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Ridgefield Brothers Honor Family Legacy With New Mount Kisco Market

Siegel Bros. Marketplace gets ready for its soft opening in Mount Kisco. From left are: David Nevins, Don Myers, Jeremy Nevins and Doug Nevins.
Siegel Bros. Marketplace gets ready for its soft opening in Mount Kisco. From left are: David Nevins, Don Myers, Jeremy Nevins and Doug Nevins. Photo Credit: Submitted
Refrigerator cases are stocked with meats for the opening of Siegel Bros. Marketplace in Mount Kisco
Refrigerator cases are stocked with meats for the opening of Siegel Bros. Marketplace in Mount Kisco Photo Credit: Submitted
Abram Siegel, the Nevins brothers great-grandfather, stands in front of the New Jersey shop that started it all, Siegel Bros. Supermarket.
Abram Siegel, the Nevins brothers great-grandfather, stands in front of the New Jersey shop that started it all, Siegel Bros. Supermarket. Photo Credit: Provided
Siegel Bros. Marketplace will be holding its soft opening on Friday, Jan. 20, on South Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco.
Siegel Bros. Marketplace will be holding its soft opening on Friday, Jan. 20, on South Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco. Photo Credit: Facebook
Jeremy, David and Doug Nevins stand in front of their  new business in Mount Kisco. The brothers are reviving an old-school market started by their great-grandfather.
Jeremy, David and Doug Nevins stand in front of their new business in Mount Kisco. The brothers are reviving an old-school market started by their great-grandfather. Photo Credit: Facebook

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. --  Three brothers from Fairfield and Westchester counties – Doug, David and Jeremy Nevins – and their dad, Bruce, are about to open Siegel Bros. Marketplace in Mount Kisco, N.Y.

The gourmet food store has been a long-held family tradition.started by their great-grandfather more than 100 years ago.

Abram Siegel fled czarist Russia and came to the United States in the early 1900s. He scrimped and saved to bring the rest of his family over and later opened a butcher shop and slaughterhouse in Woodbine, N.J.

The business, which evolved into a marketplace, was passed down in the family.

It closed in the 1980s, but the Nevins brothers, their dad, Jeremy’s wife, Beth; and their longtime friend, Don Myers, still have fond memories of working and visiting there.

And now, the dream of the brothers, who grew up in Ridgefield -- Doug and David still live in the area but are planning a move to Westchester -- is turning into reality with the soft opening of the store on Friday, Jan. 20. (Jeremey and his family are in Katonah.)

They all are “extremely proud” of being able to revive the family business and the tradition of true customer service, something that, Jeremy Nevins said, is “sorely lacking” these days.

“The days of walking into your local market and knowing who’s behind the counter or who your butcher are are long gone,” he said, adding that the brothers hope their market will change all that.

Jeremy also gave kudos to Ed Costa, his business partner, for helping make the dream a reality.

The new 2,500-square-foot Mount Kisco store at 39 S. Moger Ave. is adjacent to their 1,800-square-foot wine and spirits shop, which has been open since December 2016.

Customers can expect grass-fed meat from At Ease Acres Farm in Berne, N.Y., pasture-raised lamb and pork from Arcadian Pastures in Sloansville, N.Y., antibiotic and hormone free chickens from Free Poultry in Lancaster, Pa., and fresh seafood and shellfish.

A ribbon-cutting for the official grand opening has been set for Thursday, Feb. 2.

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