Groceries & Markets in Hollywood


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  • Gino's Market
    In 1954, Gino's Italian Market's founder, Anthony Paparella, moved from the teeming fisheries of Bari to Hoboken, New Jersey, where he married a fellow Italian and worked as a builder for nearly 20 years. After retiring to South Florida in '73, Paparella brought a taste of his homeland stateside by opening a bustling bazaar filled with fresh produce, succulent meats, and sweet desserts. The market's commitment to tradition and family can be found in all of its business practices, from its catered feasts of traditional baked pastas and rib roasts, to e-mail correspondences from the resident Nonna that contain expert advice on party planning, recipes, and optimal angles for cheek-pinching. Shoppers consult Nonna Anna and handy recipe guides to concoct rich sauces and tasty entrees from the store's bountiful selection of cheese, wine, ripe tomatoes, and imported Italian goods. In addition to rounding out dinner plates with house-made prosciutto bread, fresh chicken, and juicy cuts of beef, Gino's graces weddings, desserts, and banquets with custom cakes and pastries.
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    5729 Johnson St.
    Hollywood, FL US
  • Seminole Hard Rock Wine and Food Festival
    The Seminole Hard Rock Wine & Food Festival is a new tradition—it started in 2010—but its creators hope to make it a lasting part of South Florida foodie culture. Amidst cuisine from renowned local eateries such as Tatu and Council Oak, guests can relax in several different lounges, from a spa area for women to a men's lounge with a big screen TV. The Caribbean lounge surrounds festival goers with assorted rums and tropical rubs, all cooked up by Chef Creole. Sponsors include NBC 6, Lite-FM, and the Miami Herald, and a portion of the profits will benefit the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation.
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    1 Seminole Way
    Hollywood, FL US
  • Penn Dutch Food center
    Every morning, the butchers at Penn Dutch Food Center arrive to cut up meats and make their signature items from scratch, including cold cuts, sausages, and hot dogs. Lots of hot dogs. In fact, Penn Dutch estimates that, if placed end to end, the number of hot dogs they make in a single year could stretch all the way from Miami to Orlando and feed the entire Hall of Presidents. Though they're labeled as all-beef, the main ingredient in Penn Dutch's hot dogs is more than three decades of experience. The family-owned-and-operated business first opened its doors in 1975 (a second location opened in 2004). Since those early days, the butchers have made names for themselves through a well-curated (and hand-cut) selection of poultry, pork, lamb, veal, and beef. They also use their own smokehouses for smoked meats, rather than relying on neighbors' chimneys, and they regularly bring in hard-to-find items such as beef sweetbreads. Away from the butcher counter, Penn Dutch Food Center also sells fresh seafood, bakery, deli and fruits & veggies ?including seasonal varieties such as cactus pears.
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    3950 N 28th Ter.
    Hollywood, FL US
  • Yellow Green Farmers Market
    Out of all the items to appear at Yellow Green Farmers Market week after week, the most important might be the roof overhead. It allows the market to remain open year-round, even on days when it pours or when passing planes need to jettison excess peanuts. Under that roof, more than 300 booths fill a 100,000-square-foot space, inviting visitors to browse row upon row of fresh, seasonal foods and artisanal goods crafted by local artists. The selection from one week to the next might include fresh produce, dairy, wine, and baked goods alongside non-edible items, such as clothing, jewelry, and home decorations. There are also kid-friendly activities, including ceramic painting and balloon art.
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    1940 North 30th Road
    Hollywood, FL US
  • Ginger Bay Cafe
    The aromas of spice-rubbed meats, curries, and simmering coconut milk mingle in Ginger Bay Cafe's dining room, giving visitors a taste of the tropics as soon as they enter. These vibrantly complex scents only grow stronger when orders arrive, such as plates of curried-chicken spring rolls with pineapple-ginger chutney, creole lobster, or jerk chicken with a secret blend of spices. Inside the dining room, mottled orange and yellow walls evoke the look of an ocean sunset or really cool geometry book. The restaurant comes alive at night as live jazz bands and dance parties with reggae, R&B, and Caribbean soca rhythms echo throughout the space.
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    1908 Hollywood Blvd.
    Hollywood, FL US
  • Doris Italian Market and Bakery
    Doris Italian Market and Bakery's fresh deli offerings attract lunchtime visitors looking for a simple sandwich or salad. Looking for low-fat, gluten-free meal options? Look no further at Doris Italian Market and Bakery. Don't get stuck waiting for a table — the restaurant accepts reservations. Doris Italian Market and Bakery prides itself in its delicious catering. Street parking is the only parking option close to Doris Italian Market and Bakery. Prices at Doris Italian Market and Bakery typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
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    2424 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood, FL US

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