What to Know
- Three new Trader Joe's locations are coming to New York City in 2017. They'll be opening in Soho, the Upper West Side and downtown Brooklyn
- Another location has also opened in New Jersey: Hoboken has gotten its own Trader Joe's
- The supermarkets are so popular in New York City, they're routinely crowded and checkout lines are notoriously long
Get ready for the crowds. Trader Joe's is opening its second Brooklyn location Friday.
The store will officially open for business at 9 a.m. at City Point, at 445 Gold St.
Grocery Stores Opening in New York City and New Jersey
Don't feel like heading to Brooklyn for your Cookie Butter?
The company will also be opening locations in SoHo, at 233 Spring Street (One SoHo Square West), and on the Upper West Side, at 670 Columbus Ave., near 93rd Street.
In New Jersey, Hoboken recently got its own Trader Joe's at 1350 Willow Ave.
It's not yet clear when all the supermarkets are opening, though the Manhattan locations won't open until later in the year, the company says.
[Photos-NY Subscription Service] Consumer Reports Ranks America's Supermarkets From Best to Worst
Meanwhile, another supermarket chain with its own fan base has announced plans to open three new stores in New York and New Jersey: upstate favorite Wegmans is coming to Hanover, Montvale and Brooklyn in 2017 and 2018.