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Anyone else shop at Quattro's?

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Anyone else shop at Quattro's?

lucia | Oct 9, 2002 12:51 PM

Just thinking that I haven't seen a post about the Quattro Farm store on Route 44, about a minute west of the Taconic in Pleasant Valley. Anyone headed up the Taconic should pop in. He sells game birds at the Greenmarket, but the store is a trip and way better prices than Adam's.

What I get there:

Giant jars of capers (7.99) and salted anchovies
Frozen semi-boneless Georgia quail (4 for 9.99)
Giant tins of Turkish dolmades (6.99), not as good as homemade, but hey
Fresh or frozen pheasants, depending what he has
Bulk spices and dried herbs
Italian pastas, olives, pulses
Limonata soda
Fresh made venison sausage, other sausages
Italian cold cuts and cheeses
Whatever looks interesting in the meat locker

It's kind of dusty and funky and attached to a gun shop, but he's got a surprising variety of cool stuff without the "gourmet" lifestyle prices. His bread is bad, though, and no produce to speak of. It's turkey season now, so he might have wild ones fresh.

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