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Jenifer Street Market
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Today 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
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2038 Jenifer St Madison, WI 53704
2038 Jenifer StUSWIMadison53704
(608) 244-6646
Grocery StoreToday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Sabinchen Meister
reviewed 8 months ago
This grocery store is by far my favorite in Madison - we live out by Meriter Hospital and we still drive all the way to Jenifer St. Market for their groceries! They only take cash, which is fine - you just just have to be prepared. Their staff are helpful and nice. Their deli counter is DELICIOUS, I can't get enough of the cheese they have. They always have a sale on some kind of cheese when we go. I also love, love, love this store because they sell Sassy Cow milk (I ONLY drink Sassy Cow) and they have a great mix of organic, specialty items as well as everyday, cheaper options. Also, their bakery is PHENOMENAL, and so are their prices. Their delicious muffins are only 99 cents each!!! And they're amazing!!! The old review complaining that they don't take anything but cash is silly. Lots of local businesses in Madison only take cash. Just something you have to be aware of before you go, no biggie. Also, if you use the ATM in their store, it costs you a dollar, but then you get a receipt that has a coupon to take a dollar off your grocery bill, so they make sure not to rip you off just for withdrawing. Nice place :)
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Lots to love about Jeni St. Market. Local produce hand-picked from local farmers! Butcher counter staffed with chipper, knowledgeable folks! Reasonably priced hot and cold deli options, weekly deals, a walk-in beer cooler filled with brews from all over the brews (some hard to find elsewhere) and a whole shelf laden with gourmet chocolate bars! I appreciate that, although they accept cash or local check only, if you withdraw money from the ATM your receipt doubles as a coupon for $1 off your purchase.
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Liked: Service, Value, Meats
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Their local produce and meat beat the co-op hands-down. They have more of a focus on local than organic, but they have a good selection of organic food, too. For staples, I still make the trek out to Woodman's, but I am done risking it buying conventional produce. At least when something's organic or local you can usually tell if it's gone bad! Conventional produce lures you in to thinking it's still good, until you peal your orange to find starchy grossness inside. Anyway, Jen St usually has high quality at low prices. Plus, you're supporting a small business and keeping money in the economy instead of giving it to tax dodgers with foreign accounts.
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Michael Donath
reviewed 9 months ago
Great beer selection
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
I go to Jenny Street Market for my produce and meat. It's also great for organic items that are harder to find in the larger grocery stores. Any other "commercial items" are a bit overpriced, and I shop elsewhere for them. The fruit and veggies are always fresh and you never have to dig for a good piece. The meat is the same way. The employees are great -- super friendly, always smiling. If I lived in the neighborhood and could walk (which is the majority of their customer base), I would shop their exclusively.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
Totally have to disagree with most of the reviews here. A lot of the produce is locally grown, which is nice, but it was full of holes, moldy and overripe. Maybe it's just the couple of times I've been, but still. Kind of ridiculous when the produce is in season. The prices are okay but if you're buying anything but meat, it's worth it to go to Woodman's or Copps. Plus they only take cash, which is a pain. I live in the neighborhood and I don't even go here.
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