Pezzello Brothers Fruit & Produce, rife with fresh fruits, crisp vegetables, and a diverse selection of cheeses, cultivates a healthy spread of eats along with a familial staff of knowledgeable personnel. Juicy bits of banana ($.59/lb.), tomatoes ($.99/lb.), or native green and yellow squash ($.89/lb.) can garnish salads or act as a rapt audience during kitchen performances of Titus. Jumbo white eggs ($1.79/lb.) provide the ideal foundation for omelets and the edible suns of a solar system panorama; quarts of half-and-half ($1.89) add creamy strokes to cups of joe. Sandwich stackers can load hoagies and subs with the sharp pungency of several cheeses, including italian, provolone, and imported pecorino romano ($6.99/lb.). Slice a two-pound log of goat cheese ($15.99) into cracker-topping squares, or dig into a three-pound tub of mozzarella balls ($14.99) for bite-size appetizers or afternoon snacks.
The Bridge Market serves up classic American fare, including deli wraps, soups. and wood-fired pizza. Customers can dress their pizzas with red or white sauce and a variety of Italian-inspired toppings. Homemade meatball and tuna salad are some of the hot and cold grinder choices, and a priced-per-pound salad bar allows customers to create their own meals and finally figure out how much a solitary crouton weighs. On Friday, the scent of seafood fills the air from fried fish 'n' chips to fish sandwiches.
The café at Landmark Natural Foods & Cafe is nestled between aisles of fresh, organic produce, spices, and canned goods. Each item at the café is also 100% organic from the breakfast burritos served in multigrain wraps to vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free tomato basil soup.
Head to Coffee's Country Market for a steaming cup of joe.
Coffee's Country Market is a jackpot for those looking for low-fat and gluten-free meal options.
The bar at Coffee's Country Market is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful weather during your meal at Coffee's Country Market.
Keep it casual at Coffee's Country Market — the coffee shop is laid-back and patrons dress accordingly.
For the tastes of Coffee's Country Market from the comfort of your next party, the coffee shop also offers catering services.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Coffee's Country Market.
Score! Coffee's Country Market provides free parking to all diners in the lot next door.
Chow down for less at Coffee's Country Market, where a meal almost always costs under $15.
For a quick and easy payment solution at Coffee's Country Market, pay by major credit card.
Coffee's Country Market dishes up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by for your favorite meal.
For more than 15 years, the specialists at The Spice Mill has blended and packaged fresh spices right in their warehouse. Their handiwork ranges from whole bay leaves to allspice and Cajun seasoning, a mix of flavors including paprika, thyme, cumin, and garlic.
At Curds & Whey, gourmet gurus who specialize in hard-to-find European cheeses lead guests through artisanal and imported treats, dishing out samples in the ivory-hued tasting room. Aged manchego ($24/lb.) and vintage gouda ($17.50) complete wine-pairing parties or dairy sculptures of King George, and splashes of olive oil infused with sun-dried tomato, parmesan, and garlic ($18) accent favorite Italian dishes. For a tangy taste, vinegars such as the traditional 18-year-old balsamic ($18) pour over salads. An assortment of crackers ($5.95–$8.95) and fresh breads ($4–$6.50) delivered daily wait eagerly to host sumptuous toppings, and holiday shoppers can purchase wooden boxes stuffed with an assortment of cheeses for their best friends or favorite mirror reflections.