Groceries & Markets in Junction, Seattle


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  • The Beer Junction
    Beer Junction is a hybrid pub and beer retailer that boasts more than 35 refrigerators full of brews, as well as hard ciders by the bottle or six-pack, growlers to go, beer steins and various other accessories. Beer geeks who find a favorite bottle in the fridges can drink it onsite for a small corkage fee, and a rotating events calendar features guest brewers or themed tastings representing multiple different breweries. Beyond the bottles, Beer Junction sports several taps of locally made craft beer, as well as a few wines by the glass. If you’re hungry, Beer Junction sells munchies like nuts and popcorn, but focuses its expertise on beverages rather than food. Patrons with bigger appetites are encouraged to order in from the handful of local sandwich and pizza joints that deliver or offer nearby pickup, or bring in their own food.
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    4511 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pilgrim's Natureway
    With the many parking choices near Pilgrim's Natureway, finding parking within walking distance is a breeze.
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    4455 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Hotwire Online Coffeehouse
    Set in a brick carriage house in the heart of West Seattle’s Junction neighborhood, Hotwire Online Coffeehouse dishes up more than just a great cappuccino and quick morning muffins. Custom coffee creations rotate with the seasons, and customers can enjoy fifteen minutes of free work time at the small shop’s bank of computers with every beverage purchase. New this year, patrons can also belly up to the in-house “Helios Bar” for a free 15-minute hit of light therapy, an antidote that pairs well with caffeine for combating Seattle’s lengthy rainy season. Busy commuters can also text in coffee orders for maximal time efficiency, but why rush away? In summer, Hotwire’s compact outdoor patio is a great place to pause with pooches or strollers over a steaming cup of joe before tackling the rest of the day.
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    4410 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Quality Food Center
    QFC West Seattle, the latest outpost of the growing local grocery chain, is designed for maximum convenience. Not only is the store open 24 hours, it also offers indoor parking for those looking to avoid the rain. With an extensive produce and organic section, a wine department that offers generous bottle discounts to QFC Advantage Card holders, a hot food bar, deli, bakery and in-store Starbucks counter with limited seating, nearly anything is possible inside the bright, clean space. Other amenities include a daily pharmacy and RedBox machine, perfect for anyone under the weather needing to pick up a prescription, grab a meal to take home and wanting to catch the latest new release DVD. Parent company Kroger offers a self-scanning checkout option, as well as an app that lets shoppers download digital coupons straight to their phones – how perfect for the tech-friendly Pacific Northwest.
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    4550 42nd Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Husky Deli
    Husky Deli and Catering: A User’s Guide Established 1932 | Made-to-Order Sandwiches | Hand-Crafted Ice Cream | International Grocery Sample Menu Specialty sandwich: Black Forest—european smoked ham, jarlsberg cheese, stone ground mustard on dark rye Side: scratch-made soup; selection changes daily Dessert: chocolate-chocolate cookie Family History Three generations of the Miller family have run Husky Deli. First, there was Herman Miller, who stood his ice cream maker—which he dubbed “Husky”—in the front window in hopes of drawing customers. Then, there was Herman’s son John, who woke his own sons up early in the morning to help him with the ice cream. Jack, one of those sons, leads the staff today, which also includes eight members of the Miller family’s fourth generation. In the Press According to a [feature in the Seattle Times](http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2012804806_mompop05.html, “Husky is where you buy ice cream in West Seattle.” Seattle Magazine says the “coffee Oreo ice cream is impossibly rich and caffeinated, and the double chocolate cheesecake is as decadent as it sounds” While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Flip through the stacks of vinyl at Easy Street Records, which staffers claim is Seattle’s “longest-running record store.” After: Get a treat for your four-legged friend at Next to Nature (4543 California Avenue SW)
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    4721 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Bartell Drugs Pharmacy
    If you're running low on vitamins, makeup, toiletries or medicine, stop by Bartell Drugs Pharmacy in Seattle and check off everything on your list. We all could use a little dairy in our diet, so why not add some to your day and pick it up at Bartell Drugs Pharmacy? You'll feel great knowing you're getting just the right nutrition. This fresh produce here is so tasty it will change the way we think about healthy eating. Canned goods are a kitchen staple. Don't be caught without them. Quit making your brain do all of the work to remember all the fun you've had. Get a camera or camcorder to record all of those moments you hold so dearly. With available parking nearby, Bartell Drugs Pharmacy is easily accessible by car. Bartell Drugs Pharmacy in Seattle is your one-step solution to affordable home, health, and beauty items. What more could you want in a drugstore?
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    4706 42nd Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US

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