The Giant Eagle in Oil City, PA caught my eye for a number of reasons. One being its small size, but also its unique store exterior. It turns out this was a former A&P supermarket, which explains the weathervane. Although it is a small supermarket by today's standards, it is a perfect fit for a community in need of buying food.
Upon entering the store, you walk by the checkout lanes on your left. The suggested flow is to continue immediately straight into produce. The produce at this location uses an aisle setup in the front right corner of the store.
|As you can see, produce wraps around the corner as well. The rest of the produce is seen below:|
|On the other side of the produce aisles, is the store's snacks and candy area. This does not connect back up to produce.|
|There is only five checkout lanes. Six if you count the customer service desk.|
|The store only has eight aisles.|
|I personally love the windows here.|
|And this concludes the tour.|