All Lucky’s Market stores are closing in Florida except for one will close next month, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
Known for providing a unique shopping experience, customers were able to drink wine or beer while perusing the grocery store aisles.
“A store that makes shopping fun because eating is fun,” Lucky’s Market describes itself.”
“A store that makes up for decades of factory farms and manufactured frankenfood. A store that will hook an entire generation on eating a little bit healthier. A store that does serious work, without taking itself too seriously. A store dedicated to good food. And making sure that everyone can enjoy it.”
Lucky’s Market was started in 2003 by two chefs, Trish and Bo Sharon, when they bought a convenience store in Boulder, Colorado.
Lucky’s Market expanded to 39 stores in 11 states with the biggest expansion occurring in Florida with 21 stores.
The Lucky’s Market store closings in Florida are part of a national closure of 32 stores, News 6 reported.
The one Lucky’s Market store to remain open is in Brevard County in West Melbourne, Florida.