This place is disgusting. You might as well shop for groceries out of a garbage can or sanitation truck. Both smell and they look the same. No difference.
About this place
- Mon: 6am-12am
- Tue: 6am-12am
- Wed: 6am-12am
- Thu: 6am-12am
- Fri: 6am-12am
- Sat: 6am-12am
- Sun: 6am-12am
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We used to come here every week for the past year because it's opened late and has a decent produce selection, which works well for us since we both run our own businesses. Not anymore. One...
I don't know where to begin. Let's start with the always overcrowded parking lot. The fact that you have to actually get out of your car to remove shopping carts from parking spaces. Then when...
it's a grocery store. things are not rotting or poorly organized and you may find things easily. it's wheelchair accessible, and lots of parking if you drive. There is a Bx9 bus stop in the front...
I don't stop here often because I use the FoodTown closer to my house. Maybe once a month. The sales are good but the evening staff is a frat house of teenage girls and boys engaging in social...
Maintaining a location in Bronx, N.Y., Stop & Shop is one of the 360 stores in New England, New York and New Jersey owned and operated by Stop & Shop Supermarket Companies. Growing from a single corner grocer founded in 1914, Stop & Shop is a multibillion-dollar corporation and among the largest food retailers in New England. The company pioneered the superstore concept in the Northeast, opening its first store in 1982. The modern Stop & Shop combines specialty food shops with a broad selection of general merchandise, offering the convenience of one-stop shopping. The store s house brands include Sun Glory, Care One, Acadia, Nature's Promise, Clear Splash, Javana, Companion, Mi Casa, White Gem and Cottontails. In 2002, Stop & Shop partnered with Dunkin Donuts, the world s largest coffee and baked goods chain. Today, Stop & Shop has more than 100 full-service Dunkin Donuts restaurants in its stores. Stop & Shop employs more than 58,000 associates in its network of stores, distribution centers, manufacturing plants and offices.