A grocery store is like a carnival midway—it offers shelves and shelves of goodies guarded by employees who hope you don’t knock down any stacks of bottles. Step right up to this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Fresh Meat and Deli Fare
Fresh meats include housemade sausages ($2.99+/lb.), and freshly ground beef ($3.49+/lb.). Deli includes Boar’s Head meats and cheeses ($3.29+ per ½ lb.), home-made Italian Beef ($10.49/lb.), and fresh, house-made salads.
Prisco's Fine Foods
When Prisco's Fine Foods opened in 1926, there were no shopping carts rattling down its aisles; the store was housed in the first floor of Tony and Mary Prisco's home, where they won over customers with humor and personal attention while peddling produce. Today, the store has moved into a modern location, but continues to specialize in Italian cuisine and fresh produce. An array of olive oils, herbs, and tomato products is available from both domestic and overseas sources. The store's staff also makes pastas, sauces, and pizzas in-house, providing materials for easily assembled family dinners or at-home Double Dare competitions. Butchers prepare fresh meat that is cut or ground on the premises and never cryogenically preserved. They expertly slice up Aurora Angus beef, Seaboard all natural pork, and Amish chicken, as well as over 30 kinds of housemade sausage, including italian sausage and bratwurst.
What some people are buzzing about:
96% of 1,620 customers recommend
“Very competitive prices and selection for a small shop. Excellent customer service. It felt good to support a small, family owned business.”
“Love support the locals at Prisco's. Fantastic meat, and a nice craft beer selection too”
“Great selection of fresh meats and we have a plan to go back for their pizza crusts and fixings for a pizza party in a week or so. Very nice store and helpful people....”
“Great selection of fresh meats and we have a plan to go back for their pizza crusts and fixings for a pizza party in a week or so. Very nice store and helpful people. We will definitely be back.”