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Murray's Sturgeon Shop

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Murray's Sturgeon Shop is an appetizing store[1] and neighborhood fixture in Manhattan's Upper West Side. It is located on Broadway between 89th Street and 90th Street.

The shop was founded by Murray Bernstein in 1945.[2] A few years later, his brother, Sam, became a co-owner.[2] The Bernsteins were born in Poland and immigrated to New York in the 1930s to escape anti-semitism.[2]

The store specializes in smoked fish, especially sturgeon, and caviar.[2][3] In 1964, the New York Times described it as "one of the busiest places on Broadway" and praised its products as "first quality".[3] The store ships their fish all over the world, and in 1980 Murray's appetizers were being sold at the Neiman Marcus Epicure Shop in White Plains, New York.[4]

Show business personalities Sammy Cahn and Zero Mostel were regulars at the shop.[5]

In 1974, the shop was sold to restaurateur Artie Culter in turn who sold it to Ira Goller in 1990.[6]

Sam Bernstein died in 1977 and Murray Bernstein died in 2000.[2][5]

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See also


  1. ^ Glaser, Milton (1968-07-22). A Gentile's Guide to Jewish Food Part 1:The Appetizing Store. New York.
  2. ^ a b c d e Martin, Douglas (23 February 2000). "Murray Bernstein, West Side Sturgeon King, Dies at 87". New York Times. Retrieved 2 December 2012.
  3. ^ a b Claiborne, Craig (10 March 1964). "Food News: Smoked Fish Delicacies". New York Times. Retrieved December 2, 2012.
  4. ^ Fabricant, Florence (6 September 1980). "...Together With the Taste of New York; Chill at $5 a Pound". New York Times. Retrieved 2 December 2012.
  5. ^ a b "Sam Bernstein, Founder of Murray's, the Store Specializing in Sturgeon". New York Times. 18 May 1977. Retrieved 2 December 2012.
  6. ^ "MURRAY'S STURGEON SHOP, Upper West Side". Forgotten New York. July 3, 2014. Retrieved 2019-11-29.

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