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“I think coming back to see family in Cleveland, and making a trip down to Gallucci's, makes the stay a little more meaningful. One doesn't experience Cleveland, until one sets foot in the store and takes a deep breath! It's an aroma that can not be duplicated. I think it was Frank one day telling me about the move from the old store to the one now on Euclid. He said, the Tribe tells me when they slide into third base at Jacob's field, it smells like Gallucci's! Great line! Always bring the cooler home and fill up with many of your items when coming back here! Keep up the good work...people in Cleveland don't know how lucky they are to have an establishment like Gallucci's and the West Side Market!”
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Our next Summer Seminar will be held this Saturday, August 8th, and the topic will be Italian Pecorino Cheese! Featured prominently in the discussion will be five different Pecorinos that we sell: Saracino, Crotonese, Gran Cru, Sardo, and Pepato. This … Continue reading
All this summer, Gallucci’s will be holding Italian Food Seminars at our store, featuring talks, samples, and Q&A sessions! The first session will held be this Saturday, June 6th, and will feature Cheese From Northern Italy: Asiago Fresco, Asiago Forte, … Continue reading
Rojoyo writes to ask, “Do you sell salted canned sardines?” Yes we do! In our deli, we have sardines packed in salt (sold by the pound), and on our shelf we also sell Roland and Cento brand canned sardines.
I have to be honest, when I got this question I didn’t know what cardoon was. As it turns out, it is from the same family as the artichoke and is sometimes known as the “artichoke thistle.” The Italian connection … Continue reading
S. writes to ask: “Do you sell an Italian liquor called Alchermes?” Alchermes is an interesting product, with a history of use both dietary and medical. Unfortunately we are not allowed to sell it, because the alcohol content is greater … Continue reading