The story of Larder Delicatessen & Bakery

We opened Larder in 2018 with the goal of preserving and stewarding the Jewish Delicatessen of Yesteryear.

Using family recipes that survived being lost in the Jewish Diaspora we now bring you the most delicious delicatessen fare in America.

Jeremy and Allie at Larder Delicatessen

The Historic Ohio City Firehouse

The Ohio City Firehouse is a gorgeous historic building that dates to 1854 and served as an active fire station for nearly 125 years. Currently owned by Graham Vesey & Marika Shioiri-Clark, this building is the perfect home for Larder’s identity as a “Delicatessen of Yesteryear” allowing it to embrace what we feel is the true essence of a delicatessen; A gathering place for friends and neighbors to meet and share in the joys of life over great food.

From 100 year old cabinetry, repurposed lighting, and the incorporation of mycomaterials created by Larder architect Christopher Maurer of Redhouse Studio Architecture Larder is truly a step back into a communal culture that is nostalgically comforting. Come on in and become part of our family.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create creative, unique, approachable, and comforting foods made from the highest quality locally sourced and foraged ingredients. We aim to be a community cornerstone where all are welcome to come share in the joys of life over delicious food.

We work hard to support local farmers, producers, artisans, fishermen and women, craftspeople, and charities by keeping our money in our community where it belongs.

Pin It on Pinterest