This store is easy to get in and out of. The food selection is large and the people are very friendly and helpful (unless it’s a Saturday afternoon , you are on your own). If you want to pop in and out without much fanfare, park on level two. And walk up to the 3rd floor. Recently I bought an exotic fruit called a Dragon Fruit. It is from Asia and is similar to a Kiwi except it could be a table ornament. It was very colorful and tasty.Who would have thought Smart and Final exploring the world of fruit! Keep it up as I look for another exotic fruit to try this week.
Welcome To Pavilions Out In Hollywood, California!I have been playing the Monopoly Game Legitimately Almost Every Single Day Since It Started and I Had Just One More Food Prize To Claim For Vea World Crisps!I Never Tried Them Before and went to My Favorite West Hollywood, California Pavilions Store To Claim My Prize About A Week Ago.Unfortunately, They Did Not Have Any Vea Products In Stock At All And The Store Was Unsure If They Were Even Going To Get Them.Fortunately, This Morning I Decided To Walk 2.2 Miles All The Way From Hollywood Boulevard And Western Avenue Up To The Area Of Vine Street Near Santa Monica Boulevard To Visit Another Pavilions With The Hope That They Would Have This Product!Fortunately, I Met With Laura, The Store Director And She Was Able To Actually Find The Product!I Want To Personally Thank Laura, The Store Director For The Time That She Took Out Of Her Day To Help ME Find This Very Important Vea World Crisps Product Which Does Taste Good back on Saturday, May 12, 2018.Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShoreVisitor And Monopoly Game ParticipantExecutive, Volunteer Writer And Promoter For Google And Tripadvisor Websites/HPSPS: Please Check Out My Youtube Video Under: https://youtu.be/MlraGHqFKMYPS: Please Subscribe To My Youtube Channel Under: Howard Paul Shore
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