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Senza Nome Jan 15, 2007 11:56 PM

I am looking for markets or stores that specialize in italian
products. Wine, chesse, meats, pastas, anything italian in the
Dallas-Fort Worth area. Will travel if I have to.

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  1. vktp RE: Senza Nome Jan 16, 2007 12:03 AM

    Jimmy's. Do a search on this board for past links, and there will be plenty of gushing reports. It's at Fitzhugh and Bryan (I think) in East Dallas.

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      Kirk RE: Senza Nome Jan 16, 2007 12:23 AM

      I agree that Jimmy's is great. Central Market also stocks some very good Italian products.

      1. Scagnetti RE: Senza Nome Jan 16, 2007 01:58 PM

        I think between Jimmy's (don't be put off by the nabe) and Central Market you'll find most anything you want.

        By far, Jimmy's has the best sausage. Don't leave the store without at least a pound. Central Market has the best selection of cold cuts.

        I've always heard people rave about the Italian wine selection at Jimmy's but I don't know enough about wine to tell you if that is true or not.

        1. irodguy RE: Senza Nome Jan 16, 2007 03:32 PM

          Jimmy's is good for specialty stuff, but if central has the same it will be about 1/3 less. I go to Jimmy's for their sausage and Italian canned Tuna.

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            David Pearlman RE: irodguy Jan 16, 2007 03:43 PM

            You can get some ventresca de tonno at Central Market also.

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              irodguy RE: David Pearlman Jan 17, 2007 09:05 PM

              Yep just not the broad number of brands and types that Jimmy's has. All though I have received some rather strange looks from my wife when I talk about eating $11 a can (actually a bottle in this particular case) of tuna fish

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