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Love grabbing some coffee hear, always have time to read a nice short book!
We come here all the time when we want to treat ourselves. Last time we were having a party we bought cerignola olives, spicy Italian salami, Italian cheeses, rustic whole wheat Italian bread and truffle oil and Lina's homemade Tiramasu and it was huge hit with our guests! Everyone who works there is Italian and will let you try anything you are unsure of at the deli!
The deli counter at Lina’s is a busy stop any day of the week, featuring house-cured salamis and hams, delicious cheeses and friendly staff to help you navigate the impressive selection. Looking for a hot meal? Lina’s recently brought on chef Keith Luce (formerly of Corbeaux Bakehouse) to man the kitchen, so you can get your fill of saucy meatballs and hefty, hot sandwiches.
What might have started as a small neighbourhood grocery store has become the go-to place for anything Italian. Lina’s has everything you need to create an authentic Italian meal in your own home, from an extensive cheese and cured meat selection to imported oils and vinegars and fresh pizza dough as well as cookware and dishware. Take time to wander the aisles, or sit and people-watch in the restaurant area with a hot Panini sandwich, pastry and cappuccino.
An Italian grocery and deli, Lina’s Italian Market also features a sunny cafeteria serving hot and cold lunches. Panini bar sandwiches such as the Pescara with roasted pork and peppers can be eaten cold or crisply grilled. Further mains include daily pasta with mixed greens or salad du jour as well as mini focaccia pizzas. Flavours include margherita, olives with anchovy and good old pepperoni. A visit to the oh-so-sweet pastry case is mandatory.