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Neighborhood Photo: New Monica’s Mercato & Salumeria Open for Business


The newly expanded Monica’s Mercato & Salumeria at 130 Salem Street is now completed and open for business in Boston’s North End.

“A lot of care and love has been invested in our market,” said the Mendoza family in a Facebook announcement. The new glass storefront is adjacent to the original location with the entire market renovated inside.

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Vale says:

Se merecen lo mejor del mundo, los quiero mucho !! GOOD LUCK!! BESOS A TODOS

elizabeth says:

These young men have a gift. The changes they make, and the addition to Monica’s are of the highest quality. Always, in good taste. The new place is beautiful and adds some ‘class’ to Salem Street. The brothers are real workers, they know what they are doing, and I trust their products. Love the black and white facade and the balloons matched. No one matches them !

S says:

Best subs in No End and great bread! Great guys , the Mendoza brothers, and their workers, very sweet. So glad for them.they have worked hard for this!

Carol M says:

Congratulations on your lovely store/deli! The next time I visit my friend from Lincoln Wharf my first stop will be Monica’s for a real Italian sub!

Carol M.
Tracy, CA.

marge s says:

Where else can you go and be greeted by”Hello, Honey”, or” Hi, Beautiful” from the workers!! Great guys and delicious take outs. Continue the great work. Love this place!

Stephen Passacantilli says:

Congratulations …..Hard work and a little elbow grease goes a long way in being a successful small business!!!! One of the best neighborhood businesses of all time!!! Right up there with the Boston “I” and Giro’s!!!

bosguy says:

Looks great! Will be there tonight!

mark F says:

Beautiful job on the expansion, can’t wait to visit. Best Wishes

Nooch says:

Congratulations to the Mendoza Family , After months of renovations without closing,,The new and improved Monica’s Mercato looks AWESOME !!!!

Christine Bev says:

Congrats to the Mendoza Family! Your parents would be so proud of you guys….! Best of luck and much continued success!!
The store is fabulous!!!!

Christine Bev

mark F says:

Christine How are you ? Long time ,how is your daughter,and where is she now.Where are you know ???

Michaeld says:

These are the type of establishments the North End needs not 7-11’s or Dunkin Donuts.

Salem Street Guy ® says:

I agree Michaled, but what do we need exactly? Two salumerias seems to be sufficient, right? I think there is a need for more prepared food take-out options in the neighborhood. Like that Whole Foods food court type of thing.

Love Monica’s, but what’s up with no listed prices? Sometimes you are charged X price per pound, other times Y price per pound depending on who is working…

John Levensen says:

I think what is needed is more people who know how to cook for themselves!

mc says:

congratulations and good luck to the mendoza family. they are one of the hardest working families in the North End.

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