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    (716)632-1303

    5500 Main Street, Suite #106A, Williamsville, NY

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    In 1988, Mark Sciortino purchased Darone’s Fargo Grille with a dream of creating traditional family favorite Italian dishes. The name of the restaurant was changed to Marco’s. With extreme fanfare that hasn’t slowed in 25 years on Buffalo’s West side, Mark attributes much of his success in achieving his American / Italian dream to the help and support he has received from family and friends.

    In 1998, just ten years after opening Marco’s, another Western New York favorite was born… Marco’s Italian Deli on Hertel Avenue in Buffalo; Home of the original SANGWICH! Opening the deli created a tremendous buzz which catapulted the Marco brand forward. In addition to the Hertel Avenue location which is now franchised, three more locations have been added; Delaware Avenue in Kenmore, Maple Road in Williamsville and Ransom Road in Grand Island, New York.

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    (716)688-8022

    5416 Main Street, Williamsville, NY

    Monday-Wed - 10 am -6 pm - Thursday 10 am - 7 pm - Friday 10 am -6 pm - Saturday 10 am -5 pm- Sunday Closed

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    Experience Tea in a Whole New Way!

    TeaLeafs provides a warm and comfortable atmosphere to sniff sample tins of all of the loose leaf teas available. Browse the store and relax while shopping. Enjoy the experience.  In addition to loose leaf teas, TeaLeafs also offers top quality boxed teas, tea accessories, teapots, mugs, cup and saucers, cookies, candy, honeys, gift baskets, “Mommy and Me” baskets for the new mom and baby, children’s tea sets and lots more.

     

    About TeaLeafs

    While on vacation a few years back, my husband and I found a charming little store in a very “touristy” area. We purchased a spice gift for friends and the response was that this item is something you wouldn’t find in Buffalo. Light bulbs went off and I started sampling spices and rubs. Basically being salt, pepper and garlic people, our children had a ball with all of the different products that we were receiving. The next step was attending an International Food Convention to meet different vendors from around the world. While there, I was handed a cup of tea. Never having tasted anything but a well known name brand tea in a bag, I was blown away by the magnificent taste of a “wonderful” loose leaf tea. I looked at my husband and said that I found what I wanted to do and that was sell high quality loose leaf tea. The rest is history. TeaLeafs opened in May of 2009 and now has over 220 varieties of loose leaf teas from around the world. Every tea is personally tasted before it is brought into the store with new samples being tasted every week. I need to feel that I have provided the best, freshest, and highest quality tea available.

    In addition to loose leaf teas, TeaLeafs also offers top quality boxed teas, tea accessories, teapots, mugs, cup and saucers, cookies, candy, honeys, gift baskets, “Mommy and Me” baskets for the new mom and baby, children’s tea sets and lots more.