It's certainly not Boscov's or Wanamaker's anymore. In fact, the old two-story department store at Montgomery Mall in Montgomery Township was stripped down to ground and built anew as a 126,000-square-foot Wegmans Food Market, the 83rd one thus far. More than 600 people have been trained and are ready for the rush of new shoppers once the doors open Sunday at 7 a.m. These employees will serve many roles in Wegmans' grocery and market cafe areas. The Market Cafe, overseen by executive chef Tim Barth, makes up nearly half of the space, which serves as a mecca for all tastebuds. There are more than 250 seats outdoor and indoor, and food can be dine-in or take-out. Name it, it's here: Restaurant and bar; coffee shop ("The Buzz") with breakfast sandwiches, specialty coffee and tea; soup station with up to six varieties of soups and chilis (which can also be purchased in the cold food display); pizza shop; old-fashioned subs; sushi; vegetable bar; Asian bar, featuring Thai, Indian and Chinese cuisines; Chef's Case with $6, $8 and $10 meals; and beer. Oh, the beer. Store manager Keith Grierson said the beer area has more than 800 selections of beer, domestic and imported and even local. Wegmans encourages a "Craft Your Own" 6-pack, and allows up to two 6-packs for carryout and single servings. The produce area greets visitors upon entering Wegmans. The family business began as such in 1916, according to media relations director Jo Natale, and thus, produce is front and center. Natale said there are more than 700 fruits and vegetables daily, and Wegmans partners with local growers to sell fruits and vegetables that are in season. Kosher deli? Has it. Regular deli? Has it too. There's also a Charcuterie right next to it. A charcuterie is the spot to get prepared bacon, sausage and ham, like prosciutto. The seafood area will steam anything, anytime. Don't overlook the shrimp area either. Around the corner--a cheese bar, complete with 300-plus cheeses and an Affinage. An affinage is a humidity- and temperature-controlled chamber for aging cheese. Wegmans also has signage identifying the gluten free and natural and organic items in the store.