Emily's Pork store is not a place it's a destination for all those who love pork in all it's wonderous forms. My family landed in Williamsburg and Greenpoint Brooklyn in 1896 from the Naples region of Italy. We never left. However, our specialty stores and culture for the most part has evaporated. One of the strongholds of the North Brooklyn Italian immigrants is still striving today. Emily's is the place to get the finest tasting sausage (the sweet with or without fennel) and the hot sausage are absolutely off the charts. You will not be disapointed with the olives imported from Sicily or the fresh, dried, dried and smoked mozzarella cheese (pronounced moozadell). Come to think of it all the cheeses he sells there are tremendous. Even though Emily's is a pork store don't be afraid to order beef there either. I've purchased some of the finest steaks from there as well. As a matter of fact I am going to be picking up 15 pounds of sausage there next Friday for a BBQ to celebrate my friends birthday! Happy happy times!!! Can't wait. Oh and before I forget the dried sausage and the sopressatta (pronounced supersod) are out of this world too! Get your behinds to Emily's Pork Store is all I can say and you will see that everything I claim is true you might even think I didn't go far enough in telling you how great the provisions really are.
Lois Bozwell here ! A very handsome and sexy man with dark hair sits in front of the store in his shiny new black Mercedes-Benz and watches over the basil plants he plants in front of the store on the curb every summer. I think he is the owner of the store there, and I never saw such beautiful, lush, green and fragrant basil ! It actually stays healthy and vibrant through mid October there ! Sadly, he yells at you if you pull a few leaves off to take home. What is the purpose of planting it there if you do not want to share it with the customers and neighbors ? Basil is an herb and meant to cook with and eat....not just to admire like flowers ! Funny thing is, everybody likes Italian cuisine, but most of the Russian Jews in that neighborhood do not use basil and have no idea what to do with it. Sadly, this store closed in April and is now out of business and that hot dude is gone, too ! The "flower-beds" by the curbside are now full of big, ugly weeds....and that is sad !
My husband and I go here all the time together, and also my mom and aunt go on their own. We all have been going here for about over 15-20 years now!!!! Best place to get everything we need and we also love that a lot of things are in bulks!! Every time we go, We all stack up on 3-5 carriages worth of stuff that we purchase!!!!! Even though in less then a month, we still have enough things left over, we still go back like about every 3-4 weeks, to stack up a lot again, so we always have what we need in our home. Plus a lot extra! My husbands side of the family goes here too and also stack up. We all love Costco! And good prices too!!
wow this place is great with great people and great food nice market and deli spot best on the block of rutland road people over there are great and funny very kind to us (customers). very neat and clean a place someone goes in and enjoys and wants to buy . and you know whats the best thing the fooooood i got inside smelling that philly cheese steak i want one so badd . GOOD LUCK PPL YOU DOING GREAT KEEP IT UP
A large,clean, well stocked store. They have items in keeping with the different groups who live in the area. Their weekly specials are actually still avaiable on Thursday's the end of the sales week. The Deli department is great,and I have found items I used to have to go to other areas to buy (ex: Lard Bread), They also have FREE PARKING, and the No.9 bus stops a very short block down from the store.
The kosher answer to Whole Foods. While the prices on some items are pretty high, you have to realize that most kosher foods are more expensive than non-kosher to begin with, and then decide if you are willing to pay more for top quality. The kosher meats, fish, and gourmet cheeses available here are the best I've found, and I'm willing to pay accordingly.
Then this is your place! Cho's, on the corner of Graham and Conselyea, has almost everything you need. Plenty of gourmet and vegetarian/vegan treats and it's all available 24-7. The only downside is it's a convenience store and the prices are high compared to a traditional grocery.
Shaulis is just the best in quality, always fresh and clean. You can order chickens which is so clean ready to drop in boiling water without plucking any feathers. Also large selection of all meats and rolled pickled meats. Free delivery and accepts credit cards
This is a great company that allows people to have great opportunity. i currently work with the company in the NYC area for over a year now and cannot be more satisfied. Thanks to the imarket global management team for all the opportunity!
My experience with this store was outstanding. They had everything. ACS . I am so sorry that they are closing . when ever I leave work I go to basic.. The employee was so respectul.. Such a friendly place. Will miss them. Truly heart felt