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Faicco's Pork Store

260 Bleecker St., New York, NY - (212) 243-1974
Posted By Alyse Marie on 11/30/2005 10:02:00 PM
Everything Faicco's sells is fresh and delicious. Their sausage and fresh mozzarella is the finest, bar none. Try their broccoli rabe and sausage bread. Also try their rice balls, heated in the oven and topped with their hoomemade vodka sauce. Outrageous!!!

There is also a location in Brooklyn, at 66th Street and 11th Avenue. This family owned and operated business is professional and their store is immaculate. The butcher area is right in the front of the store and can be viewed by passersby.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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A pinwheel of cheese & parsley sausage, for sale at Faicco's.
"A pinwheel of cheese & parsley sausage, for sale at Faicco's."
Sam Meyer





Huge provolone cheeses hang in the back.
"Huge provolone cheeses hang in the back."
Sam Meyer


A tray of arancini ready to eat now or take home and heat
"A tray of arancini ready to eat now or take home and heat"
Michael Stern


Some rice balls don't even make it out of the store, they're so good.
"Some rice balls don't even make it out of the store, they're so good."
Sam Meyer


Faicco's is never empty. Italian-food fanciers come here from all over Manhattan. The butcher cases and prepared food are on the right. On the left are shelves of groceries.
"Faicco's is never empty. Italian-food fanciers come here from all over Manhattan. The butcher cases and prepared food are on the right. On the left are shelves of groceries."
Michael Stern


Now in its 107th year of operation, Faicco's is a good taste of the way Greenwich Village used to be ... and to a large degree, still is!
"Now in its 107th year of operation, Faicco's is a good taste of the way Greenwich Village used to be ... and to a large degree, still is!"
Michael Stern



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