double-wide aisle, removing the first grocery aisle, since the time of my visit.
comparable Latin grocery store in Florida, but it's rare to come across a store like this in the NYC area that doesn't sell products like leafy greens.
2000s decor on this post. And since I now actually have three Bravos to one CTown for the decor package, it's quite likely it was used in both brands and could have even been developed especially for Bravo. Second, let's focus a little more carefully. Observant readers will realize that the aisle marker is in fact not an aisle marker but a checkout lane marker. There's no space for listing anything in the aisle, and it offers a rather premature "Thank You for Shopping Bravo." I can't picture hanging that in the very cramped front end of this store, so does anyone else think it's possible that it's secondhand? You can see from this Google Maps photo that aisle 3 is the only one with the checkout lane marker instead of a standard aisle marker.
Bravo Supermarkets401 W Fulton Ave, Hempstead, NY
Photographed December 2018