Ciao! Chi è pronto a cucinare!

In English, this translates to: Hello! Who is ready to cook?!

You hardcore Italians are going to be happy.

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The fourth Livoti's Old World Market located at 200 Mounts Corner Drive in Freehold has JUST opened their doors at 8:00 AM TODAY! (Today being April 29th)

We are excited to announce that our ribbon cutting will take place April 29th at 8AM as we proudly open our fourth...

Posted by Livoti's Old World Market on Saturday, April 17, 2021

For today, ownership reserved the 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM hour for seniors who are 65+. Then the store opened up to the public from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. LOVE THIS

Moving forward, Livoti's in Freehold will have the same operating hours as their other locations: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, 7 days a week.

If you aren't familiar, they are a family-owned and operated gourmet supermarket who specializes in Italian cuisine. Don't get me wrong....regular Supermarkets are cool too but supporting local businesses in 2021 is all the rage.

We are open!!!! Thank you to our first customer Joshua Kavett of Howell, who waited almost two hours for our doors to open! Let’s do this Freehold!!!! John Livoti

Posted by Livoti's Old World Market on Thursday, April 29, 2021

I was doing some digging on their website, and here is all they have to offer: grocery, deli, butcher, produce, bakery, bread, catering, floral and seafood.

Livoti's Old World Market also has locations in Middletown, Aberdeen and Englishtown.

Now I am not a hardcore Italian but I love Italian food.

So I asked a few friends and here are some of the top-notch ingredients that you can expect Livoti's to carry that are specifically geared towards Italian recipes

Keep an eye on their Facebook Page for updates. Thank you to TheJournalNJ.com for the info!

LIVOTI'S HAS YOUR BACK: Fresh Ingredients Geared For Italian Recipes

Anyone hungry?

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