I appreciate the whole European market feel. I'm not a fan of those cold-war style, wide-aisled, fluorescent-lit ancient chains.
At TJ's, you can start to figure out which brands are good and which - not so much. But it's all pretty cheap, so who cares.
BUT Why oh why - do these people with these carts and some gaggle of hipster-bred children think it's okay to park their carts perpendicular to the cheese so they can enjoy their sample of raspberry vinaigrette - like it's the best thing that's happened to them all day. And then they're so put out when you say "excuse me." Perhaps I should be a little more zen in life. And I will - elsewhere. Perhaps the yuppies could be a little less self-absorbed and consider that some shoppers are in a rush at the grocery store.