Harvest Co-op has improved drastically since competition from Bread & Circus kicked them into gear. It's been a win-win as now the place is clean, better lit, easier to navigate and has more appealing produce displays. You can get some off the beaten track items here and very lovely fruits and vegetables, both organic and conventional. The wine and beer selection is also decent and the bulk spices and grains are excellent. There's parking lots on both sides of the stores and a metered lot right nearby if you are sticking around . You're paying both for selection and to support an indie business here, and if you're a member you get a kickback in costs (right now they are talking about changing it from instant rebate to quarterly rebate). They really do pay attention to the suggestions book which is fun to read anyway. The cafe has good coffee and baked goods (several vegan) if spotty service. Free wi-fi and yes, you're cut off after one hour as people tend to camp out here for days. Good people watching in the cafe. The bulletin board is one of the most extensive around and changes constantly. Oh - the sushi here is terrific, especially if you get it on delivery day.