Morschers Pork Store
Fine German, Austrian, and Yugoslavian meat products. Morscher's Pork Store opened its doors in 1957 on Catalpa Avenue in the heart of Ridgewood, New York, when Joseph ""Pepi"" Morscher decided to bring the family butcher traditions from Gottschee, a German enclave in Slovenia to America. The homemade European specialties entice your senses as soon as you enter the butcher shop. Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Krainerwurst, Tirolerwurst and Schinkenwurst dangle over the counter. The showcases abound with steaks, pork chops, ribs and fine cuts of meat, next to several homemade coldcuts, Wuerste and specialty salamis to satisfy every taste. If it's Cevapcici, Mititei, Schwarzwaelder Schinken,Krakow style Kielbasa, you will find it at Morscher's Pork Store. In addition to all freshly prepared meats and cold cuts, an array of European food specialties, i.e. German cookies and baking products, Polish pickles, Yugoslavian jams and Slovenian condiments line the shelves. Today Morscher's Pork Store is run by Herbie C. Morscher who took it over from his father Herbert, a cousin of the founder, and Siegfried Strahl who has been a partner since 1983.
Ridgewood, NY 11385
Delivery on Saturday, Feb 13, 2010:
President's Day Specials
Weisswuerste: $5.59 lb
Geraeuchte Kraierwuerste: $4 per pair
Kinderwurst (children-friendly bologna): $5.59 lb
Lebrkaese: $5.59 lb
Send your orders to: email@example.com
Deliveries to Manhattan for month of February:
February 3, 10, 17, 24
Orders must be placed by email no later than 8pm the Tuesday before. Please include name, address, email and telephone contact number.
Payments for orders will be cash only.
$10 for orders up to $50
$5 for orders up to $100
No delivery charge for orders $100 and over
All deliveries curbside only, between 12-3pm to your office/home in Manhattan. Otherwise orders can be picked up between 5-7pm at 356 W. 121 St (between Manhattan and Morningside Ave.s)