Have you ever had amazingly delicious and authentic Italian food? We don’t mean the generic stuff you get at the chain restaurants, but rather homemade bread and baked goods, plus a super fresh deli selection. If your mouth is watering at the thought of all of the above, run to the family-owned Valente’s Deli, Bakery & Italian Market in Colorado:
Located in Westminster, Valente’s Deli, Bakery & Italian Market has been a Denver-area staple for nearly 70 years, thanks to their incredible selection and friendly staff.
Opened in 1953, Valente’s has grown from being Westminster’s first market into a third-generation institution that not only serves their original, trademark cannoli and sandwiches but so much more via their charming, no-frills shop.
When you visit Valente’s today, your senses will receive a little preview of Italy, beginning with the smell and taste of freshly baked bread and spicy sausage to the sounds of laughing families and Italian music.
No matter what Italian foods you are looking for, you will find them at Valente’s, which offers not only traditional bread, pastries, and deli items but also spices, coffee, pasta, and other pantry staples and sundries.
Hungry? As you may have guessed, Valente’s also houses an on-site restaurant specializing in mouthwatering sandwiches, homemade cannolis, and other decadent desserts like chocolate mousse, filled turnovers, and tiramisu.
To learn more about Valente’s – including their menu items and market offerings – please visit their website.
As of this publication, Valente’s Deli, Bakery & Italian Market is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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