First glimpse: Italian market and Ristorante de Carfagna



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First glimpse: Italian market and Ristorante de CarfagnaCarfagna’s opens at 1400 Gemini Place on Tuesday September 7th – All photos by Susan Post

Carfagna’s is ready to open the doors of its new 27,000 square foot home.

Carfagana’s Italian Market & Ristorante celebrates its grand opening on Tuesday, September 7 at 1400 Gemini Place, marking a new era for the longtime family business.

Years of preparation, the new concept not only puts the Carfagna market and restaurant under one roof, but creates a whole new experience for shoppers and diners.

The space includes a wine and liquor store, a grocery store with a wide selection of Italian staples like pasta, sauce, and olive oil, and areas where shoppers can watch cheese being made. fresh and fresh pasta. There are takeaways, desserts, a bar, cafe, and event space. The meat counter is designed to recall his old home on Dublin-Granville Road.

The new location will mean the end of the old Carfagna restaurant and market. The restaurant officially closed on August 23, while the market will be open until Labor Day (10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, September 6).

The Carfagna market will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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All photos from Susan Post

Carfagna’s moved its market and restaurant under one roof
A glimpse of the restaurant side of the operation
Restaurant seating
The new location includes a liquor store with an extensive wine selection
The liquor store
A bar inside the liquor store
An ideal table for tastings
“Everything you see I owe to the spaghetti.” Sophie loren
A large bar centers the market
Another view of the bar
Additional seating around the main bar
A piece of water made from barrels of wine
The charcuterie of Carfagna
Carfagna’s charcuterie will offer a variety of Italian meats – mortadella, sopressata, salami and much more
Carfagna’s meat counter was designed to look like its old store on Dublin-Granville Road
A side view of the Carfagna’s market
Say “cheese!
Carfagna’s will be stocked with lots of sweets and familiar favorites
A promise of delicacies to come
How will you choose your olive oil?
There is no shortage of signature Carfagna sauces
The history of the Carfagna family
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