delicatessen


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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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For 70 years, Nate'n Al Delicatessen has been a Beverly Hills landmark and serves as a who's-who of prominent celebrities, sports figures and politicians.
In addition, our commercial section is expanding as our reputation grows, and more people want to regularly buy our products from their local delicatessen store.
The delicatessen is run on an Italian style with a range of produce including pastas, sauces, oils, dressings and desserts.
Summary: In the face of sprawling hypermarket stores like Spinneys, and the French chain Carrefour recently established at the City Centre mall, there are only a handful of fine delicatessens in Beirut.
Pimm's Deli is the new business of South African born chef Matthew Pimm, right, who aims to offer an extensive range of delicatessen products to the local area.
They stopped at the delicatessen counter and then she carried on.
We needed to communicate our offer directly to those groups by essentially re-focusing back to what originally inspired me to open - creating a true neighbourhood delicatessen and restaurant.
5 tons of fresh meat and put out 35 tons of delicatessen products a day.
This will be the first Gandolfo's New York Delicatessen in Washington.
Butcher pal Mark Page offered her some spare space in his Chaddesley Corbett shop to open a delicatessen - and she has never looked back.