Lucky’s Market

974 W Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

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  • Taylor Sessions   Jan 03, 2018

    It's a smaller store but they offer a good variety. Clean modern interior. Friendly staff. Doesn't have that typical grocery store stench of fish or other undesirable odors. I would highly recommend.

  • Tim “Jhcowboy68” Brooks   Jun 16, 2019

    My wife and I recently moved to Jackson at the beginning of the year and have been going to different grocery stores to find our next go to store that has a great supply of organic and health food. Our experience here has been sub power, we were expecting a lot more from this store. The store layout is like walking into a maze. The checkout line and the staff are unfriendly and have poor communication skills. They are no Trader Joe's.....which is the best!

  • Heather Sedgeman   Oct 07, 2019

    Small store that's getting better. They often have staffing issues, lines, only one person working and that person grumpy. Store is small so selection is limited but they have solid array of plant based alternatives at reasonable prices and some really good deals on liquor. Imo their produce area is the worst. Old fruits and veggies, flies, and sometimes a smell. Living here my whole life you learn to go to this store for this and another for that but I do wish they had fresher fruit, veg, and herbs.

  • Jeremiah Feicht   Feb 17, 2018

    I like Luckys Market and honestly probably prefer it to the other natural food grocer in Jackson but I still don't shop there much because they do tend to be a little pricey. But they do have a great selection of dried fruit and I enjoy there fresh made pizza which is not too terribly expensive. Overall its a good resource.

  • Mike Ernst   Mar 26, 2019

    I'm a big fan of Lucky's in Boulder and was delighted to find one on our visit to Jackson. Excellent selection. Lots of good quality meats, produce, canned goods, bulk bins. Local items, Lucky's own brand, plus familiar national names. The in-store deli and grab and go items can be a cost-effective way to eat in a resort town. There's a beer/wine/liquor section as well. Everything you might need in one location. Usually the best price on bananas in town.

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