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Walter Stewart's Market

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229 Elm St, New Canaan, CT 06840

(203) 966-4848

Today: 7:30 am - 7:30 pm
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General Info
With a location in New Canaan, Conn., Walter Stewart s Market is a family-owned and operated chain of grocery stores. Operational for more than 100 years, the store s meat department offers a variety of beef steak cuts, including top sirloin fillets, Stewart s elm street sirloins and long skirt steaks. It also offers a range of bakery products, such as breads, pies, cakes, cookies, rolls and assorted baked goods. Walter Stewart s Market s seafood department stocks filleted Atlantic salmon, sushi grade yellow fin tuna, swordfish, Chilean sea bass, lemon sole, bay scallops and jumbo shrimp. In addition, the store provides soup snacks, salad dressing and ice cream. It offers online nutritional counseling and information on health topics.

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (203) 972-1626

Fax: (203) 972-1626

Payment method
all major credit cards, master card
This business is located right down the street from the New Canaan train station.
Delicatessens, Liquor Stores, Grocery Stores, Florists
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Cuisines: Deli

Outdoor Seating: Yes


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Great place for premium foods and personal service

Family-owned business that is been around forever. Very helpful staff and quality foods.



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Grocery stores shouldn't sell flowers

Fresh fruits and veggies release gas that discolors flowers. Also, you just know that the flowers and plants in a grocery store aren't top quality and are ""loss leaders"", selling at a huge discount while you spend $$$ in the store.

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