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Metropolitan Market

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Seattle, WA 98106
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(206) 284-2530
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This place is very quaint and fabulous for flowers and fresh produce. We always shopped for most foods at Safeway next door but we liked to get our produce and meats and cheese fo...

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Your neighborhood market 9/21/2005

This place is very quaint and fabulous for flowers and fresh produce. We always shopped for most foods at Safeway next door but we liked to get our produce and meats and cheese for the Met because it was so much better. The prices are higher and selection less but of course I would say the quality is superior than chain grocery stores like Safeway. more

Upscale Grocery 8/18/2005

I enjoy just walking through this store to see all the new plants outside and fun chocolates that you can't find at just any grocery store. It's also! great for produce, but the organic is pricy- I think we paid more than $2 for a green pepper one time, OUCH! Overall is clean and they have some stuff you don't see in every store! Way better, if you don't dig chain stores more

Love It, Hate It, Keep Going Anyway 8/16/2005

When this store was opened a few years back it was almost called the "Queen Anne Thriftway @ Admiral" until the owners were tipped off that perhaps that name is not the best way to make yourself welcome in a new community in a totally different part of the city. So it was the Admiral Thriftway. The "Thriftway" part of the name always seemed rather amusing since this store was posh and uber gourmet, importing hand hewn bread from france for $20 a loaf, some sort of specially beaten copper pots and mandatory cart service to your car. I both made fun of the store, while also craving it. For one thing, the produce was excellent, and it had a nice feel about it, more like a smaller european market than one of the boxy huge supermarkets that are everywhere today. So I kept going back for the specialty cheeses, the very good deli bar, the awesome candy bin aisle, and the excellent coffee. Then it changed to the Metropolitan Market, and if possible, it seemed to get more posh, while the quality seems to have gone a minor tick down. Yet I still keep going back, it's like a drug. Somebody please help. more
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