Euro Delicacies

Some of Las Vegas’ best food treasures are its varied ethnic markets that cater to our large population of residents who come here to live and work from all over the world. You don’t have to drive far to stumble upon one of these markets and we’ve found one we are truly excited about. Euro Delicacies located on South Rainbow just off I-215 in the Rainbow Village Plaza has one of the best selections of Eastern European pantry staples and specialty foods in town (even better than the International Market on Decatur).

Exceptionally clean, well stocked shelves offer all manner of canned goods, pickles, mushrooms, snacks, candies, fresh bakery items, European coffees, noodles and seasonings. Well-lit refrigerator and freezer cases display an enormous variety of sausages, cheeses and other dairy items. Just about anything important to a Balkan feast can be found here. We spotted a few hard to find ingredients that are integral to some of our upcoming holiday baking projects.

We love it when we stumble upon a market as fine as this one and highly recommend Euro Delicacies when you’re on the hunt for authentic Eastern European food treasures. We rate this market not to be missed.

Euro Delicacies
7835 S. Rainbow Blvd. Suite #12
Las Vegas, NV 89139
(702)740-0494

Monday-Friday 10:00AM – 8:30PM
Saturday 10AM – 8:00PM
Sunday 10:AM – 6:00PM


  1. I am so going here when we hit Las Vegas in April. Now just has to figure out how to transport all the delicacies back home, to Florida. Thanks for posting this. I’m Danish so am hoping there are some Scandinavian items here, but I’m sure I’ll have fun perusing the shelves anyway.

    • For Scandinavian specities I’d recommend the International Market on Decatur https://lasvegasfoodadventures.wordpress.com/2009/08/16/international-marketplace/
      The focus at Euro Delicacies is mainly eastern European, although you may find a few Scandinavian items you might recognize. The International Market carries items from all over the globe, including Sweden and Denmark. It’s a fascinating food shopping experience and the prices are very reasonable. It’s also much closer to the strip. A cab fare from the strip to the International Market should be around $20 or less. If you go there, make sure to leave room in your suitcase to take everything home. you’ll need the space!

  2. wish we were big enough to have these types of stores, we do to have an Asian market and a somewhat Hispanic store

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