Readers' Choice: Vote for the Best Grocery Store

Let us know the best grocery store in Huntington, Dix Hills and Northport so we can put it to a vote and find out which is the Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.

Where can you find the best grocery store in Huntington, Dix Hills and Northport?

Patch is relaunching its Readers’ Choice program and we’re asking you, your friends, family, neighbors, coworkers and anyone else who knows the about our area to nominate the best spots.

The nomination period ran through July 9.

Now it’s time to vote. Cast your vote by Aug. 17 and help us decide who's best. Whichever business gets the most votes will be named our Readers' Choice winner.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

Harriet Spitzer July 07, 2012 at 08:59 PM
Although not in the geographic areas you mentioned, Fairway's in Plainview (Nassau County) is a real contender for best grocery. Their meat, fish and cheese offerings are first rate.
Pat August 03, 2012 at 01:05 PM
Pat Though not any of the choices mentioned, the new ShopRite, in Commack is clean, well stocked with sale items, and has great policy on sale items with a limit. The managers are polite and courteous especially John C., the store manager. They offer a great pharmacy plan for generic perscriptions, including some free antibotics and diabetic medications. Patients receive the lowest price for the medication even if they have a prescription plan that charges a higher co-pay. You can't ask for better customer care in today's economy. John's Farms in Plainview has great prices and sales.
Old Fisherman August 03, 2012 at 02:56 PM
Stop and Shop in Northport and the IGA in Fort Salonga should be added to the list
Robin888 August 04, 2012 at 05:08 PM
None. Nada. Zero. The grocery stores in this area (Northport/East Northport) are off-the-scale bad. Really, really bad! Dirty--all of them. Inventory--virtually identical and never beyond mediocre. Customer service--non-existent; Stop-n-Shop employees and managers take the top prize in arrogance, laziness and utter incompetence. Despite the different companies (Stop-n-Shop, King Kullen, IGA, etc.) doing business locally, there is no competition between stores. We are a geographically captive group of consumers and these stores are apparently profitable enough with their share of customers that they see no need to vie for our business. So they don't. Pray for Wegman's people, pray for Wegman's!
Bobby Jaxx August 17, 2012 at 02:59 PM
Waldbaums in Greenlawn


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