100 years later, DiPasquale's grocery keeps family food tradition going

Jul 15, 2014 787

Sometime in 1914, Luigi DiPasquale, who had left his home of Abruzzi, Italy, came to Baltimore and opened a corner store in Highlandtown. Ever the entrepreneur, he butchered and sold meats and also sold live goats tethered in the backyard.

This week I spoke with his grandson, Joe DiPasquale, who continues the unbroken family tradition 100 years later. His business at 3700 Gough St. remains true to its original vision while adjusting to the times.

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Source: http://www.baltimoresun.com

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