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Eastmoreland Market & Kitchen

3616 SE Knapp St.
771-1186 | Website
9 am-7 pm Monday-Friday, 9 am-6 pm Saturday.
[NEIGHBORHOOD GOURMET] At first glance a humble neighborhood bodega, Eastmoreland Market is a god- send for a neighborhood without a weekend farmers market, where the best supermarket is a Safeway. In addition to a really phenomenal deli counter (try the muffuletta!), the Market carries sausages from Salumeria di Carlo, pork from Tails & Trotters, veggies from Gathering Together Farms and an impressive array of groceries. One shelf is dedicated to Italian and Spanish imports in neat stacks: squid ink, pimenton de la vera, ceramic cazuelas of various sizes, canned bonito tuna and really good olive oil. (BW)
Shopping list: Cascade Natural tenderloin steak, assorted fresh mushrooms, Courier Coffee, paella rice.


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Cheap Eats 2011: Eastmoreland Market and Kitchen


Food Reviews & Stories
At first glance just a well-heeled neighborhood grocery deep within one of the city’s most exclusive residential areas, where median home prices top half a million, Eastmoreland Market has indeed    More
 
Monday, March 7, 2011 CRAIG BEEBE

Devour 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
[THE GOOD STUFF] Former Tuscany Grill owners Pat and Colleen Mendola have turned Eastmoreland’s corner mart into a bona fide foodie hideaway, complete with an open catering kitchen serving dynamite muffuletta and housemade soups. The unfussy Spanish- and Italian-leaning shop is lovingly stocke   More
 
Wednesday, April 21, 2010 KELLY CLARKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
At this bite-sized neighborhood import market and deli, you can tour the taste of New Orleans by indulging in a mind-blowing muffuletta ($7.50): layers of ham, salami and mortadella on a thick strata of olive salad, all squeezed into a chewy ciabatta. Or chow down on the meatloaf sandwich ($7.50), w   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Devour 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
[THE GOOD STUFF] Last year, former Tuscany Grill owners Pat and Colleen Mendola turned Eastmoreland’s corner mart into a bona fide foodie hideaway, complete with an open catering kitchen serving dynamite muffuletta and housemade soups. The unfussy Spanish- and Italian-leaning shop is lovingly    More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 KELLY CLARKE
 
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