Thanksgiving grocery-store hours in West Seattle

When:
November 24, 2016 all-day
2016-11-24T00:00:00-08:00
2016-11-25T00:00:00-08:00

Thanksgiving Day grocery store hours, updated as of 11/20/2016

*West Seattle Thriftway (4201 SW Morgan; WSB sponsor) will be open until 6 pm on Thanksgiving Day.

*Metropolitan Market (41st/42nd/Admiral; WSB sponsor) will be open until 2 pm Thanksgiving Day, closing until 6 am Friday 11/25

*QFC stores (42nd/Alaska and Westwood Village) will be open until 6 pm on Thanksgiving Day, then reopening 5 am Friday 11/25

*Safeway stores (Admiral, Junction, Roxbury) remain open 24 hours

*PCC Natural Markets-West Seattle (California SW/SW Stevens; WSB sponsor) closed on Thanksgiving Day

*Trader Joe’s (Fauntleroy/Alaska) closed on Thanksgiving Day

13 Replies to "Thanksgiving grocery-store hours in West Seattle"

  • Jefro November 27, 2014 (12:04 pm)

    Safeway? Booooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!

  • Rene K November 16, 2015 (1:19 pm)

    I agree with Jefro, boo for safeway!

  • drb November 25, 2015 (2:09 pm)

    Safeway is so not cool… I agree with the first two people…Boo to Safeway

  • sophista-tiki November 25, 2015 (5:49 pm)

    really? Booing safeway? dont trip over your PCness.

  • Level ground November 26, 2015 (9:24 am)

    Safeway- good for you! Holiday pay for your staff AND probably open with half staff- major applause. And all the forgetful people or bad cooks can still get what they need!

  • Kate K November 26, 2015 (9:46 am)

    Yay to PCC and Trader Joe’s for being closed on Thanksgiving so their employees can enjoy the holiday with their family and friends.

  • Union yes! November 26, 2015 (10:43 am)

    Those employees are most likely making double time and a half today. When I was working in the grocery business, holidays were the days I wanted to work. The pay was great on those days! Plus, those that got the holiday off were paid holiday pay. I think it’s a win!

  • DarkHawke November 26, 2015 (2:59 pm)

    Geez people. Isn’t there enough ill-will in this world without y’all sharing yours unbidden? So you’re irrationally anti-corporate. Fine, great, we get it, and I’m sure all your lock-step-minded friends are suitably impressed. So you can move on now, right? smh.

  • Christi November 26, 2015 (4:11 pm)

    Actually thank you to Safeway for being open today, something happened with thanksgiving and I had to scramble to help make a dinner. So awesome that we could get it done

  • newnative November 26, 2015 (6:13 pm)

    Those of us without families would rather be at work, than sitting home alone.

  • Jim P. November 26, 2015 (6:38 pm)

    Want to be sure you have the holiday of your choice off with your family? Don’t work for someplace that plans on being open on those days…easy.

    For those who object to people working on holidays, lets close down the PD, FD and the ER and all public transport including cabs and airports as well, they have families too.

    Can’t be sympathetic to some and not all can you?

  • DarkHawke November 24, 2016 (12:18 pm)

    Since WHEN, exactly, was it a cardinal sin to have a store open on Thanksgiving Day?!  I have made “oh, I forgot that one last thing” runs to various grocery stores, large AND small, for over 30 years!  Yes, it’s a GREAT thing to honor this holiday properly, but as Jim P. noted above, unless y’all want the city to fall apart for the day, some folks have got to work on this and many other days that the rest of us have off, including “weekends.”  Perhaps a touch more consideration before knee-jerking out a post next time?

  • Mrteach November 24, 2016 (1:12 pm)

     Back in the day, over 25 years ago, I worked for Safeway and loved working holidays. Yes I had a family, but yes I loved making the extra dough and having a good excuse not to be with my family.  ;). I was NEVER forced to work, indeed, those shifts were prized because we DID make 2 1/2 times our hourly wage.  Plus, we always had a potluck for those of us working.  Maybe I am just fondly remembering my youth, and I do appreciate people being cognizant of workers, but let people be w/o trying to comment/fix upon what ain’t broke

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