Juarez Grocery 349 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Juarez Grocery is a convenience store and delicatessen located at Mamaroneck Avenue in downtown Mamaroneck. The store…More sells a variety of food staples and household essentials, including snacks, soda, beer, newspapers and a selection of Latin-American food products.
Abel Deli & Grocery 632 Fenimore Rd, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Abel Deli & Grocery is a deli and convenience store located on Fenimore Road in Mamaroneck, next to Vincent's…More Service Station. The store sells a variety of food staples, everyday necessities, snacks and beverages, as well as a large selection of Latin American foods and spices.
Lupita's Deli 122 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Lupita's Deli is a small shop with three tables, and sells authentic Mexican food like burritos, flautas, tortas and…More quesadillas, as well as American fare such as BBQ chicken, breakfast sandwiches and burgers. The deli also sells a section of Mexican and Latin-American grocery staples such as Goya beans and rice, DeGuri flan, packaged tortillas and hard-to-find spices like dried orange leaves, pasilla, dried chiles and guajillo.
La Miguelena Grocery 612 Halstead Ave, Mamaroneck, NY10543 La Miguelena Grocery is a small grocery and convenience store located on Halstead Avenue, just outside of downtown…More Mamaroneck. The store sells a variety of snacks, household goods and everyday essentials, as well as a selection of Latin-American food products.
Fenimore Deli 616 Fenimore Rd, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Serving hot breakfast and lunch since 1958, the Fenimore Deli offers tasty Italian and American comfort foods such as…More hot and cold sandwiches, peppers and eggs, chicken pizzaola and juicy 1/4 pound burgers. Early risers get a discount, and local delivery is free for orders over $15. While you're waiting for your food, you can save yourself a trip by picking up everyday necessities such as groceries, pastries, cold beverages and lottery tickets.
Started in 2004, the New York Coalition for Healthy School Food is a statewide non-profit organization that aims to…More improve the health and well-being of students. It advocates for healthy, plant-based foods, farm to school programs, school gardens, the elimination of unhealthy competitive foods in schools (not just in the cafeteria), and a comprehensive nutrition policy and education.</p>
<p>The NYCHSF is endorsed by the American Heart Association, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, New York State's Parent-Teacher Association, and other medical professionals and religious organizations. </p>
Los Primos de Mamaroneck 665 Old White Plains Rd, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Los Primos de Mamaroneck, identifiable by its large "Tarrytown No. 2" marquee, is located at the corner of Madison…More Street and Old White Plains Road, just west of Mamaroneck Avenue. The deli and grocery store tailors to the local Hispanic community, selling a variety of Latin American foods, spices and condiments. A large selection of American grocery items, made-to-order sandwiches, household goods and everyday conveniences can also be found at this friendly neighborhood bodega.
Lopez Grocery 503 Halstead Ave, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Lopez Grocery carries a wide array of everyday conveniences that range from light bulbs and toilet paper to cigarettes…More and beer. The store, which is located at Halstead Avenue in Mamaroneck, also offers a large selection of hard-to-find central American grocery items.
Berta's Kitchen 346 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Berta's Kitchen is located within O'Neill's Country Store at Mamaroneck Avenue. The restaurant offers take-out and…More catering services, and a comfortable dining area is available in the rear of the store for dine-in customers. While specializing in Salvadorian and Mexican cuisine, Berta's also serves breakfast combos, sandwiches, hamburgers and other American comfort foods.
Hole In The Wall 406 Center Ave, Mamaroneck, NY10543 Walking into this small take-out shop is like taking a step back in time. The small store is dominated by a grill and a…More lovingly worn counter, with a photo by the door of F. Sestito's Italian-American deli from 40 years ago. Mr. Sestito's daughter, Rosie Sestito, continues to serve Mamaroneck workers with breakfast and lunch staples like eggs and bacon, steak and peppers, meatball sandwiches, Reuben clubs, potato salad and chili con carne.