Roman arches, performances by a professional Italian singer and paintings of Venice - these are some of the scenes that greet shoppers at Uncle Giuseppe's Marketplace. "It's like you're walking down a street in Italy," said Sam Burman, vice president at Lind Design International, the architectural firm that designed the 1-year-old Smithtown, N.Y., store. Indeed, the idea was to make shoppers feel like they're in an Italian marketplace rather than a 35,000-square-foot supermarket on ...
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