Jeff, grocery manager at Central Market Shoreline.
Kim in Caffe Appassionato, an independent business in the market's silo.
Scott's making fresh tortillas in the market.
Julie is a familiar, friendly face in the front end.
Siavish - Sia for short - in the Meat Market.
A stuffed gorilla hangs over the banana display - it's kind of famous (with kids at least)!
Jason, Shoreline's merchandiser.
Ready for customers at the check-out stands.
Central Market Shoreline became a member of the Town & Country family in 1990 as the relatively small Shoreline Price Chopper. In 2000, the store reopened as the 57,500-square-foot Central Market, featuring 10,000 square feet devoted to fresh organic and conventional produce, a 52-foot-long Meat Market service counter and live shellfish tanks.
It was the Shoreline store that first employed the silo as the iconic symbol of Central Market’s commitment to connecting people to the source of their food, and used the tagline, “Celebrating Fresh!”
Another remodel in 2008 expanded the Deli, which now offers large self-service bars for salads, soups, vegetarian entrees and olive-and-antipasto bar. With a microwave, in-store seating for about 50 people and a check-out stand that operates from 10:30 am to 8 pm right in the Deli, our Deli has become a popular spot for lunch – great choices and super fresh. We provide recycling and composting receptacles in the dining area.
The store employs 160 people, and attracts customers not just from the surrounding neighborhoods, but from Seattle to Edmonds and east to Lake Forest Park and even Kirkland.
We support Hopelink, a non-profit that helps families in crisis get back on their feet; local schools; youth sports teams; neighborhood associations; community organizations; and events like the Shoreline Math Olympiad.
Special features offered by Central Market Shoreline include our Sushi Bar, Central Pizzeria, Tortilla Machine, Salad, Soup and Noodle Bars …