I ran in for a few minutes last night right before they closed to get some dogs for my dad and I.
It reminds me of a small Wegmans...kind of.
I basically looked over the meat aisles. I didn't see any super good deals to be honest. I might have missed a section but I didn't see any aged beef , prime grade, tomahawks, double cut back bone in pork chops, etc. I did see some killer bone-in veal chops at 16.99 a lb. I might pick one up soon to try. They had some marinated swordfish kabobs which looked interesting. All the fish were taken off ice by that time and the sign said 6.99 for live lobster. I'm guessing they were all 1.125 LBers. Hopefully I'm wrong.
They had a nice freezer full of snow/king crab and caribbean tails. Some of the tails were huge! There was no pricing so that irked me. I noticed this on quite a few items. I may have spontaneously bought some had I known the price, but they were literally closing.
8.99 a lb extensive olive bar looked good.
Produce looked good but I just buzzed through on my way to the meat and didn't stop to inspect anything.
They had some home made chorizo I plan to try.
Overall this place looked pretty solid. If Wegmans moves to Middletown as I've read, they could be in trouble then. I could see this place getting completely railed and claustrophobic as it is a smaller venue than all the normal food stores around here.