This place really does have everything from gourmet cheese to fleece pajamas. They are open 24 hours, which is a must for a mom like me. I’m often stuck doing to do a late night Tylenol run for a sick baby. And the place is huge. There’s even a very cheerful older gentleman who greets you at the door with some witty comment that will indeed bring a smile to your face. He’s also there to offer you a sale paper and a cart if you need one. They have very decent prices on kids clothes, spices and veggies. But I would never buy diapers, baby food or any type of personal hygiene product there. It seems as though they have a slight mark up on the price of those products. Not to mention that the aisles are not so clean. I like to buy my baby’s diapers at a clean store. Although, at times one can find a greener head of lettuce at this Super K than at the regular grocery store. And, I find their meat and produce section to be significantly cleaner than the rest of the store. Some other interesting features that Super K offers is an Olan Mills portrait studio near the entrance, and a tank full of live lobsters in their seafood department. I have found the employees to be quite helpful, often taking the time to walk me to the item that I was looking for. In such a big store I often find myself spending more time searching for what I need. And, you may find that things are not always located in the most logical places.