Legoland Georgetown by Laura*B.
Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:
- DC Metrocentric checks in with the times and tribulations of Wormley Row.
- Some more pics from inside the Safeway.
- French Market returning again.
Safeway recently gave us one less reason to stay loyal during the construction of Social Safeway Mark II. As GM pointed out, Safeway offered an automatic 10% discount to Georgetown residents when they shop at one of Safeway’s other stores. GM naively thought this hardship discount would last during the extent of the construction. He found out last weekend that that’s not the case. Apparently Safeway stopped the discount in July.
GM didn’t notice until his Safeway Club Card discount seemed only as big as, well, a normal Club Card discount. The cashier verified our suspicions, the 10 percent discount was discontinued. Presumably Safeway figures whatever habits Georgetowners will form during the construction have already formed.
And hey, how’s that construction coming anyway? Construction photo after the jump: Continue reading →
Good morning Georgetown. Welcome to the second Morning Metropolitan:
To anyone who hasn’t swung by the Social Safeway, you may not have seen that it has been reduced to a small pile of rubble. Social Safeway is dead! Long live Social Safeway!
Some more pics after the jump:
Social Safeway is no more and we have roughly eleven months until Social Safeway Mark II opens. So unless you’ve got one gigantic pantry, you’re going to need to find a new option for groceries. GM explores some of your options after the jump:
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