Opening Party Pixs: Maglio’s Market Opens In South Philly

You know the name, the long standing reputation in the community, now you can buy the product directly from their brand spanking new market in South Philly Maglio’s Market. The  67-year-old sausage company that has been supplying Philadelphia
with tube-shaped meats for decades, opened their new market earlier this month.

Converting a space in the building where Maglio’s sausage production used to take place, (they’ve moved to a larger location nearby),

  the sausage company sells their finest meats, like sweet and spicy
sausage, meatballs, breakfast sausage, delicious cheese, spreads,
Italian cookies,

 There will also be a full Dietz & Watson deli counter, an olive bar,
an extensive range of Cento Fine Italian Foods, Citterio Italian
specialty meats, fresh baked bread from Cacia’s Bakery, seasonal items
for the holidays and an assortment of classic Italian desserts like
cakes, cannoli and cookies. And a hoagie station will offer a selection
of sandwiches.

“The Maglio family is proud to expand our 67-year legacy while bringing
jobs and foot traffic back to South Philly.” said Anthony Maglio Jr.,
President of Maglio Sausage Co. “We are thrilled to offer top quality
and affordable Italian products to the city of Philadelphia.”

Roseanne Lanza, Lorraine McNelis and Joe Dabowski
Camielle Maglio and Anthony Maglio Jr.

When I was a kid my family alternated Thanksgiving with these Maglio’s, we’d have dinner one year at our house in Cherry Hill, one year at their house in South Philly. BUT we’d always spend New Year’s Day with them to enjoy the love of the mummers and football. Jerry Maglio, Christine Maglio, Rita Maglio, Patty Maglio, Pat Maglio, Lisette Maglio

Dawn Mezaroba, Christine Durso and Karen Cole work in the office and love it they told me.
Martin Schieken, and Angelo Lutz (Kitchen Consigliere)
Bobby Rydell stopped by

Maglio’s Market has an extensive cheese selections as well as lunch meats
Perry Milou whipping up one of his creations

Gordana Loncar and Trish Hueber

The Market will also offer all the fixins’, including potato salad,
coleslaw and  Italian sodas. For the more discerning customer, Anthony
Maglio Jr. will be curating a collection of fine, high-end cheeses from
around the world.
Anthony, AJ Sembello and  Lauren A. Beloff
Ed O’Donnell (Who is cruising in the warm tropics right now, so jealous) and Susan Weislers both of Samuel’s Seafood. After you hit Maglio’s head on over to Samuel’s for you seafood, it’s across the street.
The Market will be located just down the street from Philadelphia’s
stadiums in the heart of South Philly. The market will be open Monday
through Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday 9
a.m.-3 p.m. with early hours for home Eagles games. For more
information, visit or call 215-4MAGLIO.