Permanent signs now installed at Trader Joe's Bridgemarket store/Upper East Site
Permanent signs now installed at Trader Joe's Bridgemarket store/Upper East Site

When Trader Joe’s New Upper East Side Store will Open

Update: Trader Joe’s is now open. Click here for a first look inside. MANHATTAN - The highly-anticipated new Trader Joe’s store located under the 59th Street bridge is just a few weeks from opening, Upper East Site can exclusively report.
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  1. Morton Williams is a very good chain of stores. O love the smalish one at 1st Ave and 81st str. The employees who worked there for years are like family. Friendly, know customers by their names etc. Plus, the store has a varisty of quality products domestic and imported.
    The large supermarket at 1st ave btw 72nd-73rd streets is fabulous. Clean and full of everything one can think of. Often it has good deals on variety of products.

  2. I have to say my experience with Morton Williams and D’Agostino are quite good. Always strange to me to see people hating on them so hard.

  3. Great news. Finally, Midtown & Eastside residents will have a supermarket with reasonable prices for groceries and especially better, polite and friendly employees who not only like their job but are also better trained to be customer friendly. It’s going to be a pleasure not to shop anymore in expensive Morton Williams, Dagastino and Whole Foods with a management who hire employees where the majority of them seem to be bored, somewhat rude and don’t like their job.

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