E 48th Street Market Italian

★★★★★
  • 2462 Jett Ferry Rd Ste 3340

    Dunwoody, GA 30338

    Map & Directions
  • 770-392-1499

About E 48th Street Market Italian

Hours
Mon - Fri, 10am - 7pm; Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sun, closed

Food

Food
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This is one of Atlanta/Dunwoody's best kept secrets. Everything about E 48th street rocks. I have never had a bad lunch and the imported items are all top notch. If you want an authentic Italian experience in Atlanta, this is a must...

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This is one of Atlanta/Dunwoody's best kept secrets. Everything about E 48th street rocks. I have never had a bad lunch and the imported items are all top notch. If you want an authentic Italian experience in Atlanta, this is a must...

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Just moved to Atlanta from long island , NY. i was told that this is the only italian deli around the area that was any good. bad first experiance. Clerk was not friendly. Not rude, but would not engage in any small talk. Fresh mozzarella was the worst i ever ate. sour taste with no salt and no flavor. Store made roast beef was dry as can be.
Will try the Ravioli tonight.

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Just moved to Atlanta from long island , NY. i was told that this is the only italian deli around the area that was any good. bad first experiance. Clerk was not friendly. Not rude, but would not engage in any small talk. Fresh mozzarella was the worst i ever ate. sour taste with no salt and no flavor. Store made roast beef was dry as can be.
Will try the Ravioli tonight.

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While visiting from New Orleans last week had the pleasure of picking up some things for dinner. Both service and food were excellent the young man who sliced everything was very helpful explaining everything and even allowing us to sample if we were not sure. The aged Provolone was some of the best I have had as was the Sopressa. Will be returning soon and plan to stop in again.

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While visiting from New Orleans last week had the pleasure of picking up some things for dinner. Both service and food were excellent the young man who sliced everything was very helpful explaining everything and even allowing us to sample if we were not sure. The aged Provolone was some of the best I have had as was the Sopressa. Will be returning soon and plan to stop in again.

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This place has great gourmet sandwiches but what my family loves most is to buy their excellent dough and sauce and make our own delicious pizzas at home.
They also have THE best fresh pasta too.

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This place has great gourmet sandwiches but what my family loves most is to buy their excellent dough and sauce and make our own delicious pizzas at home.
They also have THE best fresh pasta too.

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A family-owned and run business, E. 48th is the best sandwich shop in Dunwoody. They are always so friendly and know many of their customers by names. Not only are there great pictures up on the walls, but the food and service is wonderful. I really like the sandwich with mozzarella and roasted red peppers -- their bed is freshly baked and delicious. The Italian-style pizza is delicious as well, though my favorite dish is the pasta capri. I can't help but get some every time I go!

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A family-owned and run business, E. 48th is the best sandwich shop in Dunwoody. They are always so friendly and know many of their customers by names. Not only are there great pictures up on the walls, but the food and service is wonderful. I really like the sandwich with mozzarella and roasted red peppers -- their bed is freshly baked and delicious. The Italian-style pizza is delicious as well, though my favorite dish is the pasta capri. I can't help but get some every time I go!

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This place has got it all! Family owned and operated, they always greet you by name when you enter. Everyday they have delicious fresh baked bread, great sandwiches, pizza, and more. They also have a very well stocked assortment of Italian specialties - many imported directly. Whether it's stopping by for a fresh lunch or picking up some specialty food before dinner, E. 48th is the place to go.

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This place has got it all! Family owned and operated, they always greet you by name when you enter. Everyday they have delicious fresh baked bread, great sandwiches, pizza, and more. They also have a very well stocked assortment of Italian specialties - many imported directly. Whether it's stopping by for a fresh lunch or picking up some specialty food before dinner, E. 48th is the place to go.

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For a great selection of Italian wine - and fabulous help to find the right one; for sandwiches you crave; for a staff that remembers your name; for fresh mozz and breads assortment like you can't find in Dunwoody... it's gotta be 48th St! My son swears by their meatball subs...

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For a great selection of Italian wine - and fabulous help to find the right one; for sandwiches you crave; for a staff that remembers your name; for fresh mozz and breads assortment like you can't find in Dunwoody... it's gotta be 48th St! My son swears by their meatball subs...

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The People working here are very nice and they make great sandwiches. They are friendlier than other self proclamied sandwich kings and the prices are realistic, not $10 for a sandwich as their competition does.

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The People working here are very nice and they make great sandwiches. They are friendlier than other self proclamied sandwich kings and the prices are realistic, not $10 for a sandwich as their competition does.

Pros: Great Food, excellent Bread, easy parking

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Ex-New Yorker Charlie Augello parachuted from the corporate world some 20 years ago and opened this gem of a market, naming it in memory of the small shops his uncles ran on the Big Apple's East Side. Today he makes a good muffaletta using…

 

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