Exploring the Unique Features of Dorothy Lane Market

I have been a loyal customer of Dorothy Lane Market for years, and I can attest to their unwavering commitment to quality. For those who don’t know the history, Dorothy Lane Market is a family-owned grocery store that has been serving the community since 1948. Over the years, it has become a staple in the area and is known for its high-quality products, exceptional customer service, and commitment to the community.

Dorothy Lane Market has three locations in Oakwood, Washington Square, and Springboro. They are currently in the process of building its fourth location in Mason, Ohio. This location will be the biggest regional grocer and will feature a 50,000 sq. ft. main floor and a 9,000 sq. ft. mezzanine with an on-site culinary center.

What sets this grocery store apart is its impressive selection of locally sourced and organic products, from fresh produce and meats to dairy items – all of which are of the highest quality. And let’s not forget about their bakery! Their breads, cakes, and pastries are simply delicious, made from scratch using only the finest ingredients.

One of the things that I love about going to a local grocer is supporting the local farm community. They even have a built-in CSA! The DLM Local Garden Box is a weekly subscription-based experience that is coordinated by Dorothy Lane Market. Each week you receive a box of local produce that is in season. You can choose to receive a small (up to 2 individuals) or large box (3-4 individuals).

Need a cake for a special occasion? Love Cakes by DLM is the perfect choice! Whether for a wedding, birthday, or any other occasion, they have covered it.

Dorothy Lane Cake
Photo dorothylane.com

And did you know they have food tours in Italy?

From their special events to their killer brownies, there isn’t much they don’t have! So, if you haven’t had the chance to check out Dorothy Lane Market yet, I highly recommend it – you won’t be disappointed.

Photo: Dorothy Lane Market Facebook

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