When Nicholas D'Agostino Sr. and his brother Pasquale opened their first food store together on Manhattan's Upper East Side in 1932, it provided a level of service unmatched by other New York establishments. Seventy-five years later, Nick D'Agostino Sr.'s grandson, Nick D'Agostino III, is still striving to achieve that same distinction in the 20-store chain of supermarkets he owns with his father. “That was the first store where there were so many skills in one place,” Nick III said in an ...
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