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Monday, January 18, 2010

What's Inside? Angelo's Bakery

If you didn't read my post of yesterday... Stop! And go back to yesterday and read that post first. 

This is the rest of the store.... AHH! Angelo's Bakery!




They have a nice selection of grocery items. Lots of specialty items with Italian and Portuguese flavor.  I bought milk and eggs, pizza dough in a baggie and some salami and ham. A nice fresh hunk of mozzarella for my pizza Saturday night.




A super long deli counter. This is the cold meat and cheese side. Look at how clean that floor is?





If it's cheese... they sell it.




If it's some kind of Deli meat... they sell it!




Of course the bakery was how it all started. The selection is truly amazing!




All the walls have murals. This case is full of sandwiches, lasagna's and cakes.
The fella' was trying to decide what kind of bread to choose.




A cake for every occasion. So hard to pick!




This was my lunch. Five chicken wings, sweet BBQ sauce. 
(89 cents each!) 
Brio is a delicious Italian carbonated beverage. Sort of pruney. 
I love it! 
And of course my dessert. (Featured yesterday.) 
My lunch total was $8.97 





This chap was relaxing with the London Free Press. 

 

Daddy had his little girl's out for lunch. They were adorable!


I left this wonderful place full and happy. Two baggies loaded with tasty stuff that made the best pizza that night! 


Thanks for coming along with me and if you're ever in London, Ontario, stop in to any of the Angelo's Bakeries scattered around the city. I've never had anything from there that wasn't just the best!
 


8 comments:

Eva Gallant said...

Wow! The place is so clean and your pictures are so clear! I would love to stop there. Hope I get there someday!

ethelmaepotter! said...

Love the picture of the man reading the newspaper - the dark tones set the stage perfectly. And the murals are fantastic. But...WAIT! Look at that second photo, on the left hand side...isn't that...PIE?

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That would be the place to go! I would love it! How great to be able to shop there all the time!

Richard @ The Bewildered Brit said...

I must never been allowed into this bakery.

Once inside, I'd never leave. :)

♥Mimi♥ said...

OK, first, I am jealous of the fact that you hardly have any snow! Whaaaaaa!

Next, I WANT a piece of the Tiramisu! So, please go back and buy me a piece and head for the Mackinac Bridge. I'll meet you in St. Ignace☺

Nina Diane said...

mmm...looks like a place I would love to go to

Shopgirl said...

I would shop here for sure...everything looks so good. I would leave with a arm load of cheese.
Beautiful post...Mary

My Casa Bella said...

This looks like a place where you can spend a long time looking and then spend a paycheck at, I would have too much fun in here.
BTW, thanks for stopping by and saying hi and for your encouraging words. How in the world did you find me?
Arlene