It’s a bakery, cafe, restaurant, market, butcher, and wine shop. If it was next to Home Depot, it’d be the perfect place to shelter during armageddon. But since it’s not the end of the world, you can pop in and find a solution for every meal instead. Go for an early breakfast or espresso before work. Order a couple flaky Argentinian empanadas to-go for a snack. Dine in and order a half panini (we like the Next Door with prosciutto, mozzarella, and tomatoes) and soup for lunch. Or you can pick out a bottle of wine from the shop to enjoy with a skirt steak for dinner (they’ll open it for you with no corkage fee). Graziano’s Market really has something for everyone, minus survivalists. We still recommend Home Depot for that.