WOODBURY, N.Y. -- Customers can barely get through the doors at the new Sutton Place Gourmet here before someone tries to feed them. Just to shop, customers must traverse a gauntlet of scones with lemon curd, guacamole corn chips, grilled teriyaki beef, sourdough bread, oil-cured olives and blueberry pound cake, to name a few offerings. The noshing opportunities seem endless. Not only do samplers roam the aisles and departments offer plates of frequently changing samples; if customers ...

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