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By: ismellyou
Dragon Star Oriental Foods Inc
This place does NOT only cater to Hmong people...it may appear that way because of the large Hmong population in the Twin Cities. But, how often are you correct about a stranger's ethnicity? Truth of the matter is, this store carry an expansive inventory of products from all over the world, mainly Asia. Everyone goes there...I mean EVERYONE from all walks of life. And as for the smell? Well, I suppose it's difficult to suppress the many different mingled smells of the world. Maybe they should carry cheese to complete the collection of "distgusting" smells. ;)
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By: Todd K.
Lowertown Foods
IT HAS NOT CLOSED. What a mean thing to post. The ladies running this place over the years do not have "the internet." I guess this is what happens when you do not participate online. We are a fans. Where else downtown can you get a roast beef, turkey, or any of the half dozen sandwiches they have on their menu for only $3.50. Add delicious homemade soup for only a few extra dollars. We are now their new regulars!
By: swanster
Trader Joe's
I have become a TJ's fan. Go there. Try the free samples, drink the free coffee and enjoy the small store experience. Learn about the "bunnies" and how kids can get a prize for finding them. Bring your own bag and enter the "bring your own bag raffle".The food is excellent. I stop here weekly to pick up healthy snacks, salads for lunches and entrees for dinner. Go there.
By: J S.
Cub Food Stores
This store consistently has expired dairy and and food on their shelves. At least twice a month I get home to find something expired at least 3-4 weeks before. This is beyond all of the items I did not buy because not was expired
By: kevinnorman
Whole Foods Market
The thing I love about Whole Foods is that -- not only does it have a lot of urban hippies working there -- but it has a large variety of healthy food and a Whole Foods brand that doesn't cost an arm & a leg.
By: a.hoodlum
Lucky's Station
This is our neighborhood's newest & friendliest gas station. Personal service. You always get a cheerful greeting. they are like family.
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By: Amanuel B.
Berhan groccery and tobacco
The store have good service and the price is very cheap and quality. The guy who work there is nice and handsome
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By: Terry A.
Rainbow Foods
Perfect service sweet the staff is so helpful. No lines clean store i love everything about this store.
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By: Thomas K.
Lunds & Byerlys
Best app ever every body. Should have this app
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By: jthole
CUB Foods
Low,low prices on the good stuff.
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