Groceries & Markets in Brooklyn Park


Seafood Salad and Seafood for Pick-Up or Delivery at Dave's Gourmet Foods (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available

Dave's Gourmet Foods Corporation

Randallstown

Sofi Award winning gourmet market delivers chef-created, gourmet seafood meals, including half- or one-pound of seafood salad

$30 $15

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$46 for Six Bottles of Wine at DCWineGuy.com ($92 Value)

DCWineGuy.com

DCWineGuy.com

Collection includes Sauvingon Blanc, Tempranillo, Malbec, and Rose, including a Wine Enthusiast Best Buy

$92 $46

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12 Bottles of Sicilian Red or Spanish White Wine, or 6 Bottles of Each at Potomac Wines and Spirits (49% Off)

Potomac Wines and Spirits

Potomac Wine and Spirits

A medium-bodied red that combines fruity notes with hints of Mediterranean herbs and a Spanish version of sauvignon blanc

$107.88 $55

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$54 for a You Pick Case of 12 Wine Bottles at Sheffield Wine & Liquors Shoppe ($107.88 Value)

Sheffield Wine & Liquors Shoppe

Chevy Chase

Make your own case of wine with a dozen bottles, including varietals like cabernet, merlot, and verdejo

$107.88 $54

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$48 for Six Bottles of French Wine at MacArthur Beverages ($96 Value)

MacArthur Beverages

MacArthur Beverages

Get 2 bottles of 2012 Cotes du Rhone Domaine Mourchon, 2012 Cotes du Rhone Reserve Grand Veneur, and 2013 Grenache Syrah Mas Guiot

$96 $48

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$89 for Six Bottles of Spanish Red Wine at Imperial Liquors ($180 Value)

Imperial Liquors

Dupont Circle

Boutique liquor shop packs six bottles of a Spanish red with a 90+ score from Wine Advocate that has notes of woodsmoke, spice, and cherry

$180 $89

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$9 for $16 Worth of Spices and Teas at The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown

The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown

Georgetown

Cooking apothecary houses shelves of gourmet spices, cooking herbs, naturally flavored salts, infused sugars, and loose-leaf teas

$16 $9

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$20 or $40 Gift Card for Tea and Treats at SiTea: Teas & Treats (Up to 48% Off)

SiTea: Teas & Treats

SiTea: Teas and Eats

Full-leaf teas and hand blends make tasty and healthy drinks to wash down baked goods and desserts

$20 $11

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The skilled confectioners at Mary Sue Candies have been quelling the cries of Maryland’s sweet teeth with handmade, preservative-free treats since 1948. For starters, feast on strips of almond bark ($15.50 for 16 oz.) harvested from the nation’s oldest bonbon forests, or let teeth saw through the nutty crust of a pecan nougat log ($2.49 for 3 oz.) to free the nougaty nature-spirits imprisoned inside. Alternately, the handmade salt water taffy ($4.99 for 16 oz.) whisks tongues away on a sugar-laced seaside sojourn, while a 16-ounce box of nuts and chews chocolates ($15.90) lets mouths practice athletic jawrobics on Mary Sue’s most popular caramels and clusters.
1786 Union Avenue
Baltimore,
MD
US
Baltimore City Paper named Santoni's the Best Grocery Store in the metropolitan area for good reason. A local staple since the 1930s, Santoni's is proud of its old-school roots and personal service. The friendly staff acts as one big family, either because they are blood related or because they are brothers and sisters in ritual kiwi juggling. Open 24 hours a day, Santoni's is the perfect place to catch the sunrise over a neatly kept stack of navel oranges.
3800 E Lombard St
Baltimore,
MD
US
Neopol's smokery counter has taken on a functionally industrial aesthetic, a rustic, old-world look, thanks in large part to the russet red smoker that stands in plain view. Owners Barbara Lahnstein and son Dorian Brown's focus is on beautiful presentation and incorporating as many fresh, local, all-natural, and never-canned-from-leftover-space-missions ingredients in her dishes. During the week, stop by before heading to a Super Bowl replay party and choose from the plentiful lunch menu (though they're open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day but Sunday, on which they close at 5 p.m.), which has more options than a chimney has chimney sweeps trapped inside. On the lunch menu, the salmon BLT ($9.95 whole, $5.50 half) consists of freshly smoked salmon, free-range bacon, tomato, and field greens with honey dijon dressing, all draped lovingly on sunflower-flaxseed bread. If seafood isn't your cup of sportsdrink, try the pork loin sandwich ($9 whole, $5 half), an organic and local slice of cherrywood-smoked meat crowned with fresh goat cheese, house-made tomato jam, red onions, and field greens, or the vegetarian sampling ($9.00), a variety show plate of smoked hummus, tofu, olives, and seasonal vegetables.
529 E Belvedere Ave
Baltimore,
MD
US
Fall in love at Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace — this gem serves tasty Italian fare in a romantic setting. Dieters beware — Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace does not offer low-fat cuisine. Complement you meal with a beer or wine from Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace delightful drink menu. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace just as much as their parents do. Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace is come-as-you-are. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. You can also serve food from Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace at your next party — the restaurant offers catering. You can leave your car curbside with nearby street parking. Dining at Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace will set you back about $30 per person on average. Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
3700 Gough St
Baltimore,
MD
US
In the kitchen of Cozy Cafe, cooks marinate chicken breasts in natural spices, craft spicy penne pasta to order, and pan sear southern-style turkey chops. After fully formed dishes pass through the kitchen doors, they travel to wooden tables or lounge-style seating in the restaurant’s dining area, which is brightened by a red accent wall and a flat-screen TV. Patrons can browse the Internet with their laptops or Atari 2600s, using complimentary WiFi while dining on Negril stew chicken and Caribbean-style tofu seasoned with island spices. On the first and third Sunday evening of every month, an open-mic night provides a showcase for musicians, comedians, and poets. Patrons can browse the Internet with their laptops or Atari 2600s, using complimentary WiFi while dining on Negril stew chicken and Caribbean-style tofu seasoned with island spices. On Sunday evening, an open-mic night provides a showcase for musicians, comedians, and poets.
2526 Washington Blvd
Baltimore,
MD
US
Nick’s first opened in 1972— a thriving seafood business in the Crab Cake Capitol of the World! (Fun Fact: Their chef was on Bobby Flay’s cooking show teaching him how to make a truly Maryland Crab Cake!). If it comes out of the ocean—they’ve got it. Nick’s serves a variety of steamed, fried, baked, and raw seafood. They even make their own sushi at Nick’s sushi bar! All of the ingredients in these dishes are as fresh and local as possible in order to maintain their highly-rated reputation. Stop in to enjoy fresh oysters at Nick’s oyster bar, and enjoy a beer and a look around the market!
1065 S Charles St
Baltimore,
MD
US
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