By Alex Oliviera
Source: Daily Mail
A beloved California supermarket that has been a community staple for over 40 years is closing as newer supermarkets like Whole Foods and Trader Joes move into the neighborhood.
The Lucky supermarket in Larkspur, California, will be closing its doors for good on April 14 following speculation its parent company, Save Mart Supermarkets, elected not to renew the location’s lease.
Located north of downtown San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge, the Larkspur Lucky market has been the neighborhood’s stalwart budget grocery option since it opened in 1982.
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