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Ohio’s Own: Fligner’s Fiesta Sausage

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Ohio’s Own: Fligner’s Fiesta Sausage

Founded in 1924, Fligner’s Market is the longest-standing grocery store in Lorain, Ohio. People travel from all across Ohio to shop its aisles, not only for the fresh meats and house-baked goods, but also for its famous customer service, a treatment that includes a clerk who will walk out to the car with you, and load […]

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Two Brothers Butcher Shoppe Opens at North Market

Walker Evans Walker Evans Two Brothers Butcher Shoppe Opens at North Market

The newest North Market vendor is officially open. Two Brothers Butcher Shoppe — owned and operated by the Schuman brothers — launched yesterday, selling high quality fresh meats, sausages, deli meats and read-to-cook meals to North Market shoppers. The new store takes the place of former butcher Bluescreek Farm Meats, which relocated to Plain City earlier this […]

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The Butcher & Grocer Partner with Hungarian Butcher for Grandview Store

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner The Butcher & Grocer Partner with Hungarian Butcher for Grandview Store

The Butcher & Grocer — a new locally-sourced butcher shop set to open this summer in Grandview Heights — has partnered with specialty charcuterie venture Hungarian Butcher. Hungarian Butcher is spearheaded by partners Dan Varga and James Anderson. Anderson owns popular barbecue food truck Ray Ray’s Hog Pit, along with Anderson Farms in Granville. Varga has 20 […]

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Bluescreek Relocating from North Market to Plain City

Walker Evans Walker Evans Bluescreek Relocating from North Market to Plain City

The North Market is losing a butcher, but Plain City is gaining a new destination. After 20 years of operations, Bluescreek Farm Meats will be exiting the North Market this weekend, with plans to open a new facility closer to their home farm. “By having our own market closer to our farm, we will not […]

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First Look: The Market Italian Village

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson First Look: The Market Italian Village

After months of construction, renovation, and experimentation, The Market Italian Village opens today at the corners of Summit Street and Third Avenue in the Italian Village. The 2,500 square foot space is simultaneously a butcher, deli counter, bakery, wine shop, café, bar, and a European-style restaurant that serves small plates for lunch and dinner that […]

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Katzinger’s Brings the Deli To You

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Katzinger’s Brings the Deli To You

Katzinger’s Deli in German Village has always been known for its fine selections of breads, meats, and cheeses. In fact, they’ve garnered national acclaim for their classic take on Jewish fare, and many make pilgrimages (or at least go out of their way) to ensure a stop at Katzinger’s. For those not fortunate enough to […]

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Dish Deathmatch: Wiener Wars

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Dish Deathmatch: Wiener Wars

There is nothing more American than throwing back a big ol’ carbon-scarred weenie wrapped in a bun with mustard and relish on Independence Day. Your neighbor says it’s made of snouts, hooves and pig tushes? Bring. It. On. But if you’re only gonna do it once a year, shouldn’t it be a weenie to remember? […]

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