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Find Groceries and Provisions at These Philly Restaurants

Baking supplies, tinned fish, local cheeses, and more are on the menus at these local restaurants and cafes

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Thanks to a handful of forward-thinking restaurateurs pivoting to sell provisions and groceries in the wake of the pandemic, access to quality ingredients in Philadelphia is at an all-time high. Businesses that have chosen to supplement limited dining options with additional retail space have afforded lucky Philadelphians the chance to expand their grocery shopping horizons. Newly minted gourmet shops have been doubling down, making life more convenient and upping the appeal of home cooking, all while helping beloved local businesses stay afloat.

Whether motivation lies in skipping another fraught trip to the Trader Joe’s or sourcing chef-level provisions, home cooks can find something to upgrade every meal at these restaurant-turned-grocery gems.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Founding Farmers

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255 Main St Suite 180
King of Prussia, PA 19406
(484) 808-4008
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In King of Prussia, Founding Farmers is now a full-fledged grocery store where customers can shop by department online. There is produce, eggs, meat, dairy, deli items, bread, snack foods, condiments, flour, beer and wine, pet food, and a lot more. Schedule a pickup order or choose delivery for $6.99.

2. Small Oven Pastry Shop

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2204 Washington Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19146
(215) 545-2939
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A one-stop shop offering killer porchetta sandwiches and picture-perfect pastries was already a dream come true during a year when takeout took over. But the folks behind this Washington Avenue walk-up window have taken it a step further by introducing Small Oven Ingredient Mini Market, a concept tailor-made for those who have taken up baking as a pandemic pastime. Pastry ingredients like almond flour, chocolate pistoles, and vanilla bean paste can be pre-ordered online.

3. Vernick at Home

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2031 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(267) 639-6644
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Quarantine cooking fatigue is a real thing. To combat kitchen burnout, Vernick has transformed its next-door wine shop into a world of inspiration with sauces, spices, dry goods, and preserves that will inspire even the most exhausted home cook. The current list of provisions lines up spices from New York’s La Boîte, Kiki Aranita’s new range of Poi Dog Hawaiian seasonings, imported Abruzzese pastas, and salami made by former Vernick beverage manager J.B. Bernstein at his family’s heritage pork farm. Order online for pickup and delivery.

4. Bar Bombón

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133 S 18th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(267) 606-6612
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Just off Rittenhouse Square, vegan eatery Bar Bombon is selling produce, bread, hot sauce, non-dairy yogurt, cream cheese, sour cream, and milk. Call to order for curbside pickup or use Caviar, Grubhub, or DoorDash for delivery. The restaurant’s regular menu of tacos, nachos, and tres leches cake is also available.

5. Di Bruno Bros. (multiple locations)

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1730 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 665-9220
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Along with a large selection of prepared foods — including pizza and stromboli from Alimentari in Rittenhouse — this long-running Philly chain sells pantry items like flour, yeast, and dried beans, all different types of meats and cheeses (and vegan versions of both), loaves of bread, eggs, milk, wine, beer, and more. All locations offer pickup and both the Ardmore and Rittenhouse locations offer delivery. Plus, a new 8,000 square-foot market is set to open in Wayne in March. Find details on what’s available online.

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6. Gran Caffe L'Aquila

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1716 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 568-5600
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The owners of Gran Caffe L’Aquila were looking into opening a gourmet grocery store separate from the multilevel Italian restaurant. When the pandemic hit they adjusted their plans, instead transforming the first floor of the restaurant into an Italian market with wine, beer, coffee, pasta, meat, produce, cheese, oils, flour, and much more. The items are available via in-store shopping, curbside pickup, local delivery (Caviar and Mercato), and national shipping.

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7. Stargazy

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1838 E Passyunk Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 309-2761
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East Passyunk’s very own pie shop is well stocked with sweets and snacks from the U.K. In-store and online, you can find everything from Lyle’s Black Treacle and Golden Syrup, PG Tips for a real deal cuppa, as well as savory staples like Branston Pickle, Marmite, and prawn cocktail flavored Walkers Crisps.

8. Mighty Bread Company

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1211 Gerritt St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 607-3205
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Mighty Bread Company’s sourdough game is strong: The menu includes nine varieties plus baguettes, brioche, ciabatta and pastries, but what sets this bakery apart from the competition is a well thought-out collection of bread-friendly fare. Think fresh nectarine and apricot-vanilla jams, cultured butters, and Tuscan hazelnut chocolate spread. With country ham, domestic ’nduja and imported Iberico, plus Haven Hill Fromage Blanc and Hidden Hills Old Gold, all of the makings for a top-tier charcuterie board can be found at Mighty, as well. Preorder online.

9. Bibou

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1009 S 8th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 965-8290
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Chef Pierre Calmel’s legendary tasting menus at Bibou might be on hold for the moment, but in the meantime, the BYO space has been deftly transformed into a boutique offering haute French imports. Order online and stock up on pralines and truffles from famed Parisian chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat, bottles of lightly effervescent Badoit mineral water, and expertly executed classics like pâté en croûte and bake-at-home escargot.

10. Herman's Coffee

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1313 S 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Herman’s Coffee has always been more than a place to grab a cold brew. Even pre-pandemic, the space was home to pop-up dinners and visiting food trucks. Owner Mat Falco opted to add a gourmet market to his cafe setup back in October, and since then the stock has been steadily expanding. There is an attention-grabbing selection of canned fish and Spanish conservas, artisan soy sauces and miso out of Japan, as well as a formidable lineup of bitters and mixers to outfit home bars. Order online.

11. United By Blue

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205 Race St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(267) 457-3114
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Pre-pandemic, United By Blue was a clothing store with a cafe, but now it’s a well-stocked grocery delivery and pickup service with pantry items like flour and sugar, produce, dairy, eggs, condiments, and household goods like laundry detergent. Use GrubHub for delivery.

12. Luna Kitchen & Provisions

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1700 N 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19122
(267) 703-8807
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There are no shortage of great takeout options in Kensington and Fishtown, but the grocery offerings in these neighborhoods pale in comparison. Happily for those who prefer to stay close to home, rather than, say, braving the Acme parking lot, Luna Kitchen & Provisions provides a formidable selection of groceries to keep local fridges well stocked. Luna’s lineup ranges from Pennsylvania cheeses, non-dairy milks, and Beyond burgers to weeknight meal-makers like taco kits and boxed mac and cheese — all of which are organic, of course.

13. The Little Hen

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220 Kings Hwy E
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
(856) 528-2282
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Back in November chef Mike Stollenwerk and partner Felice Leibowitz flipped their intimate BYOB into a homey market on Haddonfield’s main drag. Switching gears from fine dining to grab-and-go gourmet, the Little Hen Market is stocked with imported cheeses and cured meats, elevated condiments like Champagne vinegar and truffle butter, plus plenty of fresh baguettes. Those looking to brighten up their home cooking set up will find chef quality French cookware from de Buyer and a colorful library of cookbooks for sale.

1. Founding Farmers

255 Main St Suite 180, King of Prussia, PA 19406

In King of Prussia, Founding Farmers is now a full-fledged grocery store where customers can shop by department online. There is produce, eggs, meat, dairy, deli items, bread, snack foods, condiments, flour, beer and wine, pet food, and a lot more. Schedule a pickup order or choose delivery for $6.99.

255 Main St Suite 180
King of Prussia, PA 19406

2. Small Oven Pastry Shop

2204 Washington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146

A one-stop shop offering killer porchetta sandwiches and picture-perfect pastries was already a dream come true during a year when takeout took over. But the folks behind this Washington Avenue walk-up window have taken it a step further by introducing Small Oven Ingredient Mini Market, a concept tailor-made for those who have taken up baking as a pandemic pastime. Pastry ingredients like almond flour, chocolate pistoles, and vanilla bean paste can be pre-ordered online.

2204 Washington Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19146

3. Vernick at Home

2031 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Quarantine cooking fatigue is a real thing. To combat kitchen burnout, Vernick has transformed its next-door wine shop into a world of inspiration with sauces, spices, dry goods, and preserves that will inspire even the most exhausted home cook. The current list of provisions lines up spices from New York’s La Boîte, Kiki Aranita’s new range of Poi Dog Hawaiian seasonings, imported Abruzzese pastas, and salami made by former Vernick beverage manager J.B. Bernstein at his family’s heritage pork farm. Order online for pickup and delivery.

2031 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

4. Bar Bombón

133 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Just off Rittenhouse Square, vegan eatery Bar Bombon is selling produce, bread, hot sauce, non-dairy yogurt, cream cheese, sour cream, and milk. Call to order for curbside pickup or use Caviar, Grubhub, or DoorDash for delivery. The restaurant’s regular menu of tacos, nachos, and tres leches cake is also available.

133 S 18th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

5. Di Bruno Bros. (multiple locations)

1730 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
square slices of pizza Gab Bonghi

Along with a large selection of prepared foods — including pizza and stromboli from Alimentari in Rittenhouse — this long-running Philly chain sells pantry items like flour, yeast, and dried beans, all different types of meats and cheeses (and vegan versions of both), loaves of bread, eggs, milk, wine, beer, and more. All locations offer pickup and both the Ardmore and Rittenhouse locations offer delivery. Plus, a new 8,000 square-foot market is set to open in Wayne in March. Find details on what’s available online.

1730 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

6. Gran Caffe L'Aquila

1716 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
shelves lined with gourmet groceries Gran Caffe L’Aquila

The owners of Gran Caffe L’Aquila were looking into opening a gourmet grocery store separate from the multilevel Italian restaurant. When the pandemic hit they adjusted their plans, instead transforming the first floor of the restaurant into an Italian market with wine, beer, coffee, pasta, meat, produce, cheese, oils, flour, and much more. The items are available via in-store shopping, curbside pickup, local delivery (Caviar and Mercato), and national shipping.

1716 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

7. Stargazy

1838 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148

East Passyunk’s very own pie shop is well stocked with sweets and snacks from the U.K. In-store and online, you can find everything from Lyle’s Black Treacle and Golden Syrup, PG Tips for a real deal cuppa, as well as savory staples like Branston Pickle, Marmite, and prawn cocktail flavored Walkers Crisps.

1838 E Passyunk Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148

8. Mighty Bread Company

1211 Gerritt St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Mighty Bread Company’s sourdough game is strong: The menu includes nine varieties plus baguettes, brioche, ciabatta and pastries, but what sets this bakery apart from the competition is a well thought-out collection of bread-friendly fare. Think fresh nectarine and apricot-vanilla jams, cultured butters, and Tuscan hazelnut chocolate spread. With country ham, domestic ’nduja and imported Iberico, plus Haven Hill Fromage Blanc and Hidden Hills Old Gold, all of the makings for a top-tier charcuterie board can be found at Mighty, as well. Preorder online.

1211 Gerritt St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

9. Bibou

1009 S 8th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Chef Pierre Calmel’s legendary tasting menus at Bibou might be on hold for the moment, but in the meantime, the BYO space has been deftly transformed into a boutique offering haute French imports. Order online and stock up on pralines and truffles from famed Parisian chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat, bottles of lightly effervescent Badoit mineral water, and expertly executed classics like pâté en croûte and bake-at-home escargot.

1009 S 8th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

10. Herman's Coffee

1313 S 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Herman’s Coffee has always been more than a place to grab a cold brew. Even pre-pandemic, the space was home to pop-up dinners and visiting food trucks. Owner Mat Falco opted to add a gourmet market to his cafe setup back in October, and since then the stock has been steadily expanding. There is an attention-grabbing selection of canned fish and Spanish conservas, artisan soy sauces and miso out of Japan, as well as a formidable lineup of bitters and mixers to outfit home bars. Order online.

1313 S 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

11. United By Blue

205 Race St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Pre-pandemic, United By Blue was a clothing store with a cafe, but now it’s a well-stocked grocery delivery and pickup service with pantry items like flour and sugar, produce, dairy, eggs, condiments, and household goods like laundry detergent. Use GrubHub for delivery.

205 Race St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

12. Luna Kitchen & Provisions

1700 N 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

There are no shortage of great takeout options in Kensington and Fishtown, but the grocery offerings in these neighborhoods pale in comparison. Happily for those who prefer to stay close to home, rather than, say, braving the Acme parking lot, Luna Kitchen & Provisions provides a formidable selection of groceries to keep local fridges well stocked. Luna’s lineup ranges from Pennsylvania cheeses, non-dairy milks, and Beyond burgers to weeknight meal-makers like taco kits and boxed mac and cheese — all of which are organic, of course.

1700 N 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19122

13. The Little Hen

220 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Back in November chef Mike Stollenwerk and partner Felice Leibowitz flipped their intimate BYOB into a homey market on Haddonfield’s main drag. Switching gears from fine dining to grab-and-go gourmet, the Little Hen Market is stocked with imported cheeses and cured meats, elevated condiments like Champagne vinegar and truffle butter, plus plenty of fresh baguettes. Those looking to brighten up their home cooking set up will find chef quality French cookware from de Buyer and a colorful library of cookbooks for sale.

220 Kings Hwy E
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

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