring products that you can’t otherwise find stateside. From chocolates and cured meats to the flour used in pasta dough, these Italian imports are the building blocks of Batali's restaurant dishes. And it’s what makes them superlative. The craftsmen who take these ingredients— imported flour, just-picked basil, Heritage meat— and transform them into the offerings at Tarry Market cut their teeth in the kitchens of Batali’s restaurants.

Meet The Owners

Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich are the distinctive forces behind an eclectic group of critically acclaimed, unanimously adored restaurants in New York, Las Vegas, California, Connecticut, Hong Kong and Singapore. Their roster includes Babbo Ristorante & Enoteca, Bar Jamón, Casa Mono, Del Posto, ESCA, Lupa Osteria Romana, Otto Enoteca & Pizzeria and Tarry Lodge; B&B Ristorante, Carnevino, and Otto Enoteca & Pizzeria in Las Vegas; and Pizzeria Mozza and Osteria Mozza in Los Angeles in collaboration with Nancy Silverton.

Mario is a Seattle bred, New York-based, multiple James Beard award-winning chef and restaurateur, cookbook author, and larger-than-life television personality. He trained in restaurants in Italy and returned to the US to build a restaurant empire. His partner, Joe Bastianich grew up working in his family’s Italian restaurants. After studying finance and spending a year on Wall Street, Bastianich traveled to Italy then returned to the US to open Becco with his mother, Lidia Bastianich, eventually partnering with Batali to open Babbo and Del Posto. In 2008 he and Batali were awarded the James Beard Foundation's Outstanding Restaurateur Award.


Babbo 2002 Best Chef in New York City


James Beard Foundation

Del Posto - 4 Stars! “A Modern Italian Master”


New York Times 2010

Tarry Market Best of Westchester


Westchester Magazine

Tarry Market “a giant glittering gift."


New York Times

Babbo “Arias From the Kitchen As the Dining Room Rocks”


3 stars, New York Times 2004

Shipping Days

At FoodyDirect we are doing everything we can to drive down shipping costs for our customers, including offering Low Flat-Rate Shipping.

$ 9.95 Flat-Rate Shipping - Gift Boxes ship nationwide for $9.95.
For perishable food: if your shipping address is reachable from Tarry Market via UPS Ground service within 1 day, you will be presented with the low shipping rate of $ 9.95 upon checkout.
$ 39.95 Flat-Rate Shipping - For perishable food: if your shipping address is beyond 1-day ground reach, you will be presented with a flat rate of $ 39.95 for Next Day Air Saver upon checkout.

*Please note that the flat rates above will be applied per shipping box. You will be presented with the actual shipping rate before making your purchase.

Saturday delivery may be available for an additional charge. Service to Alaska is available from Batali & Bastianich. Service to Hawaii and outside the U.S. currently not available.

Orders are shipped Tuesday through Friday, except holidays. Orders placed by 3PM (ET) can be shipped the following day. The max allowable transit time for all products is 1 day. Perishable items cannot be shipped over a weekend and cannot be delivered on Sunday or Monday.

Weather and unforeseen circumstances can delay your shipment. We strongly recommend that you schedule your order to arrive at least 1 business day before your desired usage date to allow for any delays.

Shipping Options

The following shipping options are available depending upon the delivery date selected and reflect the max allowable transit time of one day for perishable food:

Ground Shipping (1 Day) - If a customer’s shipping address is reachable via UPS Ground service within 1 day, they will be presented with $9.95 Flat-Rate Shipping upon checkout (Gift Boxes ship nationwide for $9.95). Orders will be delivered via UPS Ground service on or before the selected arrival date, between 9:00 AM and 8:00 PM to residences, and between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM to businesses.

UPS Next Day Air Saver - Your package will be delivered by the end of the next business day after it has been shipped. Delivery time can vary based on area, but can be as late as 8:00 p.m. to residences and 5:00 p.m. to businesses. The flat-rate for Next Day Air Saver is $39.95.

UPS Next Day Air (AM Delivery) - Your package will be delivered the next morning after it has shipped, by 12 Noon to most addresses. The flat rate for Next Day Air is $44.95.

Saturday Delivery - Saturday delivery is available via UPS Next Day Air service for an additional charge of $20 per package (for a total of $64.95). Deliveries are made between 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM, depending upon delivery address.
Once your order has shipped, you will receive a ship notification email with a tracking number for each package in your order. When your order has been delivered, you will also receive a delivery notification email.

For complete shipping details we encourage you to visit our General Shipping and Packaging Information page.

Packaging & Delivery

All food from Tarry Market are shipped in extra thick recyclable foam containers with sufficient coolant to assure it arrives in excellent condition within the max allowable transit time of 1 day. Gift Boxes contain only shelf-stable products and can ship nationwide via Ground service.

All orders are shipped signature release. This means UPS will leave the package at the doorstep, front desk or gate associated with the shipping address without requiring a signature upon delivery. It is the customer's responsibility to ensure that the contents of the package are stored in a freezer or refrigerator promptly after delivery. FoodyDirect cannot be responsible for orders with incomplete or invalid addresses, or that are sent to recipients who are not available to store the contents of the order on the day of arrival. Fedex cannot deliver to a P.O. box.

Storage & Care

All fresh pasta should be stored in your freezer upon arrival, all other items should be stored in your refrigerator and consumed within 3 days of the delivery date. Pastas should remain frozen until boiling.


To stretch pizza dough: Remove dough from refrigerator. Let sit out at room temp for 15 minutes. Lightly flour a 9 x 13” baking sheet, place dough on sheet and gently stretch the edges. Do not stretch from the center, this will cause tearing.
Prep:: Preheat oven to 450°F. Stretch pizza as per instructions. Gently spread sauce on top of pizza (about ¼ C.) Top with mozzarella, and other desired toppings. Bake pizza on the middle rack for 8-10 minutes, depending on your desired crispness.

Fresh Pasta

Care: Do Not Defrost Pasta. Cook from frozen. Cook: Cook pasta for 3-5 minutes in boiling salted water. Toss with your favorite sauce and top with grated cheese.


Prep: Preheat oven to 400°F. Place sausages on a baking sheet and cook for 8-10 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 160°F. Let rest for 3-5 minutes before serving. Slice sausage and mix with peppers or serve whole.

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Prep: Preheat oven to 325° F. Place meatballs in oven and heat through, about 20 minutes. Or, microwave on high for 3 minutes (covered), or until hot. Cook spaghetti for 3-4 minutes in boiling salted water. Heat marinara sauce in a large pan. Strain pasta and toss with sauce. Serve with meatballs, grated parmigiano and warm focaccia.


Prep: Preheat oven to 350°F. Remove cover. Place tray on the middle or top rack. Bake for 20-30 minutes, or until hot in the center. Lasagna should be bubbly around the edges. Alternatively, microwave for 5 minutes or until hot.

Eggplant Parmigiano

Prep: Preheat oven to 350°F. Remove cover. Place tray on the middle or top rack. Bake for 20-30 minutes, until eggplant is hot and bubbly. Alternatively, microwave for 5 minutes or until hot.


Prep: Heat oven to 375°F. Place focaccia on a baking sheet and crisp until hot, 5-8 minutes.