We carry a wide selection of Italian Gourmet products, Fresh pasta and Ready-made meals

Fresh Pasta

Our pasta selections may vary based on availability. These are what we  have available most of the time. Please call ahead if there is a  specific selection that you want. Click on the image for more information.

Ready made 'Heat-n-Serve'

Enjoy gourmet Italian food without paying restaurant prices. Our heat-n-serve dishes are made fresh daily. Available in different varieties and sizes. Party orders are available.  Click on the image for more information. 

Artisan Bread

We carry delicious, wholesome artisan breads from Tribeca Oven. The breads are all-natural and have no artificial colors or flavors, no preservatives or additives and no GMO ingredients.

Antipasti

Put together an antipasti plate for your guests from our selection of  deli olives and vegetables, to compliment any meal.

Cheese

We carry a selection of Imported cheeses as well as domestic gourmet cheese. We also carry fresh mozzarella.

Cured Italian Meats

We carry a selection of cured Italian meats, including cured meats from Claudios in  Philadelphia.

Desserts

Our cannolis are always fresh and only filled to order. We also have individually portioned tramisu, sfogliatelle, chocolate and lemon cakes.

Wine

We carry a selection of delicious Italian wines to complement your meal.

Italian Gourmet

We also carry a large selection of Italian gourmet products, too many to list... Check out the virtual tour of our store.

Pasta Sauces

Our homemade marinara sauce is made fresh daily and is also used in our heat-n-serve dishes. We also carry a selection of imported and sauces, made from healthy ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, garlic, fresh vegetables and  great herbs. Homemade sauces are gluten free. 

Olive oil and Vinegar

 We have a selection Imported Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and Balsamic Vinegar. Make your own bread dip using our blend of Italian herbs and spices.

Snacks

We have a selection of Italian snacks and cookies. Remember those Pizzelles that grandma made?