Folks living within blocks of this residential market and deli have kept it open since 1902, making it the oldest grocery store in the city. That fun fact would be irrelevant if it weren't for several unique, homemade sweet and savory items that make the charming spot worth a visit. First, the potica (pronounced paw-TEET-zah), an egg-basted, Bohemian rolled sweet dough loaf filled with walnuts, butter and brown sugar. Second, the runza, a doughy German/Russian round stuffed with cabbage, onion and ground beef. Little Market also serves sausages, sandwiches, salads and sides while stocking one of the most diverse drink selections in town.