It’s been almost two months since Star Market at the Hub on Causeway opened its doors, ushering customers into its 600,000 square-foot space. In addition to groceries, the supermarket sells prepared meals and hot foods; beer, wine, and spirits; and features a convenience store and Starbucks.
Some NorthEndWaterfront.com readers like the new supermarket, commenting that the Star Market is a “fantastic store, incredible selection” and that it is “big and has everything.” Others have expressed some dislike, saying the location is intimidating and does not entice them to shop there. The cost of parking encourages some to continue shopping at places where parking is free.
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