In our dream world, we only have to shop at one grocery store. No driving all over town. We can find everything we need in one place. We’ve found that place!
Northgate Gonzalez Market in Norwalk, California is not your typical Latin grocery store. Keeping the family legacy alive and thriving, the Gonzalez family developed a Mexican “mercadito” concept by offering a panaderia, carniceria, floreria, lecheria and a tortilleria to name a few, all in one grocery store. There are also agua frescas, pressed juice, a hot food section, a salad bar, a queso and jamon bar, fresh guacamole made to order and sushi. Yes, sushi!
From the fresh produce to a vast grab-and-go section for the daily lunch crowd, Northgate Market caters to everyone in the family. Here are a few highlights:
The in-house tortilleria carries a variety of flour and corn tortillas, all freshly made.
Tons of fresh produce at a very affordable price.
The fully stocked panaderia smelled amazing.
Carnitas, carne asada, pollo, chicharrones — chances are Northgate will have what you’re looking for.
The generously-packed ceviche is made daily and can be found in the Grab & Go section.
Every type of pan dulce you can think of to bring to your next holiday party.
Savory empanadas made in-house by a man from Argentina.
All of Northgate’s seafood is brought in fresh daily.
With a well-stocked floreria in the store, there is no reason why you can’t have fresh flowers in your home on a daily basis.
So many different salsas to choose from.
Northgate Market is very thoughtfully laid out for the shopper to easily navigate in. Truly, you can find everything you need in one store and that is so exciting! With the holidays upon us, we’re happy to know that everything we need for our family celebrations, our posadas and holiday parties can be found in one place. Just bring your shopping list and your appetite.
Disclosure: A special thank you to Northgate Market for giving us a tour of their store. All opinions are our own.Tags: grocery store, Latin market, market, Mexican mercado, Northgate Market, shopping, Southern California Posted by