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Marczyk Fine Foods Inc - 6 Reviews - 770 E 17th Avenue, Denver, CO - Liquor Stores Reviews - Phone (303) 894-9499

Marczyk Fine Foods Inc

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Walking through downtown Denver up to Uptown was an interesting experience. I ended up at Marczyk, and I'm glad I did. This place is Gourmet and (sometimes) organic heaven. Ther...

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Sadly, Marczyk is not what it once was. They no longer provide the variety of or service for their cheeses. The butchers are apathetic. And their overall customer service is borde...

Another one bites the dust 12/18/2008

Marczyk's used to really stand out. Their quality and selection rivaled even shops of this ilk in Chicago and NYC. Unfortunately, things have completely changed in the last couple of years. The stocking seems to be haphazard, with no rhyme or reason to it. In addition to the downgrading of their cheese section, they also decimated their olive selection and the produce is really almost nil. Yes, they have nice agreements with certain local and organic farmers, which is great, but the selection is completely erratic and the prices for what they do still have really can't compete with Whole Foods. Also, the daily soup selection used to be much more inventive and what happened to the smaller containers of the once-excellent gazpacho in the summertime? Literally everything has gone downhill, even the bread and pastry selection. I don't understand why. And let's not even talk about the wine shop! The girl in there does not know the first thing about wine. Did the Marczyks really think we wouldn't notice (Hint: Go to Above the Rim instead!)?? The meats are still decent, but when you are a purveyor of imported and specialty items, you really need to invest in a staff that knows their business. Unfortunately, between the dumbing down of your stock and the hiring of less-than-knowledgable staff, I have lost interest in Marczyk's. It can no longer call itself anything other than a neighborhood shop, bereft anything out of the ordinary and lacking in the basics. Pros: The location is good and the meats are still high quality Cons: Service and selection have been completely downgraded more

Downward turn 10/21/2008

Sadly, Marczyk is not what it once was. They no longer provide the variety of or service for their cheeses. The butchers are apathetic. And their overall customer service is bordering on rude. This shop was once my favorite. more

Uptown Denver Heaven 9/19/2008

Walking through downtown Denver up to Uptown was an interesting experience. I ended up at Marczyk, and I'm glad I did. This place is Gourmet and (sometimes) organic heaven. There was so much to choose from, I had no idea where to begin. Pros: Location more

Fresh Seafood, Great cheeses 4/11/2008

I go here specifically for the fresh seafood. The store displays it properly (not wrapped in plastic). The fish is always on ice or on a marble slab. It doesn't have that ""fishy"" smell. The staff is always really nice. I tried some of their cheeses for the first time and I wasn't disappointed. I don't do my regular shopping their, but use it when I want fresh fish or nice cheese. more

Great Steaks! 10/26/2007

I just bought two tenderloins and I loved them. I will be back and try some seafood next time. I really like the selection of candy for a small romantic dessert. more

What Dean & Deluca is to NYC 10/16/2006

Alright, I'll admit it: I moved to Uptown for Marczyk's. It was on the top of the list of places in the neighborhood which looked hip enough for this east coast (Miami) transplant. Thankfully, the content lives up to the fascade! The folks at Marczyk's, from the owner to the butcher, are friendly and knowledgable. Though the selection may seem limited, this is not a supermarket. Each item is carefully chosen (in fact, when the chickens at the local egg farm went on strike, there was an apology note for having to sell what another big chain boutique market considers their ""top shelf"" eggs). Pros: Friendly staff, top quality meat and cheese, one of Denver's best wine shops. Cons: Limited produce section. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    It feels like shopping in Europe--wandering from fresh seafood to fine wines to gourmet cheeses to delectable desserts as if each spot were a miniature market. Every item in the...

  • 10/10/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Discover, Visa, Master Card, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northeast Denver, Uptown, North Capitol Hill
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