Rocky would've cut his jog short for this one...
For the last 75 years, our Italian Market store has been tucked into 930 S. 9th Street. Warm, vibrant, and delightfully cramped with delicious goodies ceiling to floor, our original location houses a cheese cave, antipasti bar, charcuterie station and fifty linear feet of specialty ingredients. Enjoy a taste of the original Di Bruno Bros. where Danny and Joe began their journey to achieve the American Dream.
- Italian Market Style Pepperoni - A rustic Italian-American classic that is mild, smooth and sure to please a wide variety of tastes. The perfect size to eat as-you-go, slightly spicy with a touch of smoke.
- Black Lava Cashews - Crunchy cashews candied and dusted with Hawaiian black lava sea salt. Volcanic flavor and intense texture, with the perfect balance of sweet and salty.
- Imported Auricchio Provolone Ball - Here in Philadelphia, provolone is a staple at every single sandwich shop in the city. We take our provolone seriously, and this slightly smoky, piquant, and dry-but-creamy cheese is one we’re not giving up anytime soon. Carve off sliver after sliver, and picture yourself relaxing on a rolling Tuscan hill, snacking till sunset.
- Pepper Shooters - A succulent, aromatic pepper soaked in subtle vinegar giving a warm embrace to salty, dry prosciutto, and smoky,
creamy provolone. We started by handmaking these meat-cheese-pepper hugs in the 70s!
- Roasted Red Peppers - These sweet, fire-roasted peppers are marinated with extra virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, and Italian spices. A staple at Philly sandwich emporiums, we put these bad boys on every antipasti plate we serve. Robust and smoky, smooth and savory!
- Di Bruno Bros. Balsamic Glaze - Reduce no more! Rich with molasses sweetness, the dark, winey notes of its mother vinegar, and a hypnotizing glossy sheen, this concentrated glaze is just the thing for everyday drizzling and special occasion dousing. (Replaced Balsamic Vinegar, pictured)
- Finocchiona - A mild salami, traditionally crafted and air-cured for at least 45 days. With black peppercorn and fennel seeds, it possesses a unique flavor profile, perfectly suited for a mild hard cheese, goat or gouda.
- Abbruzze Cheese Spread - Rooted in traditional recipes developed long ago at our Italian Market storefront, Di Bruno Bros. cheese spreads are crafted with a Wisconsin cheddar base and the perfect blend of spices and natural ingredients. Abbruzze is one of our most popular, with a zesty chili kick. Insert cracker. Eat. Repeat.
- Cheese Crostini - The perfect vessel for a hunk of cheese, and possibly the best way to dip into your favorite cheese spread. With a heavenly crunch, this handcrafted, artisanal crostini brings the Mediterranean straight to your cheese board.
- Maestri Prosciutto Italiano - This tender and savory Prosciutto is slow-cured in Parma for a minimum of 400 days, otherwise referred to as "four seasons." There's nothing in there other than all-natural pork ham and Mediterranean salt - and that's why we like it. It's as authentic as it gets.
- Parmigiano Reggiano - A complex, granular bite that tastes like sweet onion, grass, cashew, and pineapple. The dense paste is pierced with spires of crystallized amino acids which interlude the harmony of sweet and savory notes. In short, the King of Cheese!
- Cerignola Olives - If you’ve never been a fan of olives, this is the game- changer. Meaty, buttery, and delicate, these green gems of goodness are
imported by Di Bruno Bros. from the Bari province of Italy and are our most popular olive type.