Delicious Chamango!!! Check it out on Imperial Ave. The location is perfect to me but it might be out of the way for some people. Fresh salads, smoothies and raspados. The summer should be awesome!
Needed a bottle of wine for a host gift for dinner. Purchased a great bottle here for a price similar to home.
They were two hours late for delivery of our jumper, tables and chairs. The owner of the business felt that he could do as he pleased and was rude and obnoxious with me and my family in front of our party guests. He broke a written contract when he decided to cancel the rental based on the fact that he had to give me part of my money back. Having no tables and chairs an hour into your party, with guests already present was very stressful but made me and my guests realize this business is not to be trusted. Go elsewhere please.
Walking into the corner store of market 32, you are greeted with a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables stored in huge vats. On the back wall is a chalkboard menu of smoothies and other healthy treats. There are tubs of assorted nuts and fresh bread. The modern décor combined with the traditional farmer’s market makes this a great neighborhood store in the East Village. There are eight 30 minute parking spots conveniently located in front of the store, which makes a stop in for fresh fruit or a healthy snack a breeze. If you are in a hurry, you have the option of calling in your order and having it delivered right to your car. Or, better yet, the store offers free delivery. Matt Amoia and his family have been in the citrus business for over 50 years. The idea for a retail store started in Yuma. The first location opened on 32nd street, hence the store name “market 32.” Currently they are located on the corner of 10th Avenue and Island Avenue and hope to expand into three more stores. Right now, they are featuring an acai bowl with granola and other fresh fruit. Everything in the store is fresh, healthy, and delicious.