Old-World gourmet goodies are back in New Paltz, thanks to Russo’s Italian Deli

December 17, 2012 05:00 PM | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
There are certain types of businesses that are essential to have in a town the size of New Paltz, if you want to encourage people to “shop local,” and one of those is a real Italian delicatessen. You know the kind that I mean: with strings of well-dried sopressata sausage and “piglets” of scamorze cheese hanging from the ceiling; trays of home-baked focaccia and cannoli displayed enticingly on the counter; bins full of a rainbow of varieties of imported olives, artichoke hearts and other essential antipasto ingredients in the refrigerated cabinets; bottles of intriguing products from Italy like fancy oils and hand-cut pasta on the shelves.
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