Schaller & Weber, New York City

4.5
Gift & Specialty Shop · Hidden Gem · Shopping
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.
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  • In the late fifties and sixties we lived in the New York City metropolitan area, At least once a month we went to the 86th West "Sauerkraut Boulevard " to go to cafe Mozart and to Schaller...  more »
  • Sorry to say that I was expecting more from the sandwiches. They took a while to prepare; they were not large; they seemed expensive for what they were. I suppose if you just must have American food....  more »
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  • Great old school place to get a huge assortment of super high-quality meat and cheese. Their house-made double smoked bacon is cut to order. It is the best bacon you will have in your life.
  • Everyone here is amazing and the food is fantastic. All of the staff are efficient and caring. Down to earth people, the manager is so nice and friendly too! My favorite is their Black Forest ham, couldn’t live without it! My boyfriend and I live their pork belly, head cheese and breads they have for sale for sandwiches!👌 I always tell anyone to go here if they visit from Out of NYC

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