Di Palo Fine Foods

Gourmet Shop · Little Italy
200 Grand St (at Mott St), New York, NY 10013, United States
Open until 4:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sat
    • 9:00 AM–6:30 PM
  • Sun
    • 9:00 AM–4:00 PM
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    Lafayette 148 New York
    "The best Italian grocery in town."(2 Tips)
    Dom G.
    "Ask for the Delicious Porchetta sandwich."(3 Tips)
    Lisa D.
    "Cacciatore dried sausage is amazing with piave."(2 Tips)
    Hannah G.
    "... their products, like prosciutto di parma, smoked mozzarella, and soppressata. Lots..."(2 Tips)
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  • Italian food
  • porchetta sandwich
  • ravioli
  • piave
  • cheese
  • pasta
  • prosciutto
  • wine
  • delis
  • flavored teas
  • great value
  • homemade food
  • coffee
  • handmade
  • olive oil
  • bread
  • buratta
  • truffle honey
  • staff
  • vodka sauce
  • Stephen R.

    My colleague, a Napoli native, only gets his meats and cheeses from here. Best bread in Manhattan.

    Stephen Ruiz · 1 week ago
  • Burak M.

    Everything but the line moves really slow

    Burak M · 2 weeks ago
  • Tonya P.

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    Tonya Parsons · August 22
  • Chris C.

    If they still have bread ask for a sandwich, it's not directly on the menu but will be absolutely delicious. A simple sandwich with cheese, prosciutto and some olive oil drizzled on top. It's like $8.

    Chris Cookson · July 16
  • chinsel

    the buratta and the ricotta are to die for

    chinsel · July 6
  • William H.

    Bomb breads and cheeses. Wait can get long but its worth it.

    William Huba · May 25
  • Daniele C.

    Official source of the good stuff.

    Daniele Codega · April 11
  • Wendy Q.

    Asked for help making a charcuterie plate .. Super helpful and generous with samples of everything. Their homemade vodka sauce is also perfect.

    Wendy Qiu · March 22
  • Manhattan Grand Sunglasses

    I'm a huge fan of their burrata and their pesto...and everything else they have. I also love that they sell San Benedetto flavored teas!

  • Hannah G.

    Waits can be long, but only because so many people are vying for their products, like prosciutto di parma, smoked mozzarella, and soppressata. Lots of imported goodies and the staff is amazing.

    Hannah GM · February 24
  • Harumi U.

    4 generations running over 100 years of business. You notice the smell of cheese and cured meat just by walking by and that's not all they have

    Harumi U · January 20
  • Michael D.

    Porchetta Sandwich: $6.00

    Michael De La Rosa · January 14
  • Suki S.

    Giant Porcetta sandwich at 1pm. Perfect lunch~

    Suki Soo · December 8, 2014
  • Saneel R.

    Get a number when you walk in. That's not a line you're waiting in.

    Saneel Radia · September 20, 2014
  • Paul K.

    The best Mortadella in New York. Get the male version, it's more flavorful.

    Paul Kardous · August 23, 2014
  • Susan J C.

    Try the burrata

    Susan J Campbell · July 21, 2014
  • atomly l.

    Make sure to grab a number on the way in- that's how you get served. The porchetta, prosciutto, meatballs, mozzarella, olives, etc... Everything is good. Plus, they're pretty liberal with the samples!

    atomly lee · May 23, 2014
  • Compass

    The Italian gourmet shop has been family-owned since 1910 and has ingredients from all regions of Italy. Imported cheese, olive oils, and handmade cheeses are all available for purchase.

    Compass · May 15, 2014
  • Matia A.

    Get the fresh home made ricotta, incredibly fair price and one of the best I've ever tried in and outside Italy

    Matia Ambassa Gobbo · April 18, 2014
  • Tracie L.

    Make sure to get a number by the door!

    Tracie Lee · February 28, 2014
  • Howard L.

    They have good cheese

    Howard Lee · February 5, 2014
  • Lisa D.

    THE ONLY PLACE I trust to slice their prosciutto Di Parma perfectly. Cacciatore dried sausage is amazing with piave. Pistachio crema > Nutella. They let you sample everything & are extremely helpful.

    Lisa Diep · December 9, 2013
  • aika n.

    Simply Devine. Check out the face drawings by a professional cartoonist customer. Best prosciutto. Bar none.

    aika nk · October 26, 2013
  • Léna Le Rolland

    All the cheese is awesome !

    Léna Le Rolland · August 30, 2013
  • Henry W.

    Call ahead to confirm if and when the succulent, fatty, fennel-stuffed porchetta will emerge from the oven (usually around 1pm). When you arrive, they'll throw it on a sandwich for you for $7.

    Henry Winslow · August 15, 2013
  • Kevin C.

    The mozzarella and ricotta are FRESH!!!!!

    Kevin Chin · May 17, 2013
  • Moses

    I ate too much cheese...

    Moses · May 12, 2013
  • Laura C.

    Staff is super knowledgable and really friendly, so if you have a question about history, prep or whatever, ask away! Best prosciutto, mozzarella, ravioli, parm, all at reasonable prices.

    Laura Chin · May 11, 2013
  • Serious Eats

    Head over at 1 p.m. for the fresh-from-the-oven porchetta, some of the best you'll ever have.

    Serious Eats · April 23, 2013
  • Serious Eats

    Prosciutto Cotto, Mortadella and Provolone: The meat is delicate, flavorful, and perfectly salty; it's all stuffed within a soft piece of pizza bianca that works just right for this sandwich.

    Serious Eats · April 23, 2013
  • Serious Eats

    100-year-old Italian specialty market with incredible mozzarella and fresh porchetta. Expect long waits, but they're worth it for Louie's selection of imported and deli products.

    Serious Eats · April 23, 2013
  • Nikkitha

    Their black truffle-laced cheese is to die for

    Nikkitha · April 20, 2013
  • Cassandra B.

    For coffee lovers, get some Parana. Beans are roasted in Tuscany, very creamy and not bitter or acidic.

    Cassandra Bianco · March 8, 2013
  • Michele

    Stay away from eataly. This is the real Italian place. Best prosciutto best cheese best ravioli and prices are good too !!!

    Michele · January 2, 2013
  • Chantal W.

    Cheeeeese! :)

    Chantal Wasmus · September 22, 2012
  • Real Cheap Eats

    Always be on the lookout for the house porchetta, "a generous portion of crisp, fatty, salty pork strewn with herbs and celery." Read more

    Real Cheap Eats · June 17, 2012
  • Jason 6.

    Established 1910. Continuously family owned. Still makes its own cheese daily. Over 300 types of cheese. And more than 100 varieties of pecorino.

    Jason 64128 · May 30, 2012
  • Tasting Table

    Take two slices of hot crackling-skinned porchetta, one container house-made ricotta and a slab of pizza bianca, and combine with a sidewalk bench for an epic lunch.

    Tasting Table · May 17, 2012
  • Dom G.

    Ask for the Delicious Porchetta sandwich. It's big enough for a small family.

    Dom Goodrum · May 8, 2012
  • City Food Tours

    Gourmet Italian foods on offer for your home Top Chef-like kitchen. Give yourself a time limit and see if you can get to the next level--don't forget to pick up some fresh mozzarella.

    City Food Tours · February 15, 2012
  • Robert M. S.

    Check out the Country Garganzola, creamy, salty, and perfect with red Italian wine...

    Robert M. Strain, Jr. · February 7, 2012
  • Tracey N.

    Liked this place!

    Tracey N · December 23, 2011
  • Lafayette 148 New York

    The best Italian grocery in town. Everything comes fresh from Italy – you can’t live without the olive oil, prosciutto, parmigiano, and homemade mozzarella.

    Lafayette 148 New York · November 29, 2011
  • Ari G.

    Best place in NYC

    Ari Greenberg · November 20, 2011
  • Kristin

    Best Italian cheeses and meats in NYC! Ask for Lou - tell him Kristin from CA sent U :)

    Kristin · November 14, 2011
  • Maria C.

    DiPalo's used to be latteria (dairy store) when it first opened in 1925. #Italian #Immigrants http://ow.ly/7fRiA

    Maria Cruz Lee · November 1, 2011
  • Bonnie K.

    Great prosciutto & mozarella

    Bonnie Kong · October 15, 2011
  • Shopikon

    An Italian delicatessen with prodigious amounts of imported goods from the old country. Everything from hand-made pasta to prosciutto that melts in your mouth.

    Shopikon · October 10, 2011
  • Nico M.

    Dont forget to grab a fresh loaf of bread!

    Nico Marino · September 23, 2011
  • Fiorelli

    Amazing prosciutto and selection of Italian cheeses! Montasio (with some truffle honey!) is a personal favorite.

    Fiorelli · July 21, 2011

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