Giacomo’s Italian Market in Richland Township Rebrands, Prepares to Open Second Location

The sign for Giacomo’s Italian Market in Quakertown
Image via Giacomo’s Italian Market.
The new name translates to “Italian street market” from Italian.

Giacomo’s Italian Market, which opened in 2020 in Richland Township, is renaming itself Mercatino Italiano and is preparing to open a second location in Bethlehem, writes Ryan Kneller for WFMZ 69 News.

The market, which is located in the Trainer’s Corner shopping center, plans to open the doors on its new space in 2024.

“Since the opening of our business in 2020 we could not have imagined how much our concept would take off the way it has,” said owner Kristin Randazzo in a post on the business’s Facebook page.

The decision to change the name follows a lawsuit that was filed by Giacomo’s, an Italian market and deli in Easton, against Giacomo’s Italian Market in May. The lawsuit has since been resolved.

The new name translates to “Italian street market” from Italian.

“We’re super excited,” said Randazzo. “It will feature the same exact concept as the Quakertown location, but we’re also going to be doing wood-fired pizza.”

The pizzas will measure between 10 and 12 inches and will be made to order with premium toppings.

Read more about Mercatino Italiano in WFMZ 69 News.


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