Mai Pham visited Revival Market and wrote about her awesome experience there. Commenter Ali agreed that it's a great place:
Love it. I'm such a fan. The bread. The meat. The coffee. All of it. And I run in to people I know there all the time. AND I love the grocery sacks. I know that's a weird thing to like, but I hate plastic crap bags you get most places. I love the sturdy brown paper bag with a handle. I holds my loaves of multigrain and brioche bread perfectly without tipping, tearing or spilling.
We are right there with you, Ali -- paper bags rule. Of course, some shoppers bring their own bags to the grocery store. Tell us, EOW readers: How do you get your groceries home?
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