Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Bravo Supermarkets coming to Avenue D

The build-out continues at 119 Avenue D between Eighth Street and Ninth Street ... and it's starting to look a lot like a grocery store...

The work permits on file with the city list Bravo Supermarkets as the incoming tenant. The New York-based Bravo has more than 70 locations in the northeast (with nearly a dozen in Brooklyn and Queens) as well as in Florida.

Per the Bravo website:

Bravo Supermarkets are neighborhood grocery stores that your family can depend on! Because all of our stores are independently owned and operated, we have the unique ability to truly cater to the needs of our communities, which is why no two Bravo Supermarkets are exactly alike! At Bravo you'll find the products that are meant for the people who live in the neighborhood- stocked with a large assortment of specialty and international products, fresh meat, seafood, produce and so much more!

No word on an opening date just yet.

Avenue D is currently served by Uncle Johnny Grocery and Compare Foods as well as several delis.

The previous tenant at No. 119, the All in One Value Center, closed last fall.


Anonymous said...

I'd much rather have the All in One Value store back. The Compare supermarket is, actually, quite well stocked with a lot of sales items. What's the point of adding another, with one two blocks away?

Anonymous said...

I'm really hoping this isn't some price gouging store like Associated on Avenue C, that, by the way, has the worst produce in the East Village. I welcome a new place closer to Avenue D.

Anonymous said...

What's the point of having 13 bodegas/delis in 10 blocks (more like 5 blocks considering they are all on westside of Avenue D)