DeLaurenti is an Italian specialty market that carries a ton of local and imported products like crackers, jams, olive oils, nuts, chocolate, spices, and even potato chips (get a big bag of the black truffle ones). Not to mention the upstairs section with hard-to-find wine and beer, and a great selection of charcuterie and cheese. We suggest making your own spread of these things as a DIY lunch, or grabbing a cold cut sandwich from their front case. For dessert, don’t forget the filled-to-order cannolis. Or the incredible homemade chocolate chip cookie. Or the delicious Linzer tarts. Just get all of it.
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