It’s Saturday (or whenever you do your shopping) and you’re getting ready to brave the crowds and grab the necessary sundries. But where do you go?
Our “” series takes us inside the grocery bags of St. Charles. What’s the best grocery store in St. Charles?
Whether you’re a coupon clipper or a list maker, you know where your favorite place is. Tell us in the comments.
As usual, only one comment per user. You’ll have until Friday night to cast your vote.
(Editor's Note: This list of grocery stores isn't exhaustive. It's just meant to spark inspiration. You don't have to pick just from the list below.)
—A hometown choice, the Blue Goose is the neighborhood grocery store in downtown St. Charles. It’s family-owned and a landmark in the city.
—While not exactly a local market, Butera is a small chain that operates in the Chicago area. The East Main Street location is one of just 10 stores.
Jewel-Osco—The Itasca-based supermarket chain keeps two locations in St. Charles, one on and the other off of .
—It’s easy to spot the big red store. Target is another of the large big-box type stores on or near East Main Street in the city’s east side business corridor.
—This 24-hour “hypermarket”—a combination of a supermarket and department store—sites on the border of Geneva on Randall Road.