In 1902, the Sunseri family formed the company that is now known as the Pennsylvania Macaroni Company. Our organization is known as one of the premiere specialty Italian food operations in the country. We stock over 5,000 specialty products and sell over 200,000 pounds of cheese each week.
Awesome market. Old world olive bar. Cheese deli and of course macaroni.
Awesome and vast selection of cheeses and meats
There are some really good flavored coffees in here. Also the biggest selection of cheese I've ever seen.
Endless variety of cheese, oil, bread, and you guessed it, pasta.
The antipasto salad is awesome!
Cheese of every variety and from every part of the world. Amazing place.
Ohio City Pasta sold here.
The fresh-made egg pasta, available at check-out, is the greatest pasta I've ever had. Cheese selection is amazing too.
Vlaskaas cheese will blow your mind
I made a trip from Youngstown 2 weeks in a row to stock up my kitchen. The extra sharp provolone from this place is amazing, as is their NY pastrami.
Anything Italian can be found here at this Pittsburgh staple since 1902. http://bit.ly/1jXQbvm
Everyone is so incredibly nice in here. Especially in the deli. Support a Pittsburgh staple and shop here.
Pick up some Le Pizzelle Cafe Pizzelles. So many great flavors. Try the anise or lemon!
Excellent jarred marinara and frozen meatballs for your own home GoodFellas feast.
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If you look some Italian gourmet food, this is the place! Try home-made Mozzarella!
So much pasta! Lots of choices
A must-do in the Strip Distrcit. Locally known as Penn Mac. Fine Italian grocery with 400 cheeses. Meet "Dear Heart," a local celeb--she's the cheese monger & calls everyone she waits on dear heart.
Ask for Dear Heart (Carol) at the cheese counter... She knows!
Most of our gourmet bread comes from Breadworks Artisan Bread, it's one of a kind.
We get very busy during the weekends, stop by during the week for shorter lines and quicker service. This is probably the best way to avoid the crowds.
Our gift baskets make for a wonderful present like the Cheese & Meat Party Box or the Small Pasta Dinner Basket.
We have a ton of gluten free options, come browse.
Thirsty? Pick up a six pack of Sanpellegrino Limonata.
We stock over 5,000 specialty products and sell over 200,000 pounds of Italian cheese every week!
Try some Pittsburgh favorites, like the Grasso Hot Italian Sausage or Old Colony Steak Sauce!
If you're shopping in the Strip you should stop by an sample some gourmet cheese at our cheese counter, Dear Heart would love to help you pick the perfect cheese for any dish or meal.
Have you joined our cheese of the month club? It's available in 3 month, 6 month and 1 year programs! Who doesn't love gourmet cheese?
Have a special dinner approaching? Visit our cheese counter to make it an unforgettable occasion.
Great place for a Pittsburgh foodie. Great selections of cheeses, meats, spices, pasta and more.
Run by the Sunseri brothers, this is a prime retail store offering Italian specialties. On Saturdays, the line snakes around its shelves, stocked with tomatoes, pasta & all kinds of Italian products.
Despite the sign, as long as the deli counter is fully staffed, they'll let you order less than the minimum on prosciutto.
Carol knows everything!
Visit the cheese counter and Carol will most certainly call you 'Dear Heart' as she helps you pick out your favorite cheeses.
Come make your own custom bag of candy, pick and choose your favorites!
Try our homemade Penn Mac sauces, all of which are perfect for pasta and pizza dinners. Each contains healthy ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, garlic, fresh vegetables and great herbs.
Interested in delicious wine and cheese pairings suggestions? Take a look at our blog: pennmac.com/blog
If you're in the Strip District stop by our cheese counter and sample our huge variety of cheeses. Cheddar, Gouda and Brie, oh my!
They have bulk olive oil & balsamic with free bottles.
Get your number for the cheese counter first, then wander around and shop while you wait.
Probably the best cheese counter in Pittsburgh. Carol (a.k.a. Dear Heart) knows cheese. If she recommends something, you would be well-served to take her advice.
Your best bet is to go early in the day so it's not swamped and you can browse leisurely.