Eastern European Grocery Story, Yummy Europe, plans opening in the ‘Burg

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St. Petersburg loves a grocery store, and a new concept called Yummy Europe is set to join the scene in late August.

The 1,200-square-foot store will feature a deluge of curious treats, proteins, and sweets for shoppers to indulge in.

Smoked meats, cheeses on the menu

“We will be focusing on selling Eastern European goodies like smoked meats (sausages, bacon, salami, ham), cheeses, sweets, spices, snacks, pickled veggies, coffee, canned veggie spreads, international wine and beer,” the Yummy Europe ownership wrote in a message to I Love the ‘Burg.

They are also working on getting their permit to be able to make our own home made Romanian specialty sausages and stuffed cabbage in-house.

Produce from local farms 

A small to-go deli department is also planned. Teased grab and go meals include chicken salad croissants, egg salad sandwiches, tuna salad sandwiches, veggie wraps, ham sandwiches and more.

Produce from local farms (including eggs) will also be represented on the shelves, in addition to some specialty sauces and aiolis.

Follow the concept on Facebook for updates.

Yummy Europe, 1320 34th Street North.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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