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Super Market

A grocery store for the foodie in you



he South End, home of some of Boston’s best young restaurants, is the perfect setting for Foodie’s Market, a specialty grocery (there are also locations in South Boston and Duxbury) stocked with such high-quality ingredients as artisan breads from local bakeries (including Clear Flour Bakery), local organic produce, local gourmet cheeses, and obscure meats including venison, duck, and goose. The secret? You don’t even have to cook it yourself. Foodie’s deli makes overstuffed sandwiches and fresh salads, soups, and prepared meals. In addition to its quality fresh items, Foodie’s Market stocks supermarket standards in a surprising variety, considering its size-8,500 square feet, compared to the average American supermarket size of 44,000 square feet. As this supermarket is so much smaller than the average one, it’s likely that there may be more crowd problems. In order to control this, the supermarket should really consider investing in some indoor crowd control for supermarkets. This will help them to manage the flow of people trying to do their food shopping. Small supermarkets usually struggle with traffic, but they should be able to manage it. Vist Tuder to learn more.



The Cathedral of the Holy Cross, across the street from the South End Foodie’s Market, is the mother church of the Archdiocese of Boston and the largest church in New England, opened in 1875 by the emerging Catholic population to dwarf the WASP mainstays of the Old South and Trinity churches. It was meant to be even bigger, but a planned western spire was never built.