This place is closed. It should not be on this list at all. It takes up space and misleads potential visitors to Rockland. Makes Trip Advisor look out of date, too.
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slow service with overpriced wines and meat bought from curtis meats in warren then the price is bumped up so you overpay for a piece of meat that you could of bought yourself
Small selection, but great quality of whatever they do have. Local cheeses, wonderful sliced meats, perfect baguettes.
S&M was an excellent place to grab lunch and go or have a cup of coffee and enjoy the free wi-fi. Sadly, they closed in January 2013.
Coffee, tea, breakfast and lunch are all freshly prepared. Everything is prepared on the premises with the exception of some bread items which com from another amazing local bakery. Friendly dinners are served (reservations) periodically. There is a different theme for each dinner and the...More
If you want a small or large amount of fresh spices, here is where you'll get them. Need them ground? They will do it. You will also find delicious baked goods and coffee too.
I recently came here to get salami and different cheeses from the deli and do some Christmas shopping. As usual, I was greeted with a genuinely caring and enthusiastic attitude by the people working there. I realized then the reasons for why I come here...More
During our week in Rockland, my husband and I frequented this delightful little place. Their baguettes far surpass any I've had in the States, and their scones were truly delightful! The ginger scone sounded strange, but I tried it anyway........ended up coming back the next...More
We bought sandwiches to go and they were delicious. This place is a little outside Rockland center and we had to hunt a bit to find it as we had a Groupon discount coupon. Glad we did, because the sandwiches were delicious.
This market offers a fine selection of what you may need for a picnic on an island or to supplement the days catch for the evening meal. I often stop in on my way home to grab croissants for the next morning or bread to...More