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|Meat Shops|Philadelphia, PA 19147

930 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

(215) 922-2876

Open now:8:00 am - 6:00 pm



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The official subtitle of DiBruno Brothers is "The House of Cheese," which we validate with a selection of over 200 cheeses year round. Despite our location in the Italian Market, we stock cheeses from throughout Europe and North America. Beyond cheese, we offer a wide array of specialty foods, including the finest assortment of olive oil and vinegar in the city of Philadelphia. You can also find gourmet meats including Charcuterie and our new bacon offerings; plus super premium tuna, antipasti and barrels of imported olives. At our cheese counter you can also take away sandwiches and cold drinks.

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SeeDubbleYou on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

08/30/2015, 03:35 AM
Gourmet Ingredients, Unparalleled in Philly What can you say about DiBrunos that hasn't been said. It's not just the fact that they have the most amazing imported culinary ingredients in the city. The staff makes all the difference: Uber knowledgeable, friendly, funny - they make the entire customer experience enjoyable and you can't put a price tag on that...well I guess you can. Be prepared to drop a bundle - it will be money EXTREMELY well spent.
Frank C on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

07/29/2015, 04:31 AM
CHEESE!!! OMG, the cheese variety is the best I've ever seen in my life. Also try the black label Prosciutto, mortadella and many Italian specialties.
CHlP_CHOP_CHlP on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

07/06/2015, 02:51 AM
cheesing it up in Philly The best reason to visit little Italy. This place was the highlight of our day. If you're gonna be in Philadelphia, this should be on your list of places to visit. If you're lactose intolerant..i feel sorry for you. But it might just be worth the pain anyway. :)
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Susan W on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

06/24/2015, 03:30 AM
Aged to Perfection! No walk thru the Italian market is complete without DiBruno's! Everything under the sun cheese wise. Aged to perfection. Check out their brand to cocktail cheeses, Great intuitive flavors! Olive bar to die for! Fancy little treats line the walls. Everything gourmet in one stop shopping.
Brian D on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

06/04/2015, 04:01 AM
What a cool place I stopped in here to check this place out and both me and my wife were amazed with all the selection of meats, cheeses, olives, etc. One of the workers there offered to help us and let us sample olive oil and vinegar. We ended up purchasing an awesome tasting olive oil. We definitely were impressed and will be back in the future to buy other things. If you are looking for a great place to get real authentic Italian stuff then stop by this place.
cuciotta on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

06/03/2015, 03:57 AM
Just like Italy! Di Bruno Brothers in the Italian Market on 9th Street, is much like the cheese stores or formaggiera I've visit in Italy. I love cheese and this store is for cheese lovers! And cheese tasters! The staff is always ready to cut a sliver off a block of cheese for a taste. Cured meats, olives, breads are also available and the atmosphere is so very friendly. A great place to enjoy a bit of Italy!
WilmaRichmond on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

05/18/2015, 05:47 AM
wonderful place! This is a must stop on your list when visiting south Philly's Italian Market. Yes, it's expensive. But you get what you pay for. The service is impeccable. The workers give out samples and suggestions. Tell them what you are drinking, they'll tell you what cheese to get. Oh the cheese! The maxx is one of my favorites. Pepporoni? Salami? They have it all. Please go in and stock up. then, like me, you'll be back next month for more!
DeeMD215 on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

04/30/2015, 01:12 AM
First time i was very disappointed This is one place i always said i feel like i died and went to heaven..and i'm hoping it was just an off day of dropping in after spending $35 here..but one items i just love is Pasta Carmella..i dont like it dry but this batch i took home was so loaded with mayo i left a good bit of got sickening after awhile eating it..i have noticed lately they do not make it as good as it once was. . I ordered out of curiosity a mac and cheese sandwich..which was toasted on a multigrain type slice bread..well it was very bland..i had thought the mac and cheese would be a thick slab and rather multi type cheese and tasty..was a thin amount of mac and cheese with some type spread and a orangish dipping sauce..ugh.. i threw half out. I picked up some pretzel fingers w/a white dipping sauce garlic parm type.. the pretzels were stale this at 2 pm..the dip thick and pasty. Not fun having to put almost 40 bucks on your credit card and throw most of it out.. anyhow..there were lots of yummy looking stuff..but i think my days of loving pasta carmella..or some of their sandwiches might be gone..lots of it looks good..but either bland or overdone .. I'll have to try some new things and they do have great items cheeses and jar items..meats..etc. so don't let my disappointing visit..detract from the awesomeness of the store.
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Dear DeeMD215, Thank you so much for taking the time to give us your valuable feedback. We take all of our customer feedback very seriously as they provide us teachable moments for our staff. Please know your feedback about the Pasta Carmella and Mac & Cheese Grilled Cheese will be addressed immediately within our team. We would sincerely appreciate the opportunity to redeem ourselves, if you’d be so kind to e-mail us at marketing [at] dibruno [dot] com with your name and contact information. Thank you, Di Bruno Bros. Social Team

alisonpalmer1020 on Trip Advisor

6 years ago

04/29/2015, 05:11 AM
A Gem amongst the Rough There is no question that the Italian market is dying. Di Bruno Brothers is an absolute beacon amongst the decay of the neighborhood. Be prepared to sample cheeses to your hearts content. It does get crowded since it's such a small shop, but you have to brave the crowd for the delicious delights within. It goes well beyond a cheese monger ' s delight with offerings of assorted olives, meats, and other foodie fodder.
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