- General Info:
- DeLuca s Market operates multiple retail stores in Boston. Its stores offer a variety of grocery, bakery, deli, cheese, meat, and fruit and vegetable items. Its prepared food items include pork roast, steamed squash, steamed asparagus, baby brussel sprouts, saut ed salmon, eggplant Parmesan, baked potatoes, glazed shrimp kabobs, meatballs and honey-glazed sweet potato strips. Additionally, it offers stuffed mushrooms, quesadillas, baked potatoes and fish cakes. DeLuca s Market offers a variety of Italian pottery items that include wall plates, cups, saucers, vases, jars, pitchers and decanters. The market s locations also offer a variety of beer, spirits, and red and white wines.
04/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I am French, living in Beacon Hill and very picky about food. It is a well located store with a piano inside that they sometime use. The staff is very nice and they have some good products that we can find only there.
Deluca was one of the grocery I was used to go every day, but I was so often surprised by the very poor quality of their cheeses that I am going there only to buy what I forgot to buy elsewhere. A large number of cheese are already expired by a significant amount of time. And the oldest are often offered for a free try!
So it is an ok grocery, if you don't want cheese
If you are looking for cheese, I really don't recommend it, go to whole food or Savenor instead (5 min walk)
09/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Today the FDA issued a warning to consumers to NOT eat bagged spinach as there have been 50 illnesses including multiple deaths due to ecoli contamination. The owner of Deluca's was interviewed on WHDH-TV Channel 7 saying he would not pull the bags since people ""may want to purchase them""!! Apalling greed. Obviously profits are more important than our safety to this owner. I'd avoid this place at all costs.