Details - Information last confirmed on May 12, 2021
Well known, iconic nearly 100-year-old family owned and operated Italian butcher shop and deli, with a loyal clientele who have shopped at this store for decades.
Beautiful Full Building Property Also Owned By Seller And Will Consider Selling It With The Business For An Additional $6 Million (Negotiable).
Throughout its history, this business has been family owned and operated, since it opened in 1922.
The store is now owned and operated by the grandsons of the founder and is ready for a new owner to take this valuable legacy to new heights!
The store sells a variety of high-quality fresh meats (lamb, veal, beef), chicken, cheeses, pork, sausage (12 varieties), and deli style heroes served on amazing fresh baked bread. The store also offers an extensive prepared foods menu, and a catering menu for meetings, parties and events. Freshly made on the premises are: mozzarella, pepperoni, salami, soppressata (best in NY), and rice balls (best in NY).
The store’s offerings have been featured in numerous publications and TV shows, including Bobby Flay’s “Boy Meets Grill”, The Rachel Ray Show, and Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations”, to name a few. If you visit the store at the right time, you may be lucky enough to see some of the celebrity patrons.
Included in the sale of this business will be the well-known name of this nearly 100-year-old business, and the recipes which have made this business iconic.
To maintain the success of this business, the owner(s) should be “hands-on”, know the recipes, have an outgoing personality and be customer obsessed.
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