GIANT Food Stores has completed a major remodel of its store located at 1201 Knapp Road in Montgomeryville (North Wales). The store underwent a six-month remodel to provide customers with an expanded product selection and features for a more convenient shopping experience.
of those features is a Beer Garden and Eatery which will seat thirty-five. This
location marks the ninth GIANT store to sell beer in Pennsylvania. Montgomeryville
customers will find a vast selection of domestic and imported beers with an
emphasis on craft and specialty beers in the Beer Garden and Eatery. A wide
variety of eat-in and take-out selections will be offered, including a hot
buffet, hot and cold sandwiches, Chinese, wraps and subs, piping hot savory
soups, an array of baked foods and desserts, and a wide selection of other
beverages and coffee. Customers will
have a “mix-a-six” option where they can create their own six packs from a
variety of craft beers. The Beer Garden
and Eatery Café will offer free WiFi and will be open Monday – Saturday 7:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Sundays 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
are excited to bring a bigger selection of products and store amenities to the
Montgomeryville community,” said Doug Sternberger, district director. “This remodel
offers our customers even more convenience, quality, and value they expect from
customers will find key departments such as produce, deli, meat, and seafood
have been freshened with new décor and fixtures along with an improved variety
of product. Another unique feature to be found is the new on-site Sushi bar.
GIANT’s ongoing commitment to health and wellness, customers will find a
broader assortment of natural and organic products in a dedicated section
called Nature’s Promise Marketplace, which includes more than 2,500 frozen, dairy, grocery and
special diet selections. To assist customers on gluten-free diets due to celiac
disease or other health concerns, the gluten-free product area located within Nature’s Promise Marketplace was
expanded to sixteen feet.
an eye on energy conservation, LED lighting was newly installed in many areas
of the store, including overhead track lights, spotlights on specialty areas
& displays, exterior store signs and in the frozen food cases. LED lights
are longer-lasting and are expected to reduce wattage by half.
is enforcing a 100% proof-of-age policy at the new Beer Garden and Eatery.
Cashiers will ask for proper identification – a valid driver’s license,
passport or military identification card – from any customer wanting to
purchase alcohol, regardless of age.
twenty-four hours daily, the Montgomeryville GIANT has been in existence since
2000 and employs 195 associates.