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5353 N Elston Ave Chicago, IL, 60630
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  • Laura Castro 20 days ago

    This store is great,except for the bakery,the service is horrible,5 people working, one of them was the guy in charge and I couldn't get waited on,if you have to go to the bakery go early,you may have better luck then I did. And if they still suck,complain to the manager,maybe then they will treat customers right!!

  • Emily Cerbone 30 days ago

    Ordered four appetizer/dip trays for a company party and arrived to only three. I was also told that chips would be included "on the house," but they were not. Additionally, no assistance was given in taking these trays to my car. My company often has events that need catering and this location is convenient for me. Highly doubtful that I will use them again.

  • Angelina Martinez 32 days ago

    I enjoy this store, they sell many good foods. They have a very enjoyabld hot food bar, salad bar, deli , cheese area, and bakery. One thing to add on, is that sometimes they don't have fresh hot food at the hot bar. It's also sometimes dry. Lastly, the deli sometimes doesnt cut meat or cheese as thing or thick as you want it.

  • Gumaro Esparza 105 days ago

    This Mariano's is by far one of better stores. The one closest to me is slipping when it comes to quality. It's worth going out of my way to buy produce that's fresh.

  • Tery Lockitski 152 days ago

    Great balance of pricing and quality items. If whole foods had a nicer, low maintenance brother, Mariano's would be it. This location is new and I've been impressed at the quality and variety of items available. If you're a gourmand or on a special diet, you won't be disappointed. It's closer to us than happy foods with significantly better variety, quality, and prices...and workers who really know their products. I spent an hour at their gourmet cheese department and learned so much just asking a few questions about the cheese making process and why certain cheeses taste the way they do

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