Joseph’s Classic Market is Moving to Town Center

(Courtesy Town Center at Boca Raton)

After nearly 15 years in business, Joseph’s Classic Market is moving on—to a bigger location.

The town favorite for specialty Italian goods announced Wednesday that they’ve gotten too big for their Boca Center location and will be breaking ground this summer to open at the Town Center mall.

The 14,700-square-foot shop is expected to open its doors in Spring 2020 in what used to be Piñon Grill and Blue Martini.

“Once we outgrew our current location, an expansive and newly-designed concept at Town Center at Boca Raton was the clear next step,” owner Joseph Acierno says in a press release.

The market was founded in 2005 and has locations in Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens, and is home to an array of specialty meats, cheeses, produce, baked goods, an extensive bar of hot and cold food, desserts and more (including pints of Proper Ice Cream). The new location at the mall will include all of the favorite things you’ve grown to love, with the addition of outdoor patio dining.


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