Cheap, good food. Community feeling.
Come for the produce and cheese, stay for the pages on the loudspeaker.
Worth the monthly work shift. Produce, cheese, bulk grains/nuts, and beer are the best deals. If you can't find something, look up. They take advantage of vertical space
Awesome! Solidarity Economy at work.
Revolutionaries pay cash, though debit is accepted as well.
The produce selection here is simply amazing. I've never had so much variety that I've felt obligated to try food that looked poisonous. Of course, those fruits were the best.
Legendary coop, amazing prices, community spirit, accessible.
Stay away at 6pm weekdays... you may want to shoot yourself.
Work your shift, tolerate the craziness, skip the drama and stock up on the best produce.
Love the organic strawberries and Honeycrisp Apples here as well as the fresh radishes and golden beets and fresh peas! Xx
The almond croissants are amazing!
Don't shop on Fridays or Saturday afternoons!
Best time to shop: Friday evenings after 8:00 pm. The shelves are fully stocked for the weekend and there are very few shoppers.
Try the Steve's caramel salt vanilla ice cream.. and the Mary's original glutenfree crackers made out of myriads of seeds
Movement is life
Produce is ace, everything is seasonal and a lot is local. Cheese and bulk is great. Meat so-so. Lines and crowds painful. All worth the cheap prices and great quality! Oh and the beers are great
You need a membership. Wtf is this? Hipster costco?
I keep forgetting how long the lines are on Saturday afternoons. They are crazy long.
never miss your shift
The produce is always fresh!!!
Stay away! Its soo mindbogglingly crowded!
One of my favorite places to be...Quality healthy food choices. Nice diverse community...
Don't come on Sunday nights
Didn't realize that they DO have most things you need here (veggie peelers, electric toothbrush head refills, razors for ladies, etc)...when in doubt, look up above the aisles.
Don't go with a visitor...to much pretentiousness and rudeness!
The key to shopping here is understanding that there's never a good place to stand, and you're always in somebody's way.
Inventory squad is a good way to find out what's in the store without the crowd.
It's quite as good as Trader Joe's, but much more complicated.
Leave your kids at home or in childcare
Definitely a must-join if you're looking for fresh food and a chance to be a part of the Park Slope community.
Produce is fantastic, cheese shelf is meh, people are mostly pleasant, and the prices are stunning. Worth every minute of the monthly shift.
Get the yellow bell peppers
Mondays always bring a fresh shipment of produce
Don't come on a Sunday afternoon.
The Park Slope Food Coop has been around since 1973 and has over 15,500 members. Only members may shop at the co-op, but membership is open to all.
Leave your kids in childcare upstairs (to feast on unlimited bagels) while you shop.
Love it, but don't come on Sunday night unless you don't mind lines.
Don't listen to the naysayers! It's the best deal in town for local produce, gmo-free foods, veggie products & more!!
Great dry food bulk food section.
Think it's too crowded here? Come help start the new Greene Hill Food Coop in Clinton Hill! (Google "Greene Hill" for more info.)
You can make requests for items not already stocked by the coop
Tuesday evenings seem to be the best times to go. No one is ever there.
Almond croissant. They're to die for.
Try the vegan Tamarind Curry. It's soooo amazing with fresh veggies and tofu!
Got a kid? Leave the little brat at home!
Shop on Tuesday nights to avoid the rush.
They actually do have pomegranate molasses, confirmed by the voice of loudspeaker.
The new Quorn products: cutlets. They're made with a fungi protein which is very healthy.
Best shift is 05:45 to 08:15am on weekends