Most customers liken Gentile's Market to Produce Junction in terms of its super-affordable prices and the large selection of fruits and veggies, but the store boasts a personal touch you won't find at a chain. That's because it's a small family business, and has been for more than 60 years. In 1954, the business wasn't a brick-and-mortar, but rather a side hustle—Mary and Joseph Gentile sold produce from their farm out of the front of their diner. Eventually, their farm-fresh goodies were in such high demand that they debuted a separate shop.

That grocery store persists today, offering up the fresh fare at cheap prices. Swing by to stock up on whichever fruits and veggies are in season, from staples like apples and carrots to more exotic options such as papayas and mangos. The store accepts both cash and cards, so you won't have to make an extra stop at the ATM.

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