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Kroger in Houston, TX
Darlene's Flower & Gift Shop
10570 Northwest Fwy, Houston, TX, 77092
5150 Buffalo Speedway4.73 mi Houston, TX$$ Supermarkets & Super StoresPharmaciesGrocery Stores
Great store! It's a few hundred feet from our door, so those of us who work at channel 13 buy of lot of things there. Bakery, deli, salad bar, produce, sushi - all very good. We buy lots of plants and flowers there. The discount counter is great and the seasonal savings is terriffic as they make down their goods up to 50% off and usually handle only quality merchandise. We just bought a nice patio furniture set for $ 200, marked down from $ 400, that was much nicer than the ones on clearance at Home Depot that cost $ 600! After Christmas sales are super and their wine selection is outstanding for a grocery store. We have bought a lot of kitchen accessories, plates, etc; over the years the store opened. I'm a big fan of their manager's specials in the meat section. They are always meat nearing expiration date, just like most supermarkets these days. The difference is that because it's an upscale store, the quality of meat on clearance is often exceptional. We just had 2 N.Y. strips last night the equal of most good resturants and the meat cost us less than $ 9.00. Altogether a very good shopping experience in a safe, crime-free area, well lighted with security and a number of other interesting shops on the parking lot area. You ought to try it!
2.Kroger Fuel Center
1352 W 43rd St6.19 mi Houston, TX$$ Supermarkets & Super StoresGas StationsGrocery StoresPharmacies
Kroger has a very good variety of products. The management personnel is very glad to help. It's a large store and the one drawback to the store is the way the parking lot is set up. You usually have to walk quite a ways from your car to the store and then walking all the way to the pharmacy in the back is quite a trek.
3.Kroger Fresh Fare
3300 Montrose Blvd2.28 mi Houston, TX$$ Supermarkets & Super StoresGrocery StoresPharmacies
We will see what the new changes make if any but this sore is terrible. Help is bad and has bad attitude. Food is often bad and expired. Sushi lady is horrific! Only person there that is nice and helpful is the guy working in the back stocking the gluten free aisles. Also, the seafood dept always smells terrible!
1990 Old Spanish Trl4.98 mi Houston, TX$$ Supermarkets & Super StoresPharmaciesGrocery Stores
This place is Absolutely horrible! \r ...but first the good.... \r Selection\r \r ...now the bad...\r Customer Service - I never thought anyone would keep employees like this - Who is the manager? Is there one? The employees do not care, will not acknowledge your existance, sm@ck gum in your face - \r \r ... and here was the last straw -\r Cart full of groceries, being checked out... no hello , no eye contact, kept talking with the sacker, sacker gets pulled away , I have to ask if she would take the Kroger Card when she was done scanning, she scanned it, then went to finish sacking. With about One Bag full she completely quit sacking our groceries and started talking to the girl behind her... She then Barely sacked a few more bags very slowly. About two bags left she completely quit, did not say a word to us and started scanning the next customer in line.... I stood there astonished that she could hold a job! Are you serious? Did you just forget? Are you too high to remember you are at work? \r I finished sacking my groceries and left... Mind you, she never said one word to us during a 5- 10 minute interaction!\r \r Hey Kroger! They are are called managers and secret shoppers! \r \r Those with the best customer service at the end will win!\r \r I now drive out of my way to go to HEB, even though I live a stone's throw from this Kroger!
5.Kroger Fuel Center
1049 N Shepherd Dr3.45 mi Houston, TX$$ Supermarkets & Super StoresGas StationsGrocery StoresPharmacies
In 1883, Barney Kroger, with only $372, opened a grocery store in Cincinnati. Today, Kroger has grown to more than 2,500 stores in over 30 U.S. states under nearly 10 banners. With annual revenues of approximately $76 billion, it is one of the largest grocery stores in the United States. Kroger has pioneered many innovations in the supermarket industry. During the 1930s, it was the first grocery chain to monitor product quality and test foods. With more than 1,600 stores, it offers self-checkout services. Kroger maintains several grocery, multidepartment, convenience stores and mall jewelry stores. The chain operates various supermarket brands, including Fred Meyer, Ralphs, Fry s, Baker s, Food4Less, KwikStop and Tom Thumb.
4000 Polk St2.17 mi Houston, TX Supermarkets & Super StoresGrocery Stores
Kroger is one of the largest retail food companies in the United States as measured by total annual sales, with fiscal 2004 sales of $56.4 billion. Its headquarters are in Cincinnati, Ohio, where the company was founded in 1883 by Barney Kroger. Kroger spans many states with store formats that include grocery and multi-department stores, convenience stores and mall jewelry stores. It operates under nearly two dozen banners, all of which share the same belief in building strong local ties and brand loyalty with our customers. The company s mission is to be a leader in the distribution and merchandising of food, pharmacy, health and personal care items, seasonal merchandise and related products and services. This Houston store is one of many Kroger stores in the United States.
7747 Kirby Dr5.68 mi Houston, TX Supermarkets & Super StoresGrocery StoresGas StationsPharmacies
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