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DeCicco & Sons seeks to expand into Connecticut with Greenwich store

(Rendering courtesy Studio RAI)

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by DeCicco & Sons. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

Greenwich, CT – June 27, 2024—DeCicco & Sons, the beloved family-owned gourmet marketplace, is making its Connecticut debut with a new store in Greenwich. Set to occupy a spacious 20,000-square-foot space at 11 Glen Ridge Road, this eagerly anticipated location will be the company’s 12th store overall and its first in Connecticut. The store is slated to welcome shoppers in the Summer of 2025, pending town approval.

Greenwich residents can look forward to an unparalleled selection of premium products and renowned customer experience. From gourmet groceries to specialty departments, DeCicco & Sons offers the highest-quality selections throughout the store. Highlights include their acclaimed beer selection, famous Italian bakery, fresh produce, and highly rated prepared foods. DeCicco & Sons Naturally will also be featured, offering meats from partner farms that align with the company’s core values of humanely raised animals without using antibiotics or added hormones.

This one-stop shop will offer freshly brewed coffee to custom-made cakes, sushi, salads, and more. For those seeking prepared meals, the on-site production kitchen will feature a hot food bar, grab-and-go meals, salads, and sides, perfect for lunch or dinner.

DeCicco & Sons Greenwich goes beyond groceries. The store will host a dedicated Event Planner to assist with everything from casual order pick-ups to fully staffed events, leveraging the company’s multi-award-winning catering expertise. Further demonstrating its commitment to the community, DeCicco & Sons will also offer a school rebate program to benefit local Greenwich schools.

The Greenwich store will be constructed with eco-friendly practices in mind. It will use Pozzotive, a building material incorporating recycled glass into concrete, and reclaimed brick and wood throughout to minimize the store’s carbon footprint. The commitment to sustainability extends to the store’s operations, utilizing energy-efficient systems and recycling heat generated by refrigeration equipment to power hot water and in-store heating. Additionally, the store will employ non-ozone-depleting refrigerant, high-efficiency equipment.

DeCicco & Sons has a long history of providing quality, fresh food, and exceptional customer service. For over 50 years, they have offered the finest selection of groceries, prepared foods, and specialty items. The company is excited to bring outstanding quality and a superior shopping experience to Greenwich.

All store details, features, and opening date are pending approval from the town of Greenwich. Architectural design for DeCicco & Sons has been provided by Studio RAI. To stay updated on the store’s opening, follow DeCicco & Sons on Instagram (@deciccos) and Facebook or sign up for their weekly email.

About DeCicco & Sons

DeCicco’s was founded in 1973 when John DeCicco. Sr. acquired a small grocery store in the Bronx, where he worked as a delivery boy. From those humble beginnings, together with his bother Joe Sr., DeCicco’s grew across Westchester. DeCicco & Sons was formed in 2006 by sons John Jr., Joseph Jr., and Christopher DeCicco with the opening of DeCicco & Sons Ardsley.

The family-owned business presently operates premium markets in Ardsley, Armonk, Bedford, Brewster, Eastchester, Harrison, Larchmont, Millwood, Pelham, Somers, and Sleepy Hollow, New York. DeCicco & Sons is widely known and regarded for its world-renowned beer department, award-winning prepared gourmet foods, and specialty departments. DeCicco & Sons exclusively carries antibiotic and hormone-free, humanely raised meat from family farms. Other notable items include store-made mozzarella, fresh guacamole, a full-service bakery, and award-winning catering. For more information about DeCicco & Sons, please visit


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