Schaller & Weber, New York City
Schaller & Weber Gold Medal Meats have long been recognized by gastronomes wold wide for their exceptional quality. Founded in 1937 by Ferdinand Schaller, the company has remained a family owned and operated business now reaching into its third generation. Ferdinand Schaller, born Febuary 29th 1904 in Neuhausen Germany, began his career at the age of 14, with a five-year apprenticeship as a butcher and sausage maker in Stuttgart. During this time e also traveled throughout Germany working with the masters of the trade, completing his studies in Hamburg, where he signed up as a cook's mate on an American born ship. In 1927, his journey brought him to New York, where he settled. Ten years later he formed a partnership with Tony Weber, hence the name Schaller & Weber. Ferdnand opened his first store in Yorkville on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in 1937 and soon after the Schaller reputation for quality spread nationwide. Over the years the company formed a distribution network to make their European Style Sausages and Deli Meats available in to a wider range of customers throughout America.Make Schaller & Weber part of your personalized New York City itinerary using our New York City trip planner .
Schaller & Weber Reviews
This is a really good address to find and enjoy a wide range of sweet and savory german delicatessen! Prices are fair!! more »
From breads to meats to Groceries this is my go to place when I am in the City. Stopped by again this past week and loaded up. If I lived closer I would be broke. . Workers are always very friendly more »
German Deli. Me and my husband always go here when we’re in the neighborhood. They have everything you need, sausages, fine cuts, cheese, beer and anything German you can’t find in a normal grocery store of high quality (except for met - if this changes this store will be top!!!).
Head cheese , cucumber salad, rum- kokos, little marzipan 🐖 for new year....bringing back my European childhood tastes and memories.Friendly smiley staffs.Can't go wrong in this place. Flavors of Europe for me..
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