Sun-Tue 7am-9pm; Wed, 7am-11pm; Thu, 7am-midnight; Fri, 7am-4pm; Sat, closed
Q at Ave. M
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Pomegranate, the 20,000-square-foot megamart in Midwood, is no ordinary big-box behemoth. Whether there’s any truth to its corporate slogan, “Everything better,” is a matter of debate, but there’s no doubt that everything’s kosher, a boon for the surrounding Orthodox community. Three kitchens (dairy, meat, and pareve) produce fresh mozzarella, stuffed cabbage, and house-brined corned beef; challahs and sourdoughs are baked on-site; and prime rib steaks are dry-aged for 21 days. As you might expect, Pomegranate devotes a bit more shelf space to things like yahrzeit candles and frozen falafel than your neighborhood grocery, and has something rivals like Whole Foods and Zabar’s can only dream about: parking.