“I moved to 3323 R Street in the spring of '71,” said socialite Tandy Dickerson, ‘and shopped at the original Safeway on Wisconsin about a block away.After shopping, I would drive up in my coral Pontiac Le Mans convertible to pick up my grocery bags, and still remember how nice the men were when they placed those bags into the back seat.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I finally tried out 1 of the self checkout counters at the local Safeway where you scan the items, choose your payment method, pay & bag the groceries yourself.
” “My kids were raised in two places,” said author and political journalist Myra Mac Pherson. The laughable thing to me was how people dressed for it or at least put on make up for fear they would run into someone they knew-- which happened all the time.
When asked if he ever tried to get a date on Friday night at The Social Safeway, Donald Sigmund replied, “not just Friday night, every night.” “I started shopping at Social Safeway in 1976 when I started working at Tramp’s (a now defunct sports bar),” said PR gal Linda Roth.
“I have been shopping there regularly since I moved to Georgetown in 1999.
The east side of the building features a beautiful four-panel mosaic by John Garth that depicts food cultivation and its transportation from around the world to the Marina Safeway.
It’s worth a look if you happen to be around Fort Mason (if we’re putting this in Michelin Green Guide speak, it’d be one star: interesting but not worth a diversion or a trip).