See how things are going at Pepperoncini.
Pepperoncini, the third location of the small (but growing) business, opened its doors in Haverford in October. Since then, manager Jason Roechlein said the 101 W. Eagle Rd. market has been abuzz. The Haverford location, unlike its Conshohocken and Phoenixville restaurant counterparts, is a market with take-home, homemade goods. See what Roechlein has to say in a recent conversation with Haverford Patch. Q: What's the best-liked product? A: The Chicken Cutlet Our Way and Roast Pork. Q: What sets Pepperoncini apart from other local businesses? A: There’s not really another Italian market. All the prepared foods are different and they’re all made in house. Q: How's business been going in 2012? A: We've been doing a lot of catering. We did a …
From the owners of the Pepperoncini restaurants in Conshohocken and Phoenixville, the market will celebrate its grand opening on Oct. 27.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
The following was submitted by Pepperoncini. Pepperoncini Italian Market & Catering (101 W. Eagle Rd; 484.454.5995), the latest endeavor from Paul DiBona, Tom DeFruscio and Dan Duffy of Pepperoncini restaurants in Conshohocken and Phoenixville, will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, October 27. A saucy take on the neighborhood market, Pepperoncini will offer deli and grocery items, as well as classic homemade Italian specialties, pizza, sandwiches, family style meals-to-go and full-service catering. A 55 gallon drum of extra virgin oil will dispense individual re-fillable bottles. In honor of opening day, Pepperoncini will be offering their famous meatballs, free of charge to all shoppers. "We wanted to open a market that we would …