Last week, Costco opened a 105,000-square foot store on East 116th Street. Which means we city dwellers can now shop like our suburban friends and family—for 5-liter bottles of olive oil and 18-packs of paper towels.
Of course, several of the articles we've read focus on the non-edible goods (Louis Vuitton bags, Rolex watches), but we're curious about the food. Is there stuff there that we'd appreciate, even though we can't store enormous jars of peanut butter?
We've got some thoughts, but we don't have a membership (yet). Which means we're hoping some of you have been and can report back to us.