This Italian specialty food market has been serving the south Florida community for almost half a century. Established in ... More
Laurenzo's Italian Supermarket
This Italian specialty food market has been serving the south Florida community for almost half a century. Established in 1951, Laurenzo's is actually many shops in one. It is a bakery, an old-fashioned deli and caterer, an award-winning wine shop, a seafood emporium, and a homemade pasta shop as well. There is also a 6,000-square-foot farmer's market and an in-store cafe featuring soups, salads, pasta, pizza, and desserts. If you have a taste for anything Italian, Laurenzo's is the place to be. Debit cards also accepted.
superb italian food and market. can't wait to shop there again. my husband could not get over the cheese and olive assortment and varieties of wines. its fantastic. we hope to get to enjoy more great food from there soon.
we recently, actually, two days ago bought a cake from there and were horrified from what we found inside, the cake had MOLD all throughtout it, it was disgusting, and we all know it takes cakes months to start molding.
ew. never will i ever go there again.
We are from NYC and are very used to little specialty markets. So when we found Laurenzo's it was just like being back home. Now I come every week and I always leave with something new to try - like the incredible water buffalo yogurt!!! The wine selection is impressive and the variety of world foods makes it easier to try new recipes with hard to find ingredients. Laurenzo's is a real neighborhood goldmine.
Very unassuming from the outside but a really amazing collection of foods inside. An entire aisle of just pasta. Dozens of international brands of bottled water, great wine selection and the best proscuitto anywhere. Their meats are also (surprisingly) well priced.
Their baked goods and pasteries are pretty good, but not quite on a par with Gran Forno in Ft. Lauderdale (on Las Olas Blvd). Laurenzo's is a great place to pick up "the good stuff" for that special dinner.
The adjacent farmers market is OK, but I prefer the more down home "Big Irv's" market in Hallandale.
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