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Their store specialize in selling Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish and all Eastern European food/groceries. Great selection of yummy European foods and super friendly staff!!! Definitely recommend this store to anyone looking for some delicious delicatessens!

City: Phoenix

This is a well-stocked Eastern European food market. You will find many, many products from Russia and former Soviet countries. Try the selection of wines, or one of many Kabasa or fish from the meat counter. This is basically a large specialty market. It mainly carries Russian items as well as a lot of Moldavian, Armenian, Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, and Georgian items

City: Phoenix


The owners are of Russian descent but the shelves are lined with items from Eastern Europe, and Israel.  Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Latvia, Hungary, you'll find somethin' here. In the refrigerated section, pretty much any combination of beets, potatoes, and cabbage is available.  As far as packaged goods, variation is no obstacle, and they have just about everything (or an alternative) to anything you might possibly want from the Motherland.

La Jolla
City: Los Angeles


Malincho is a Bulgarian deli and mini market located in a shopping plaza off of Lee Street and down the street from Mehanata restaurant. They also carry some German foods including sausage and chocolate items. This is by far the biggest Bulgarian grocerystore in Chicago. Their prices are phenomenal and the staff is awesome.  Try their cheeses and meats in the deli. VISIT SITE

City: Des Plaines

The first Bulgarian specialty store in the United States.They make our own homemade Bulgarian Salamis ,Sodjock,Luckanka, Pasterma,File Elena, Benski Staretz, Kababtcheteh, Kufftetah...and much  more  :) and stock Bulgarian foods, Feta, Kashkaval ,and Salamis (Sodjok, Lukanka, Pasterma,Elena, Kebapcheta, Kuifteta, Karnache,Beski Starets, Specko,Cervelat...and much more. Visit Site

at Willow St
City: Schiller Park

Imported goods line the walls and there is a small but well stocked shelf in the middle of it all. You'll find everything from herbal teas to magazines. They also carry juices, coffees, chips and other snacks. Great place to shop for the eastern European flavors.

b/t Ruby St & 25th St.
City: Schiller Park


It's a mix of a Middle Eastern market & liquor store. The selection, including some African products is pretty amazing and varied. They had all sorts of foods, spices and other selections.

Cool little food/  gourmet/ convenience store.   Imported foods that are hand selected by the owner, "Mo" -- who is so friendly and will let you taste the newest finds..... sometimes brownies and other sweets.... sometimes a new middle eastern dip that is unique to his store.... just lots of stuff. Also pedestrian things like Sprite, milk, etc. They've got great foods from England, Ireland, other Middle Eastern countries, great feta cheese from France and Bulgaria, yogurt from Greece, Armenian breads ... the list goes on and on.

City: Boston


If you are looking for Eastern European/Russian groceries, beverages, deli items, or desserts....this is the place. There's a large selection of cheap-ish alcohol, candy, pastries (try creamy Napoleon cake - layers upon layers of flaky puff pastry smothered in buttercream). Excellent source for Eastern European comfort food. Mostly Russian/Ukranian but with a few Polish, Bulgarian, and Georgian items as well. Ridiculously good variety of bread, pastry, and pierogi/vareniki/whatever. Reasonable prices. Visit Web Site

City: Boston

New York

This is a Eastern European (Romanian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Macedonian) and Turkish market. This place is, quite literally, filled to the brim with affordable and hard to find goodies. Good selection of dried fruits, olives and nuts, pickled goods, preserves, desserts, breads, small selection of cheese, tinned and dried meats and charcuterie from Europe and a couple of local makers. VISIT SITE

City: New York


Well known to every Russian in Philadelphia is Netcost Market, a supermarket that specializes in Eastern European foods. This is destination shopping for every foodie in the know. Best Russian grocery store in Philly. Big variety, good prices and staff.

City: Philadelphia


Try all their varieties of grape leaves! And their string cheese is yummy. Extensive selection of olive oils, herbs and unusual grains from all over the world. You will have fun investigating their unusual inventory. All your Middle Eastern, European ethnic foods under one roof for an amazingly honest price. The whole store is always clean, organized and well stocked. At Phoenicia, you can buy every conceivable cut of meat, several kinds of baklava (I didn't realize there were so many regional variations), and almost every cheese you can imagine. VISIT SITE

City: Houston

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