Marky’s Caviar is a vertically integrated 36-year-old specialty retail and caviar business based in Florida, that has opened its first brick-and-mortar Manhattan location — just blocks away from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The New York City location of Marky’s, located on 1067 Madison Avenue (at 81st Street), features a retail gourmet storefront as well as an adjoining caviar bar experience, HUSO.

Offering the world’s first-ever “farm-to-spoon” caviar concept, Marky’s serves the freshest caviar within days of harvest delivered directly from its own U.S. aquafarm; signature caviar flights will highlight domestically-raised, but purebred, Russian and Siberian Osetra, Sterlet and Sevruga. In addition to its own American caviar, Marky’s will also offer fine, sustainable and high-quality caviar from around the world with traditional caviar service and premium, international flights. By the fall of 2019, Marky’s will also be the only cafe in New York and the U.S. to offer purebred beluga caviar via its own aquafarm.


 In 2001, Mark Zaslavsky decided to open Sturgeon Aquafarms in Bascom, Florida. Importing Sturgeon species from the Caspian Sea before it was banned from the U.S. in 2005. Making Sturgeon Aquafarms the only legal farm in the U.S to raise sturgeon species, most importantly, Beluga.  Its main goal is to provide a sustainable habitat for the Sturgeon to thrive.  It was built atop a Floridian aquifer which provides a consistent 19ºC / 66.2ºF  water temperature, long periods of sunlight, drinking grade water, free of pollutants, disease and an area free of natural predators. Also, allowing scientists from around the world an opportunity to observe and study an endangered species.