All the Memorial Day grilling deals at 3 grocery chains this week


  • Photo courtesy Whole Foods Market
To complete our three-fer meat-and-grilling theme for the week (it is Memorial Day weekend, after all, and you should all go right now and check the propane level on your gas grills), here is a listing of all the grill-appropriate deals at major grocery chains around the city.

Plan accordingly (specifically, fire up those grills, or buy a new one, like, yesterday). 

Ribeye steaks, $8/pound
Shimp skewers, four for $5
Giant white shrimp, $10/pound
GreenWise Angus New York strip steaks, $11/pound
Lean ground beef, $5/pound
Chicken filets, $4/pound
Bourbon-marinated salmon filets, $5/pound
Beer bratwurst, $5.49/pound
Publix pork sausage, $3/pound
Nathan's beef franks, BOGO
Oscar Mayer beef franks, BOGO
Bubba burgers, $10
Chicken breast kabobs, $6/pound
St. Louis-style pork spareribs, $3/pound

The Fresh Market
Extra lean ground sirloin, $3.49/pound
Baby back ribs, $4/pound
All-beef hot dogs, $5.99/pound
Raw peeled white shrimp, $10/pound
Special TFM package: Memorial-Day burger meal, $20, includes four gourmet burgers or two boxes of Amy's veggie burgers, one package of Fresh Market sliced cheese, four brioche hamburger buns, one pound of potato or macaroni salad, a four-pack of fresh sweet corn and one box of pillow cookies

Whole Foods Market
Wild-caught 10-20 sea scallops, $19/pound
Tipsy BBQ grilled chicken breast, $12/pound
Beef kabobs, $8/pound
Bone-in beef rib steak, $10/pound
Classic BBQ ribs, $10/pound

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