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The long-awaited East Village outpost of Westside Market will finally debut on Third Avenue on October 1st, DNAinfo reports. It'll be the family-run grocery chain's sixth location and will be open 24 hours a day. Did we mention there will be a fancy pizza bar? There will be a fancy pizza bar.
"We have the bourgie-ness," co-owner George Zoitas, the son of Westside's original founders, told Bedford + Bowery about the new location. "Our build-outs are extensive, and clean. We don't cut any corners and our price point is great." Well then—"bourgie-ness" aside, here's hoping this will fill the gap between Whole Foods' prices and Trader Joe's endless lines.
· Westside Market to Open in the East Village This Month [DNAinfo]
· An Early Look Inside Westside Market's Eastside Debut [B+B]
· Westside Market's East Village Store Will Have Wi-Fi! [Racked NY]