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Vino’s started as a local meat market selling fresh butchered beef, poultry and pantry items to the local community in the 1940’s. You could buy a sandwich for $0.99 and could spend your remaining change on various penny candy. 


Around that time, Vino’s was well known for its handmade kielbasa and sausage freshly smoked behind the building by Cindy’s father Nicholas Vino. 


With the untimely passing of our beloved patriarch Nick in 1989, Tom and Cindy took over Vino’s and have turned humble beginnings into a beloved local eatery well-known across Northeastern Pennsylvania. 

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