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Posted by forkncheese on 02/23/2014
The best cheese selection in Philly - not just in Center City. The prepared lunch selections, especially the sandwich station, are a great value. The coffee bar features Counter Culture and tasty pastries to pair. Sure, the groceries are expensive but that is the case at any gourmet market. At least at Di Bruno, unlike some other "gourmet" markets, you know you're getting high quality and equally important, that if you're not satisfied they'll make up for it.
Posted by Shnan on 05/14/2011
Their cheese is the best! Who know that there could be a difference in the taste and quality of parmesan cheese? I sure didn't until I tried their "Parmesano Domestica". It's great, and so are all of their other products. You do get what you pay for, and if you want superior, go to Di Bruno's.
Posted by Sue on 04/20/2011
The food is pricey but so well worth it. You only get what you pay for!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2010
Even though DiBruno Bros is pricey, it's well worth it!
Posted by raven on 05/25/2010
Good selection of cheeses, often with samples available. Wait staff is knowledgeable about the product. Yes, the prices are high--higher than Whole Foods, but I like the convenience of having this place to shop while I'm in center city.
Posted by maroonotter on 02/22/2009
I visit Philly often on business and I always make sure that I get to DiBruno Bros. when I'm there. Its terrific for lunch, take out or a quick snack to take back to my hotel. I also load up on cheese to bring back home to Boston. My Dad is from South Philly and I also get to the DiBruno's down there as well. You get what you pay for, and when on the road, it's tons better than the usual sandwich shop!!
Posted by J.E.S. on 12/24/2007
The cheese selection is amazing, but for the prepared foods I expect better service for the prices they have. I used to buy salads there, but stopped when they had the nerve to charge extra for dressing. I can afford the 25 cents, but it is the principle of the thing. Wawa doesn't charge for dressing for their $3 salads, but Di Bruno's does for their $9 salads? And every time I try to order a ($9) sandwich during off hours, I have to wait at least a few minutes before one of the (usually three or four) people milling around not helping any customers deigns to take my order.