- At Wegmans.
When you first walk in to the store it's overwhelming. There's a map to help you get situated. If you walk to the right, there's a cafe where you can sit and eat from a huge selection of food. Next is the prepared foods area, where you can buy from a huge selection of food.
If you are thirsty, there's a computerized Coca-Cola machine that mixed almost any kind of soda you can think of.
I sampled vanilla root beer.
Would be fun to have one of these machines that dispensed beer!
- Then you move on to the food section. Great sign here for Ultimate Cakes.
- Just past the cakes is a huge open kitchen where the chefs are making lots of fresh things!
- After walking up and down all the aisles, you finally land at the Wine and Beer area.
First off, let me say that having wine and beer in a supermarket makes things very convenient and I'm glad the Massachusetts law is being expanded to allow supermarkets to have more beer and wine licenses.Wegmans does beer and wine right.This is a photo of their $6 bottles of wine.
I was extremely happy to see one of my favorite beers at Wegman's, Alexander Keith's from Nova Scotia. I've never seen it in Mass, and bought a 6-pack of Brown Ale, and Lager.
- There's a huge selection of domestic singles and six packs, pictured here. There's also case sales.
- Wegmans also has a nice selection of imports. Around the corner you can also mix together your own 6-pack for $11.99.
- Check this video, Wegmans CocoPop Multigrain Cakes being made in the store. Fun!They are so light.
And finally, Wegman's has a sense of humor and carries Ben & Jerry's Schweddy Balls ice cream.
People are protesting this ice cream, and many Mass grocery have decided not to carry it because of public pressure.It's a joke people. Get over it.