Bayshore Blvd SF.
Easterlina Pinot noirs $10 and cabs $15. I’ve always liked their wines but unfortunately they went into bankruptcy so their wines are now a steal at GOs in SF.
Momofuku Ssaam sauce 99 cents. Donkey Sauce for the foodie set
Bayshore Blvd SF.
12010 San Pablo Ave
end of August, 2018
From a few days ago at the Palo Alto GO:
TCHO almond + sea salt $1.99
Earth Circle Organic golden berries 8 oz $6.99
Filippo Berio EVOO $4.99
Odwalla mango tango 59 fl oz $3.99
Odwalla superfood $2.99
The TCHO chocolate was gone yesterday.
TCHO chocolate $1.99 at GO on Geary/27th Ave. SF
- best value is Green&Black’s Dark Chocolate 70% for 99 cents.
Yesterday at PA:
Casa Milo trecce dell’orto 500g $1.99
Casa Milo foglie d’autunno 500g $1.99
Amy Organic split pea soup in can. Forgot the price but it is not more than $2
Bertolli Reserva balsamic vinegar and caramelized onion soup / Asiago cheese, artichoke soups in can $3.99
Pacific organic chicken bone broth 450ml $1.99. Now what’s the difference between bone stock and bone broth?
Safe Catch Elite tuna in can, various flavors. 5oz $1.99
O Organics vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, mint chocolate ice cream, quart $2.49
Eden’s Oregon black cherry ice cream. $2.99 quart
Fresh Gourmet crispy hatch chili $1.99 3.5oz
Tyrell’s cheddar chive/ cider vinegar sea salt potato chips $.99 5.3oz
Ferrero Rocher milk chocolate hazelnut $3.99 7.9oz. In golden box. Didn’t see expiration date.
Lindt chocolate truffles $4.99. Assorted.
The new Grocery Outlet in Alameda has been open for a few days now. It’s the most visually appealing store of the 6 or so that I’ve been in. The wine section is not as extensive as SF/Geary, Oakland or Richmond/San Pablo Ave. though the food selections have almost the same varieties. It didn’t yet have some of the 2-for-1 bargains I see at Richmond. A lot of shoppers seemed curious as possibly first-timers. The store had kind of a Trader Joe’s vibe to it with bell-ringing from the cashiers for customers who had garnered large savings on their receipts. A nice store, perky and bright and customer service seemed friendly.
It’s a half block east of the corner of Webster and Buena Vista which is served by at least 3 AC Transit buses that connect to downtown Oakland and beyond. It’s also about 2 blocks from an In-N-Out Burger where I got a Double-Double with cheese, Animal-style ( 2 patties, no bun, wrapped in lettuce) for $4.05 plus tax for the trip home, where I washed it down with an American Thread 2015 Pinot Noir, Monterey County (earthy, peppery, mocha, black cherry, $3.99) from GO.
Yesterday at Palo Alto.
Green and Blacks assorted dark and milk chocolate collection $1.99 120g.
Progressive minestrone, tomato basil, clam chowder and green split pea soups. $1.49
Pacific organic roasted red pepper and tomato soup $1.49 34oz
Pacific organic unsalted chicken bone stock $1.99. 450ml
Pacific organic poultry broth $1.99 32oz
Pacific organic free range low sodium chicken broth $1.99 32oz
Pacific organic kosher free range low sodium chicken broth $1.99 32 oz
Umpqua icecream. $3.99 1.25 qt chocolate peanut butter, caramel cone, strawberry, rocky road
Three twins banana nut confetti $2.5
Odwalla pomegranate limeade quencher $2.29 59oz
A slideshow (about 5 min.) with items from Grocery Outlet in Richmond CA at San Pablo Ave and MacDonald Ave. Lots of pumpkins and good deals on cheese and sausages.
Some differing opinions on the 93 rating from Wine Enthusiast for the 2013 Malbec Clos d’Argentine seen at the 2:24 mark. Personally I liked the currant, licorice and leather notes but what do I know.
Its interesting that the comments about this bottle are all over the map…
Maybe that’s why local wine reviewer Kerry Kirkham calls it “Grocery Outlet Roulette.”