1011 E. Brady St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Gloriosos has been tantalizing the publics taste buds with rare Mediterranean treats for over six decades. Upon stepping over the threshold, you can see that, four generations later, this is one store that has kept its old-world charm. As you walk through the store, you will see family photos scattered throughout. If you stay long enough, you're bound to run into Joe, Ted or Eddie, the founding brothers, ready to fill you in on the history behind each photograph: from pictures when they got out of the service in WWII, to the first truck they bought for the store, to the TV commercials that feature cameos of two more family members.
Bring the family over, we'd love to meet you!
Glorioso's Italian Market Holiday Open House
You can do it all in one stop! Shop for unique culinary gifts, sample the highest quality Italian foods and place your holiday catering orders. Glorioso’s strives to make your dinner, holiday or social event a success. Our passionate and dedicated culinary team is cooking up delicious selections from our NEW catering menu. Stop by and sample Caprese skewers, tomato bruschetta, pizza di ustica, polenta fries, lasagna bites, olive salad, artisian salames, imported cheeses and more. We also carry an incredible selection of holiday wines! Glorioso’s friendly staff will be on hand to assist in placing the perfect catering order that meets all your holiday needs. Glorioso’s Italian Market has been passionate about bringing the highest quality Italian foods to Milwaukee for over six decades. Visit us at our new, 16,000 square foot market, where we still provide the kind of old-world charm and unique culinary gifts for which we've become nationally recognized.
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Can someone tell me if you sell Arancini di riso rice balls?? Or do you know someplace that does?