This is an older Kmart location but the building is large and usually stocked with all sale items as advertised. And if you can't find it there it's located near several other stores. Parking lot is busy.
500+ sodas. It's a family owned market when you can find any soda that was ever made. It's in the Highland Park area.
I originally heard about this place from an episode of Huell Howser's "California's Gold," so I made the pilgrimage. So much fun to wander aisles upon aisles of obscure, regional soda pops. I'm not even a soda drinker, but I had to purchase a few of the more unique ones, which could be made into stellar cocktails! They also have a great selection of hard-to-find candy. There's a deli counter here, too, if you're hankering for a sandwich.
This is an average Smart and Final with the same selection as others, but the lines can get really long and slow.
This place is very convenient for big box items without the need of a membership card. The best thing is that they have started to add more variety.
This place is not for the faint of heart. I recently signed up for a costco card because they had great deals on camping equipment, but beyond that, I'm not sure I can stomach what a zoo this place typically is!
I have been coming to this Costco for quite a few years now, and the service is pretty great. They always have new, unique products. Just wished the lines were not so long, but the prices are great.
Buen servicio, tienen gran selección de comida, ropa, vitaminas, electrodomésticos y mucho más. las cajeras y el demás personal son amables. Les recomiendo esta tienda
One of my favorite grocery stores- always clean, well organized produce section, better meats, and variety. Easy to navigate because it's not huge. However, it's more pricey than the regular chains
Who doesn't love Costco. Food line does get long and you need patient to find a parking spot but it all pays off once you get what you need.