Soviets Can Handle Snow

Soviet Safeway by maxedaperture

I have been hearing from friends that grocery stores in the area are fresh out of the basics: milk, bread, and toilet paper.  Oh, and by “hearing”, I mean via photos on Flickr and Facebook updates – sorry, I forgot that nobody actually speaks to each other anymore.  So I decided to go to my local grocery store to see how they’ve weathered the storm.  My conclusion: the Soviet Safeway at 17th & Corcoran is stocked full of everything you need to survive.

How is your local grocery store doing?  Tell us in the comments.

Hailing from the Mile High City, Max has also lived in Tinsel Town, the Emerald City, as well as the City of Brotherly Love. Now a District resident, he likes to write about cool photos by local photographers, the DC restaurant and bar scene, or anything else that pops into his mind.

3 thoughts on “Soviets Can Handle Snow

  1. I don’t know! SW Waterfront Safeway was closed when I got back from my snowmageddon meanderings through town at about 2:30. I had been planning to stop by just in case I felt moved to buy something last minute.

  2. I’m telling you, everything you see here was gone by 5pm. Plus Soviet put cardboard boxes on the floor so people wouldn’t slip, but the cardboard just got wet shredded. It was pretty messy in there.

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