A New Italian Market is Coming Soon to Lawrenceville, NJ

Lawrenceville residents are buzzing with a new sign that was put up this week.

The sign hangs on the front of Maidenhead Bagel’s former location on Main Street. It reads: “Coming Soon Eatalia Market and Kitchen”.

Hmmmm, I’ve never heard of it before, but, looking at the sign, I think a new Italian market is coming to town. There are pictures of different types of pasta everywhere. That’s exciting.

Facebook/Lawrence NJ Community/Sterling Gardner

Facebook/Lawrence NJ Community/Sterling Gardner

No other details are available yet, but hopefully it will be like other fabulous Italian markets in the area.

The Dolce and Clemente Italian Food Market is located downtown on Route 33 in Robbinsville Township. Wow. The food is phenomenal. Every day over 100 freshly prepared dishes are on display…pastas, meatballs, chicken, sandwiches and more. They also have gourmet cheeses, homemade breads (stuffed breads are my favorite), and a bakery stocked with the best Italian goodies.

Not far from Dolce and Clemente’s is Porforio’s Italian Market and Cafe on Route 33 in Hamilton. It’s the only place I’ll get my vodka sauce. They also have a shelf full of homemade Italian dishes and homemade pastas that you can grab from the fridges and make at home.

I love both places, so I’m hoping this new place will be similar, so I can drop by and grab dinner, or another place to cater for parties, holidays, or special occasions.

I’ll let you know when I find out anything else.

The name, Eatalia, is cute. Who doesn’t like to eat Italian food?

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