GROCERY OUTLET OPENS

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market has opened at 2840 De la Vina Street (formerly Ralphs and Alpha Beta). The official Grand Opening is scheduled for Saturday, April 8, 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. and includes a $500 grand prize drawing, a 25% off coupon for the first 100 customers, coffee, treats and $1 hot dog with drink from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.


A photo of Grocery Outlet taken a few days before opening, during final preparations.

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6 Responses to GROCERY OUTLET OPENS

  1. Ted says:

    Formerly Alpha Beta 🙂

    • Jim says:

      And formerly FAD in ’69 & ’70. Just checked it out, bought $15 worth for $10 with the coupon and got the free Burger Bus lunch. All totally new and of course clean inside. Prices pretty much the same as Ralph’s sale prices. Lot of S&F type bulk packages I can’t use but enough individual items that I’m liking it, like an individual lime versus having to elsewhere for one when shopping at TJ’s. Didn’t check out the wine yet. Only negative is no deli or bakery. Guess that’s why it seems so much bigger inside.

  2. Jiles Wimberton says:

    Not So ‘Dirty Ralphs’….

  3. mo says:

    Most Grocery Outlet stores, at least in the bay area, Carry mostly named brand items and Items that are found at Whole foods, trader joes and high end grocery stores. If Santa Barbara store follows. It should be a great place to shop!. Close to expiration items you can freeze or use right away. Vitamins, hair products, everyday goods. Ive only found one that carries hard alcohol, otherwise most carry wine and beer. Good luck..Hoping this pans out!

  4. Hefe says:

    Went in looking for dog food and not much to choose from but left with 3 Cornish game hens for $4.57!

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