Besides markets to cater to the Polish and Irish immigrants that live in my neighborhood we also have an Italian market Iavarone Brothers which caters to the Italian-Americans in my neighborhood. There isn't a flock of Italians coming into my area but the children and grandchildren and great grandchildren of Italian immigrants in Queens have for the most part stayed in the surround neighborhoods and Iavarone Brothers is a nice place that reminds them of their grandmother's kitchens. Iavarone Brothers also has a few other stores in the surrounding towns. The market is amazing. I needed to go in there to get some of the ingredients for my Pizza Rustica and lamb kebabs. Sure I could go to the supermarket but they don't have everything. I walk inside and a little part of me thinks this is what Italy must be like. Or at least in my imagination. The whiff of whatever the hot and cold bars have to offer hits me. Some antipasta salad or meatballs. The next sense that is made happy are my ears because over the speakers some Italian crooner is singing. As I keep walking around I smile as I look at how much they have to offer. Besides the hot and cold bars they have various cheeses(not just mozzarella, ricotta or provolone), cold cuts, seafood, meat, canned goods, produce, bread and frozen products. I tried their fresh ricotta. Totally different then what you find in the supermarket. It is very good. So if you find any specialty store take a look around. It is the yummiest way to learn about a country.