It's the first Lithuanian food store in Los Angeles. They have imported many things from the old country including impossible-to-find specialty pickles and cabbage, frozen foods like Dadu ice cream. They stock electric graters that shred potatoes for cepelinai, kugelis, and of course potato pancakes. VISIT SITE
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Great little Lithuanian deli/market that doubles as a neighborhood convenience store. The owners are very friendly and helpful and gave me a guided tour of all the Lithuanian specialty items ranged from mayonnaise, canned goods, sausages, to chocolates. For a quick snack, I highly recommend the Dadu ice cream treat that is prominently advertised.
This is a Lithuanian bakery/deli with some Polish pastries and dishes. Everything here is very good. Recommend getting/trying their hot dishes in the deli. Besides a wide variety of things baked in-house, they also have shelves of Polish/Lithuanian items and a deli counter as well.
They also have a small store next to the cafe in case you want to buy any Lithuanian groceries. Cafe Smilga includes a deli and carries many imported canned and jarred goods as well as bread and sweets.
Great place for Polish items, and some Lithuanian items.It doesn't look like much from the outside, but when you go in, there are plenty of shelves packed full. They don't have as much in stock as Euromart down the road, but they still have a massive selection of breads, teas, and the ubiquitous Pickled Veg In Jars. You will find in this market, among other amazing imports, true Latvian rye bread, both the dark and light varieties.
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
The food is cheap, fresh, and recommend the rye bread and poppy bread (a dessert actually). You must try their babkas! The cheese they use is not too sweet or too dry and the babka itself is soft. If you have a hankering for food your Eastern European heritage is calling you to, you will find most of it here. VISIT SITE
The food is organized by country of origin - Russia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Israel, Portugal, etc. This store is amazing, don't let its small size fool you. It carries an eclectic mix of foodstuffs from the former USSR as well as a wide array of Israeli brand products. They also have a wide array of wines and beers from not only Russia, but from eastern europe as well.. In addition, you can find imported spices, teas, coffees, smoked fish, breads, sausages, cheeses and frozen foods.