NSA in New London and also the 33rd St Fine Fare in Union City.
The produce department is extremely well-stocked for a small store...
I was visiting at night, so it's not surprising that the hot food counter was empty. I'd like to come back and try the hot foods at a peak time. The last aisle continues as dairy and frozen foods.
Once again, same signs that we saw in New London. The side wall is to the left, looking up to the front wall with seafood at the front of this aisle.
Looking towards the back wall of the store.
Towards the front of the aisle, the frozen foods cases switch to juice. Check out the new Krasdale premium juices on the right, including orange juice and lemonades--inspired by Simply juices, of course, but much cheaper.
And there's plenty of tortillas, too.
Seafood counter along the front wall, which was being emptied for the night.
Nice selection, though, with each fish labeled as wild caught or farm raised, color-coded. Most of these smaller stores, if they have seafood, don't label very clearly.
The ceiling gets even higher along the front-end, with this mural on the wall over the grocery aisles.
Spacious and open front-end. During the day, the big windows must let in a lot of light. Customer service on the far end of the front-end.
This Bravo is a great reuse of an older supermarket and great for the neighborhood. I was very pleasantly surprised!
Bravo Supermarkets321 Scotland Rd, City of Orange, NJ
Open Daily 7AM-9PM
My Rating: ★★★★☆