Trader Joe's on the map
Carla S.: 03/21/2017 14:58
I just dont understand the mass appeal of this place overall but it's still occasionally a place I like to visit. There are some really good food finds here but you do have to watch the prices on some items. The staff is always very friendly and helpful and I love their paper bags with handles on them.
Hoodie Foodie: 02/28/2017 15:06
It can be pricey but it's worth the trip. Small grocery store with unique food items. Nice selection of meats cheeses and produce. Trader Joe's brand is excellent.
Melis W: 02/11/2017 19:32
I'm originally from California and I grew up with Trader Joe's. I didn't think they would open one here, and I was so happy when they did! I go here every week. Most items are their house brand. There are many unique things you can't get anywhere else and they are always bringing in cool new things. The unfortunate flip side to that is they will discontinue things that don't sell enough. I still miss the lemon cake I used to get at Trader Joe's in San Francisco in the 1990s. They have another lemon cake now but it's not as good. This is much smaller than a regular supermarket but I can get almost everything I need here, including cat food, soap, fresh fruit, baking items and greeting cards.
Anna John: 01/19/2017 16:22
The store has almost everything i need. (whats missing-Curry leaves and lentils for indian cooking) shopping in the store is easy since its not too big and spread out. Prices are reasonable. Food is not sold in large bulk packages so it works well for cooking for a small number of people. Customer service is great!
Cindy Galuppo: 01/14/2017 17:20
This is like a toy store for adults but it's food from blueberry goat cheese with the best gluten free crackers to cookie butter spread. The freezer section is loaded with deliciousness from Indian to Thai options. Where else can you find tamales wrapped in corn husks? Dried fruit and nuts line the next aisle. Bing cherries are my favorite. This store is a treat.