Lucky's Market Natural Grocer Opening First Southeast Florida Store In Coral Springs March 23
A new specialty grocery store opening in Coral Springs will host its official bacon-cutting ceremony next week.
Yes, we said bacon-cutting.
Lucky's Market will kick off its grand opening day festivities on Wednesday, March 23, at 8 a.m. with team members cutting through a huge slab of bacon with what organizers describe as a ninja knife.
The day will continue with food samples, fun, and grant presentations to local nonprofits LifeNet4Families and Scentsability totaling $10,000.
Lucky's Market is natural and organic grocer known for its in-house cured and smoked bacon, ready-to-eat meals, and "never ever" meats that have never been treated with antibiotics or artificial growth hormones.
The Coral Springs store in Royal Eagle Plaza will be the third Lucky's Market in Florida, with the other two located in Naples and Gainesville. A second Broward location is set to open in Plantation later this year.
The Colorado-based chain was founded in 2003 by two chefs who wanted to create a grocery store for food lovers like themselves. They aimed to provide quality products at affordable prices and genuine personalized service.
In addition to a wide selection of natural, organic and gluten-free products, the Coral Springs store will offer a juice bar selling fresh juices and smoothies, plus beer and wine.
On Saturday, March 26—the weekend after opening—Lucky's Market will host a tasting fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring some of the chain's favorite vendors, food samples and gift basket giveaways.
The 32,000-square-foot store will offer free wellness activities and tours highlighting gluten-free products or other food categories. Plus, customers can enjoy 10-cent credits for reusable bags, or donate that credit to one of several charitable organizations.
Lucky's Market; 9200 Wiles Road, Coral Springs
(Images via Facebook/Lucky's Market Coral Springs)