San Francisco residents recognise Molinari's for their Italian combo sandwich and Sicilian arancini.

Molinari Delicatessen

Since 1895, Sahadi's has served New Yorkers Middle Eastern cuisine. Sahadi's Atlantic Avenue location opened in 1948.

Sahadi’s, New York City

This Barcelona delicatessen is on the Art Nouveau European Trail thanks to its modernist storefront with 19th-century signs.

Queviures Múrria, Barcelona

Gabriel Baranovskii established this Russian retail store in the early 1900s.

Eliseyev Emporium, St. Petersburg, Russia

This deli and grocery store has been in the same NYC location for 80 years.

Zabar's, New York City

La Grande Épicerie is one of the world's most stunning food halls. It opened in 1923 at Rive Gauche but is now on Rue de Sèvres.

La Grande Épicerie de Paris, Paris

Gene's is one of Chicago's most famous delis, providing smoked sausages, fresh and cured meats, and the city's greatest chicken soup.

Gene’s Sausage Shop & Delicatessen, Chicago

Elm Row's 1934 delicatessen is Scotland's oldest. It was founded by two Italian families and sells Italian and Scottish delicacies, including centuries-old Fonteluma sausage.

Valvona & Crolla, Edinburgh, Scotland

Harrods' food halls began as a single-counter grocery store built by Charles Henry Harrod in 1849.

Harrods, London, England

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