"Prices are bit high for quality of produce."
"Bad place to work because front end manager is bad with employees"
"My favorite place to buy groceries, and the staff is always friendly."
Came here to get hamburgers and buns to grill out. Get home and the buns are moldy. Went to Walmart across the street to get buns same night. Go back to the king soopers the next day to get some other items including garlic. Tell the guy at check out about the buns being moldy and he says I have to bring them back to the store to get a refund. It’s $1.80 so whatever. Employee while I’m looking at garlic tells me just to take one - “they all look the same.” Get home and crack open the garlic and it’s dry and gross. Also cut open a watermelon and it looks like this. Do i really need to haul this stuff back up there?
The staff is amazing! 👏 Pharmacist John is top shelf👌 The reason for a 4 🌟 star is that the pharmacy is closed from 1p -1:30p. That ends up being a hassle 🙃.
Need more self-check registers! Only 4 were functioning and there was a line. There was a few lanes with cashiers waiting for customers. The lane I entered I wasn’t greet just looked at and felt like I was interrupting a person conversation. The cashier was Lorraine, from what my receipt says. She had her cell phone out and only thing she said to me was, “would you like a bag?” I understand we are all over worked and don’t feel appreciated at many companies but I think I’m going to start shopping else where.
Prices and everything is standard king Soopers and good, decent selection and clean, but there is always a long line to checkout. Only one register open and only one of two self checkout areas open too.
They have bike parking, which by American standards, is already pretty shocking. The grid rack style they chose however, is a very poor choice for security since you can only lock your front wheel. Even replacing this with just 2 "inverted U" racks would be a massive upgrade and allow more people to make the leap to replacing a few car trips a month knowing their bike is safe outside.
Does it make any sense to go to a Starbucks owned facility with Covid-19? I just don’t see the value, when a few steps west of this facility, in the same shopping center you have Kings Supermarket with a Starbucks counter with even more options to have with your coffee (i.e. Donuts, etc) at a much better price. The whole point of Starbuck is the experience... if tables are closed, with only Pickup & Delivery - then the Starbuck facilities offer little or NO value at all. 11/17/20 am Today, for some odd reason, most of what I asked for was not possible in the same coffee order I place several times a week at this same location. Weird... I just left - the older person there was impossible... and I am an older person myself! wow🙄
I used to feel safe at this King Soopers. I went in for groceries and forgot a cart. You are a criminal if you forgot a cart on the way in with a new gate. Felt very safe when they had hired a security guard. Looks like they are cheaping out and going the Walmart and home depot route by installing one way gate at the entrance. I wouldn't recommend places like this for you or your family because they must be having issues with bad guys.
Update: Still the worst Kings in Colorado. Still have the same woman who refuses to call for help (because she wants to prove a point, her words) at the customer service desk. Someone at Kroger PLEASE replace the store manager and get this place running halfway decent again Customer service desk is horrible here. Waited for about 10min this morning as one of the employees behind the desk just looked at me and walked off. Everytime I come here all I see are groups of employees standing around talking bad about their job.
I live near by and shop here often, there was an employee who used to work here. Always thought he was very nice, he asked once why I always come in alone or something similar to that which I found odd as he's met my fiance who also comes here. But I shook it off. Didn't see him for a while, one day he's standing infront of the building we both say hi how you doin.. he then very promptly follows me into the store and literally follows me into the aisle, i ask him if he still works here he said no.. then quickly leans into me to hug me and just says "hug?" Obviously I'm put on the spot feeling awkward so I hug him. I did not like that, made me very uncomfortable. Also another time before he quit working here my fiance and I come through the cashier checkout line. He smiles at me says hi then sees my fiance doesn't say a word.. Ok awkward. My fiance says hello to him to which he seemed annoyed about?? Started scanning and kinda tossing our stuff .around. I literally don't know this man outside of shopping here. I've seen him twice now still inside the building just standing there since he followed me into the store.
The worst king soopers I’ve ever been to, never any baskets at the front and they are out of stock of the most basic things far too often