Harvest Market on the Sound, a 5,000-square-foot upscale gourmet market, will open in Mamaroneck in about six weeks.
Angelo Salzillo, the owner, tells me he’s “bringing Manhattan to Mamaroneck, but leaving the prices and the attitude behind.”
The market, in its own new freestanding building next to Boston Market on Boston Post Road, will have a trendy harvest theme, with rustic colors of orange and brown and Brazilian floor tiles. Angelo says they’re going to “swish it up” in the bathroom with Moroccan tile.
“It will be vibrant,” he says. “With beautiful lights coming down.”
He’s taking his favorite parts of gourmet markets like Whole Foods, Dean & Deluca, Gracie’s and Garden of Eden and putting them together in one shop. There will be a granite and marble coffee bar, a deli carrying organic (Applegate) and regular (Boar’s Head) cold cuts, a full fledge kitchen for prepared food and a brick oven pizza oven for bread and pizza.
He’s also going to carry produce, meat, fish, macrobiotic and vegetarian meals, gluten-free products and exotic ingredients.
Look for photos on this blog soon.
703 W. Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck. No phone yet.