Thursday, 30 September 2021 13:03

Cardona’s Market Celebrates Grand Re-Opening in Latham

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LATHAM — Cardona’s Market, a three-generation, family-owned, Italian specialty market and caterer for more than 75 years, will bring its high-quality Italian products, scratch cooking, and traditional fresh-from-the-kitchen dishes to Latham area residents with the grand re-opening of its new store at 9 Cobbee Road. 

With its acquisition of
Roma Foods, Cardona’s also took over the company’s Saratoga Springs market, which has been operating under the Cardona’s banner since June and will undergo its own renovations with an anticipated grand re-opening in late spring 2022.

Cardona’s Market celebrated the grand re-opening of the Latham store with an official “sandwich cutting” featuring a four-foot “Frank B.” sandwich, which is named in honor of Frank Bolognino, the second-generation owner of Roma Foods Importing Company along with his brothers, John, Peter, and Paul. 

The centerpiece of the newly remodeled market, which is now operating under the Cardona’s banner following the acquisition of Roma Foods Importing Company this past spring, is the signature Cardona’s hot table, offering more than a dozen dishes which rotate daily, such as classic Italian recipes as well as daily and seasonal specials. 

The Latham market will also feature a full-scale commercial kitchen to accommodate catering orders and operations. In line with the market’s rich traditions, Cardona’s Latham will offer an array of fine Italian import goods; restaurant-quality grab-and-go meals; artisan sandwiches and salads; homemade sauces and famous meatballs. 

“We are thrilled to celebrate the grand-reopening of our newest location and excited to bring the quality and convenience of Cardona’s Market to the Latham community,” said Cardona’s Market Owner August Cardona. “As a three-generation family-owned and operated business, we take pride in offering the finest products, fresh hand-crafted sandwiches and authentic Italian dishes using our famous recipes that date back for generations. We are honored to have the opportunity to share our rich family traditions and menu offerings with our neighbors in the Latham community.” 

Current hours for the Cardona’s Market locations in Latham and Saratoga Springs are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Latham market is also open on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Albany location is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both the Albany and Saratoga Springs markets are closed on Sundays. 

For more information about Cardona’s Market, call 518-434-4838 or visit www.CardonasMarket.com 

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