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Thuan Dat in Quincy now a New York Mart(s)

kobuta | Sep 21, 201301:47 PM     6

Thuan Dat in Quincy (aka the old CVS space on Hancock) has been converted to a New York Mart (though their temp sign reads New York Marts). Not sure why the rush to open, as their shelves are half-empty and today while browsing they were still stocking up on the dry goods. Their seafood and meat areas are up and running, as are the fresh veggies.

Didn't do much to spiff up the place from Thuan Dat days but I always look forward to a closer market option when I'm out an ingredient. Will look forward to their being fully stocked and see if they offer anything new or more competitive prices. I imagine they will plan a bigger grand opening with some deals to be had in the near future.

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