The storefront in 1954.
In 1937, Schaller & Weber opened the doors of its original location on 86th Street to all of New York City.
At that time, it was customary for butchers to specialize in one thing and one thing only. Schaller & Weber specialized in pork products. Eventually, we evolved into a German specialty store, offering a wide array of products, from meats to chocolates.
Founders Ferdinand Weber and Tony Schaller made every product by hand in the store. We continued to manufacture all of our products on-premises until 1960.
In 1964, we doubled the size of our store. To this day, it still stands. As does our 75-year-old tradition of giving every child a sample of our award-winning Bologna. After all, they’re the hardest ones to please.
1654 Second Avenue @ 86th Street
New York, New York 10002
Monday – Friday 9:00 – 6:00
Saturday 8:30 – 6:00
Hard to Find Imported Items
Spaetzle (German Noodle)
Maggi, Panni, Bechtle, Riehle (Manager’s Favorite)
Pickles & Sauerkraut
Gundelsheim, Hengstenberg, Pickled Herring
Mustard & Ketcup
Lowensene, Handlmaier & Thomy, Feisner & Hela (Ketchup)
Bihophar & Langnese (Assorted Flavors)
Soup & Gravy Mixes
Knorr, Maggi Potato Dumplings & Pancake Mixes
Darbo (Austrian), Vavel (Polish), Landsberg (Germany)
Limberger, Harzer Kase, Tilsit
Jacobs, Tchibo, Dallmayer
Darbo (Austrian), Marco Polo (Hungarian), Adro, (Many more & assorted flavors)
4711, The oldest brand in Germany, Fa, Nivia, Kamille
Sweets & Treats
Haribo: Gummy Bears (Large Variety), Swedish Fish: Abba (Assorted Flavors), Bahlsen Cookies: Kipderl, Waffelette, Butter Leibniz, Kopper’s Chocolates, Marzipan: Maker, Mozart Kugeln: Reber