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    Default Re: Quality grocery stores in OKC

    I'll be honest, I've shopped at the NW 39th and Portland WinCo dozens of times and while it is my 2nd favorite grocery store in the Metro (behind the Crest at SW 104th & May), I've never felt like that store was doing incredibly well in terms of business. Possibly I'm just good about going during off-peak hours, but that parking lot just never seems to be very full for a store that's light years ahead of every other option within a 5 mile radius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck5815 View Post
    Iíve heard a couple of different grocers were close to pulling the trigger on the NW corner of May and NW 164th. Something in that area will happen in due time. Obviously the 1-mile demographics are amazing and 3-mile ainít half bad.
    Thanks for the info! I hope Sprouts is one of them.

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    Has anyone been to Public Warehouse Grocery Store at 16th and Drexel? My wife was reading about it on Facebook. Sounds like quite a different concept - get credits for free items that are at or just past expire date.

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    ^^^^^^ is that the old Homeland / Mexican grocery location?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ward View Post
    ^^^^^^ is that the old Homeland / Mexican grocery location?
    Yes

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    ^channel 9 had a nice segment on this store tonight. Really positive deal.

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    I'm hearing the Smart Saver on 23rd and MLK is shutting down. Such an interesting history there, formerly Hometown Markets, then sold to the Buy For Less Group, who was going to develop it into a massive complex with an Uptown Market anchoring which eventually fell through and now it's just kind of sat there. I find it very hard to believe someone can't make that property work, it has to be a potentially very valuable piece of real estate. What a corner to have a business on.

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    I’m sure it will be said that it’s closing because people didn’t support it. But parking lot stayed full and lines were usually long.

    So what’s next for Eastside OKC getting a full service grocery?

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    I had heard that the NE 23rd / MLK site had some environmental problems - anybody else hear that? It's a shame the nice grocery store at NE 36th and Kelly didn't work out....

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