Gallery: Italian Market's D'Angelo Brothers butcher shop to close after 106 years
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The walls of the D'Angelo Brothers butcher shop are lined with animal skulls, antlers, fur and taxidermied busts. Known for selling exotic game meats, this Italian Market staple on Ninth Street has been around since 1910.
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D'Angelo Brothers butcher shop in the opened it's doors in the Italian Market in 1910 and will close them for the last time on Dec. 31, 2016.
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Sonny D'Angelo, the third-generation owner of D'Angelo Brothers, poses for a photo inside his Italian Market butcher shop on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016, just 10 days before the 106-year-old business will close for good.