I live 2 blocks from this Publix, and will go out of my way to go to the Kroger in Edgewood. This Publix is consistently understocked or out of stock on fairly common items. E.g. there have been times when I could not find the following: baby formula, parsley, sugar cookie dough, cereal, granola bars, just to name a few. Once I asked them if they were about to close down the store - the produce was so scant. They are also slack in marking the prices next to the items. I also bought a rancid corned beef from them and canned items that were expired. Stay away!
Posted: 3/09/2009 • Link to this review
This is the best grocery store I have ever patronized. This review is going to be so over the top you are going to think it's fake. It's not. I've been shopping there for years. I drive past 2 several competitors to get there. The service is great; not over the top, but more sincere. Everyone, from the pharmacy to the produce to the meat department to the cashiers. The store manager is fantastic. I told him about an item I had to go to a competitor for. In 2 weeks it was on the shelf. Well managed; runs like a well oiled machine.
Posted: 11/20/2008 • Link to this review
I appreciate that Publix and the other chain grocers are carrying more organic, natural food items. But sometimes the pricing is ridiculous. Last week I went to this Publix and the price on a quart of rice milk was something like $3.50. That's nuts! It's like $1.80 tops at Sevananda. I think even Kroger only charges something like $2.25. For a stable shelf item that kind of feels like gouging. Other than that I like how Publix opens more lanes when lines start to form. The pharmacy people at this location are particularly nice.
Posted: 10/10/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review