Atlanta >Food Stores > Trader Joe's
931 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030833.779005 -84.367040
Daily, 8am - 9pm
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Midtown, Northeast
Sweet Potato Bisque...Mmmmmmm – Trader Joe's isn't my every week grocery store, but I do enjoy loading up there once in a while. There are a handful of items I've found there that I just can't get at your average big chain grocer. One of these is their sweet potato bisque. It is heavenly, plain and simple. Like most of TJ's soups, it is sold in cartons. All you have to do is pour, heat, and eat. For a little extra flavor add a sprinkling of ground cinnamon. For a little extra depth add a dollop of sour cream. I enjoy it as a stand-alone snack or as the better half of a soup and sandwich lunch.
Great addition to Midtown – Trader Joe's is what it is. If you want expensive meats or the best quality produce, you should probably check out Whole Foods. But overall, TJ's has a huge variety of quality items that will save you a ton of money over other grocery chains. Not a week goes by that I don't make a TJ's run. The staff is extremely friendly. I've never had a bad experience there.
Fresh produce and gourmet frozen foods sold at affordable prices. – In Short
Founder Joseph Coulombe started this L.A.-based convenience chain 34 years ago. Today, you can get exotic, prepackaged frozen foods, fresh salsas, huge portobello mushrooms, baby artichokes and heirloom tomatoes fresher--and cheaper--than at most supermarkets. Inexpensive meat, fish, coffees and teas, dozens of cheeses, grains and pastas cram the shelves. The frozen section features tasty treats, including barbecue chicken pizzas, mushroom risotto and salmon patties. Beer, wine and liquor sections are stocked with very affordable labels.
Finally In Midtown! Good Prices, but Just Average Prepared Foods! Great Flower Selection! – Finally we have a Trader Joe's in Midtown. We were so excited, thought we would grab a few eats, and head over to the park. Beer, Wine prices were good. The Two Buck Chuck, now three dollars, was just that. Sorta like those cheap wines you bought at college. The prepared foods were just average. The frozen food selections, were not that desirable. Produce seemed nice, but not the same quality as Whole Foods. We much prefer going to Fresh Market, in South Buckhead. Maybe a little more money, but when it comes to food, I want quality, not quantity. Love the fresh cut flower selections. Prices were right.
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