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The Long Island City blog liQcity takes a gander at Foodcellar, the neighborhood's new upscale supermarket, and likes what it sees. "First of all, it’s gigantic. Tons and tons of elbow room. It’s so big, it feels like a suburban Whole Foods, in mod colors. There’s your standards: oversized produce section, health and beauty, bakery, butcher, and fishmonger. Add to that mix: sweets & chocolates, sushi bar, hot and cold deli, pizza bar, aisles of packaged foods and a windowed seating area. You know, like an Amish Market." [liQcity; Previously]