The people in this health food store/restaurant are the snottiest, most hateful people I have ever endured in a store. When you enter the store, it's nice enough with large selections of health foods & supplements. Over in the corner is the restaurant, more like just a few booths thrown up in the corner of a store than a restaurant, reminiscent of the drug store/ soda bar days. The prices are exorbitant as used to be customary with many health food stores. The old days of health food stores jacking up their prices are closing as more & more people are demanding healthy & organic products; but this store seems to be fighting fate to keep standard market forces from working in their particular store.
The spiritual chill takes place when you have the audacity to ask someone who works there a question. The best way I can describe their customer relations is condescending sneers, of the which I haven't experienced the likes of since entering a used clothing store who thought they were Saks Fifth Avenue!
These people obviously think they're "all that" but haven't figured out that since the invention of Al Gore's internet, with it's easy access to any health foods & the United Marketstreet a few blocks away selling organic fresh produce & sporting a nice little discounted health food section, market forces may force Eat Rite to act right.
You can catch me doing 20 chews on each bite my bean sprout sandwich at the park, as I'll never darken the doors of this museum again.
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