Delta Sonic Car Wash renews tarnished transportation with an innovative touchless car-wash system that automatically guides vehicles through a tunnel of high-pressure sprays and overhead buffing cloths. The hands-free wash massages mild lotions into paint jobs, leaving vehicles with sparkling, fingerprint-free finishes that are backed by a five-day guarantee. Detailing technicians do get their hands dirty as they make use of more than 100 hours of training to dote on vehicle interiors and exteriors with products from ValuGard, Aquapel, and Blue Coral. The team wields AOCA certification know-how when injecting engines with oil and devising rustproofing treatments that avoid drilling holes or covering corrosion in zit cream.
Marion Street Cheese Market stocks its shelves with locally produced foodstuffs and craft beers, pairing the two to populate seasonal menus available in its café. Like water on pavement or water on a statue of a bathrobe, cheese finds its way into every nook of executive chef Leonard Hollander’s tastings for two. Previous menus have commenced with nearby Seymour Dairy’s culinary handiwork such as baby spinach leaves cushioning a smattering of plump dried cherries, crumbled blue cheese, and toasted walnuts beneath a drizzle of white-balsamic vinaigrette. Second courses have included an entree that stills stomach squalls with a choice of dinner bedazzlements—veggies or meat—atop a creamy maelstrom of elbow pasta and cheese. Craft beers from local breweries such as Two Brothers, Three Floyds, and Metropolitan chaperone each bite’s journey toward epicurean hunger lairs, and dessert might parachute onto savory-sweet tongue beaches with a velvety triple-crème cheese—flanked by local preserves, honey, and marcona almonds.
Since 1981, the fully stocked Riversides Foods has flung open its doors to throngs of customers and striving to provide them with exceptional service in their search of delectable fresh and frozen groceries. Union meat cutters at the in-house deli slice tender meats such as beef, pork, lamb, veal, and poultry sourced from locally owned vendors, whereas thirst is slaked with a cascade of boutique wines and spirits, whether it be a sauvignon blanc from New Zealand or an Argentine malbec. Flaky pastries, fresh breads, and cakes circulate their toasty aromas throughout the bakery, much to the delight of hungry cartoon characters prowling the store. Diners can stroll to the produce section to pluck from kaleidoscopic bushels of kosher, certified-organic, and locally grown fruits and veggies courtesy of Indianapolis Fruit Company, with whom Riverside Foods has a bountiful partnership.:m]]
Behind the small red brick storefront of Tonini's Italian Market, owners Dave and Taresa Goldman carry on the Italian cooking traditions that Dave followed years ago at the beloved––and now closed––D'Andreas Italian Market. These traditions include hand crafting four styles of italian sausage, sauces, pastas, and rustic breads each day. Though, Dave and Teresa are perhaps best known for their lean meatballs, which have garnered praise from local TV show Chicago's Best as well as the international grandmother syndicate. They fashion their many artisan specialties into a range of hot and cold Italian sandwiches, as well as deli salads ranging from piquant italian pasta to greek olive.
To compliment their homestyle cooking, they keep the store stocked with specialty groceries from Italy so customers can continue the tradition at home. Shelves brim with imported cheeses, canned tomatoes, and a gallery of olive oils, as well as colorfully painted ceramic plates and mugs.
Named one of the area's top Italian markets by the Chicago Sun-Times, Nottoli & Son evokes decades-old Italian family recipes with take-away meals and fresh, homemade sausage. A quartet of prepared meals satisfies a family of diners with items such as baked mostaccioli, cheese ravioli, and succulent chunks of beef pot roast backed by a chorus of chopped carrots, celery, onions, and a Simon & Garfunkel mixtape. Nottoli's party pans slake 8–10 people with signature sausage, pot roast, roast beef, or meatballs in easily transportable, reheatable aluminum trays ($21.99–$35.99/entree). Ten to 30 sandwich connoisseurs dote on 20- to 60-piece mini-sub trays with meat and vegetarian fillings, and a three-foot party sandwich feeds several simultaneously or marks the yardage during backyard football tryouts.
This full-service butcher shop and French market stocks its shelves with fine organic and artisanal goods. Grass-fed beef arrives in everything from burger-ready ground pounds ($4.95) to tenderloin cuts ($27.99 per pound), and free-range Amish chickens are available whole ($2.99 per pound), tasting like chicken, or in boneless, skinless breast fillets ($4.99 per pound). Eco-conscious pescatarians can enjoy sustainable seafood such as Atlantic salmon ($10.99 per pound) and Canadian whitefish ($7.99 per pound), and completely vegetarian gourmands can benefit from shelves of epicurean butters, fresh breads, organic produce, fragrant flowers, vibrant seasonings, and more. Groupon customers are invited to attend the grand opening celebration of Amano Boucherie on Saturday, February 19, from 11 a.m.—4 p.m.
Our mission is to be the fines ethnic grocery store in the hearts and minds of our clients, employees, distributions and neighbors. We always try to surpass our clients expectations ! As a result in our stores you will find items not found in other stores.