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WEST HAVEN, Oct. 5, 2021 — (Pictured): Sabi Meat Market owner Sergio Dos Anjos is joined by Mayor Nancy R. Rossi on Tuesday, Oct. 5, to celebrate the Brazilian market’s grand opening at 391 Campbell Ave.
Sabi, housed in a building of small businesses on Campbell Avenue between Brown and Court streets, features a butcher shop and specializes in food items from Brazil, said Dos Anjos, a native of Sabinópolis, Brazil, who has lived in West Haven for the past 18 years.
The new market offers such tender Brazilian meats as picanha — a savory prime cut of top sirloin cooked with the fat for juiciness and flavor — as well as pork and chicken sausages and flank, skirt and tenderloin steaks.
Rossi said Sabi is “the go-to place” for home-style and hard-to-find Brazilian foods and snacks.
The market also offers prepackaged and convenience food products from Brazil.
(City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)