What
  • Arts and Culture
  • Food and Drink
  • Grocery
  • Health and Beauty
  • Services
  • Shopping
Where

Woodminster Market

Well-stocked convenience store with beer, wine and some produce.

Woodminster Market is a one-stop shop for all your grocery and houseware needs. Located near Joaquin Miller Park, this market has been serving the Woodminster neighborhood for over 50 years, offering fresh and local groceries, a well-curated beer and wine selection, and friendly and personalized customer service to both locals and visitors.

The shop is a testament to Oakland’s vitality, offering an old school vibe that is nostalgic to customers that have shopped here since they were children, while also offering goods that meet the needs of the city’s changing demographics. They have all the basic grocery items you might need including a well-stocked produce section, packaged and frozen foods, as well as cleaning and cooking supplies. Planning a day at the park? Stop in to peruse their excellent IPA selection, local artisan cheeses, and other picnic essentials.

Unlike many large supermarkets, Woodminster Market supports other local businesses by stocking goods from neighboring vendors like Acme bread and Nomad coffee. Service is fast, meaning you don’t have to wait in long and slow lines to purchase a few items. They also make special orders for their loyal customers. You can’t find that kind of thoughtful service at a chain grocery store!

Lottery players love this market because of their reputation for selling winning tickets. Come in today for a little extra luck when you purchase your tickets. Grab a cold beverage and tasty snack while you are here! Metered parking is easy to find right in front of the market and free street parking can be found on Mountain Blvd a couple of blocks away. Whether you’re stopping in for a pack of smokes, a bottle of dinner wine, or fresh ingredients for your next meal, you can rely on Woodminster Market to get you in and out with everything you need.

This business speaks English, Spanish, Hindi, and Punjab.

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