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open the finest grocery you don't expect ~1 protests. it would raise eyebrows remodeled, state-of- Seattle store "Queen Anne it turned out, it raised an !~ stir:, notes, phone calls, letters Complaints to employees, change the name back to Thriftway". one thing we insist on it is listening to the store is becoming Admiral Thriftway i~lst in time for Its Grand Opening. the essential fact: this store we-have ever seen. Queen Anne you'll love this. Thriftway is a small, high-Quality the Thriftway family. You may know our QUeen Anne Hill, which has gar- it's share of praise from food and national, as well as from SUch as Julia Child and Martha even been-written up in Can't beat that. Or maybe you know our second Queen Anne Thriftway, opened twoyears ago to raves in Tacoma's Proctor neighborhood. Well, nowyou should see what's happening in West Seattle. This new store is by far our largest commitment yet-twice the size of the Queen Anne original-and with the same commitment to extraordi- nary foods at ordinary prices. Here, you'll find a seafood counter staffed with alumni from Seattle's best fish markets. A meat market whose precision cutters apprentice in Europe, An amazing array of fresh produce. A cheese department featuring more in the care beans fresh than 450 exotic varieties. A nutrition aisle with staff nutritionists. A wine depart- ment with thousands of bargains and expert wine stewards to helpyou navigate them. A fine bakery. An olive bar. A soda fountain. An incredible dell and grill. A chefs shop second to none. Watch TV's chef Jacques Boiroux whip up mango salsa salmon in our Kitchen Kiosk. Ask a customer service manager for help with a recipe o[your own. Or just sit down to lake it all in over a great latte, made with from our own roaster. It'syour store. Enjoy. And it's a Grand Opening, too. Now that we've settled the name. it's time to get on with lots of Grand Opening price specials. Uke plump, juicy rotisserie-roasted chickens $3.99 each. Seattle Super Smoke smoked chicken breast $6.59/!b. Grated Reggiano Parmesan cheese (arguably the world's best) just $9.95/Ib. Grand Central Bakery baguettes for $1.79. Hempler bacon $2.99/!b. Chio.uita bananas, six pounds for a dollar. Fresh roses, $6.98 the dozen, And that's just the beginning. You'll always lind great foods here at reasonable prices. So stop by. We thinkyou'll agree this is the most fun you've ever had grocery shopping. No matter what we call the place. Now open 24 hours a day at 42nd SW & Admiral Way, in West Seattle. Phone: 937-0551