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Draeger's Market
Gourmet Grocery Store$
Today 7AM–10PM
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1010 University Dr Menlo Park, CA 94025
1010 University DriveUSCaliforniaMenlo Park94025
$Gourmet Grocery Store, SupermarketToday 7AM–10PM
Sunday 7AM–10PMMonday 7AM–10PMTuesday 7AM–10PMWednesday 7AM–10PMThursday 7AM–10PMFriday 7AM–10PMSaturday 7AM–10PM
Highest quality, locally grown produce; groceries; meats; delicatessen; bakery; wine; and gourmet foods. Also cooking classes, housewares, and catering.
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Stalwart, high-end supermarket with upscale food, wine & housewares, plus an on-site cooking school.- Google
"Also has a very nice kitchen tools area upstairs."
"Much better to go to Whole Food or Andronicos for highend stuff."
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a month ago
Been shopping here for over 40 years. The line " you get what you pay for " applies here. You don't come here to get a bargain on large amounts of toilet paper . That's for Costco, but if you want the best meat , produce and bakery this is the place for you. You can still get the cuts of meat ( silver side rump roast ) for example not available anywhere else in this day and age. If your doing a special diner and want the best ingredients or doing baking from scratch this place will have what you need.
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Ari Horie
4 months ago
I love the fact they claim they are open till 10pm. But the fact they actually close BEFORE 10pm. So if you rush to get there to do last minutes run (as busy mom as i did) dont bother. I dont know how many time i dash out there and they just shut door down n won't budge. Disappointed sevetal time while juggling busy life. Save your a trip. :-)
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Brian Bulkowski
7 months ago
Oddly, the veggies are poor here, but the meat and wine is great. I will choose this over Whole Foods when meat is on the adgenda. Also has a very nice kitchen tools area upstairs. And easy to park.
Michael Blake McGrath
a year ago
Is, as twenty five years ago, the place to go. Stet fortuna domus.
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Sasha Rae
a month ago
Convenient location if you're already downtown. The deli foods are good. You can get other items from Trader Joe's for a better price and it's just down the street.
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Chris Heinbokel
2 months ago
When a couple employees saw me staring at a display of oil, trying to figure out what to purchase, they came over and walked me through all the nuances of the various bottles on display. They were very helpful, and made shopping really pleasant.
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tricia seibold
a year ago
I like having a high end grocery store in the neighborhood, and as a local I always try to frequent local stores over larger chains. BUT...Draegers is EXPENSIVE. I always expect to spend a little more in local stores: I know a book from Kepler's might be a bit pricier than Amazon, and I could probably find my dog food a bit cheaper at a big chain than at Pet Place, but I appreciate those stores so that's where I shop. For groceries, there are a couple things I buy regularly: Earth Balance Buttery sticks and E. Guittard Chocolate baking wafers. Both of these things are TWICE as much at Draegers than if I buy them at Whole Foods (the chocolate is $17.99 to WF's price of $8.99, and I can usually get it on sale for $7.99. The same chocolate is $11.99 at Sur La Table, and $10.99 directly from E. Guittard). Paying a couple bucks more I'm OK with, double the price is kind of a deal breaker for me.
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Jonathan Wedd
5 years ago
Draeger's is not your typical supermarket, it is a super-classy, high-end, "boutique" supermarket. It is exactly what many people think of when they think of Menlo Park. I do not do my day-to-day grocery shopping here (try Safeway for good values), but I love to come here when I need something special. Whether it's desert from their bakery case, a panini from the deli, or a nice bottle of wine - they always have something wonderful and unique. Worth stopping in just to browse - be sure to check out the upstairs: there is a gift shop which was all decked out for Christmas, and a nice coffee shop for when you need a change from Peet's & Starbucks.
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