Labriola’s offering pickup at its regional stores
Friday, March 20, 2020 | 9:59 AM
Labriola’s Italian Market, an Aspinwall staple since 1984, is amending its operations and switching primarily to curbside pick-up during the coronavirus outbreak.
“In order to protect the community and our employees, Labriola’s will be adopting new interim policies,” owners said.
Shoppers, at least temporarily, will no longer be encouraged to browse the aisles where imported pastas and olive oils fill the shelves.
Instead, customers of the 605 Freeport Road location are asked to call in their orders. Employees will prepare the items for curbside pick-up.
While grocery stores are permitted to remain open under a ruling by Gov. Tom Wolf, the changes more closely follow the CDC guidelines for limiting contact with others.
Modified operations also apply to the market’s other three locations in Penn Hills, Monroeville and Warrendale.
Orders should be placed before noon. Pick-up can be arranged later in the afternoon, sometime before 4 p.m.
A limited number of customers will be allowed inside stores for the next few weeks.
Family-owned since 1929, Labriola’s specializes in made-to-order foods, imported Italian groceries and a variety of olive oils and deli meats.
For more, or to place an order, call Aspinwall at 412-784-0111, Penn Hills at 412-795-3366, Monroeville at 412-380-9300 and Warrendale at 724-940-2288.