Pokerville Market

★★★☆☆

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I love Pokerville Market and everything its about. Jeffrey Spiva is a clown and after showing his review to employees they laughed about it because that isn't how they remember it happening. Funny how some people just have nothing better to do but to write nasty things about people.
Pokerville might be a little over priced but the meat, the deli and pizza departments are all amazing. What I love is everyone in the store is so friendly and always willing to take you right where you need to find what you're looking for.

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★★★★★

I love Pokerville Market and everything its about. Jeffrey Spiva is a clown and after showing his review to employees they laughed about it because that isn't how they remember it happening. Funny how some people just have nothing better to do but to write nasty things about people.
Pokerville might be a little over priced but the meat, the deli and pizza departments are all amazing. What I love is everyone in the store is so friendly and always willing to take you right where you need to find what you're looking for.

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This place is not the same Pokerville Market that I grew up with. Not only have I stopped shopping there, I actually used to work there, but was fired for following the chain of command in reporting the several health code violations and broken laws in the deli department. In my few short weeks I witnessed the slicers not being properly cleaned between uses, sandwiched being prepared by dirty, open sore covered hands without gloves, food prep surfaces not being properly cleaned after preparing raw chicken, the same oven mitts being used every day without being cleaned to remove the chickens for the rotisserie, pastries being pulled from the freezer bare handed after employees took out the trash, never stopping to wash their hands, most cold foods are prepared with the same knives and utensils not to mention all the pre-cooked cold foods are just foods from the hot case after that sit in the hot case for 6+ hours. Food safety says 4 hours then food begins to be unsafe. Then it needs to properly be cooled down within a certain matter of time. They take the hot food, dump it into plastic containers that are heat sensitive (slight melting occurs), labeled then put out to be sold.

Oh, I forgot: the slicers. Roast beef blood dripping all over before your cheese is sliced. Hope you're not vegetarian. Raw cooked roast beef sliced (again, blood dripping) then smoked turkey being sliced. Taste funny you say? And the fact that the 1st time I properly cleaned the slicers, I was told specifically that I don't have enough time for that, and that I filled an entire deli bag (those things that we would get pounds of meat, cheese, etc) FILLED with old shavings of crustated meats and cheeses from around the slicers, beneath the slicers and encasing the power cords.

But don't take my word for it, stop in, risk your health, or your family's, pick up some sandwiches, maybe some soup (sits for the entire day), try some puff pastries fresh from their freezers with God only knows how filthy those hands are.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place is not the same Pokerville Market that I grew up with. Not only have I stopped shopping there, I actually used to work there, but was fired for following the chain of command in reporting the several health code violations and broken laws in the deli department. In my few short weeks I witnessed the slicers not being properly cleaned between uses, sandwiched being prepared by dirty, open sore covered hands without gloves, food prep surfaces not being properly cleaned after preparing raw chicken, the same oven mitts being used every day without being cleaned to remove the chickens for the rotisserie, pastries being pulled from the freezer bare handed after employees took out the trash, never stopping to wash their hands, most cold foods are prepared with the same knives and utensils not to mention all the pre-cooked cold foods are just foods from the hot case after that sit in the hot case for 6+ hours. Food safety says 4 hours then food begins to be unsafe. Then it needs to properly be cooled down within a certain matter of time. They take the hot food, dump it into plastic containers that are heat sensitive (slight melting occurs), labeled then put out to be sold.

Oh, I forgot: the slicers. Roast beef blood dripping all over before your cheese is sliced. Hope you're not vegetarian. Raw cooked roast beef sliced (again, blood dripping) then smoked turkey being sliced. Taste funny you say? And the fact that the 1st time I properly cleaned the slicers, I was told specifically that I don't have enough time for that, and that I filled an entire deli bag (those things that we would get pounds of meat, cheese, etc) FILLED with old shavings of crustated meats and cheeses from around the slicers, beneath the slicers and encasing the power cords.

But don't take my word for it, stop in, risk your health, or your family's, pick up some sandwiches, maybe some soup (sits for the entire day), try some puff pastries fresh from their freezers with God only knows how filthy those hands are.

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I love this market. It's clean and they are able to special order anything usually that's not on the shelf already. Most of all we love the PIZZA. If you go to the local franchise Pizza Parlor in town you'll have to wait while they fool around making milk shakes for 20 minutes and don't say a word to you while you stand there. I was there today to pick up a pizza and that's what happened to me. It's price would have been $20.00 and compared to PaPa Jim's Pizza at Pokerville Market...it's 12.99 cooked or uncooked. Go here for fresh baked pizza...not to the other one on Main Street.

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★★★★☆

I love this market. It's clean and they are able to special order anything usually that's not on the shelf already. Most of all we love the PIZZA. If you go to the local franchise Pizza Parlor in town you'll have to wait while they fool around making milk shakes for 20 minutes and don't say a word to you while you stand there. I was there today to pick up a pizza and that's what happened to me. It's price would have been $20.00 and compared to PaPa Jim's Pizza at Pokerville Market...it's 12.99 cooked or uncooked. Go here for fresh baked pizza...not to the other one on Main Street.

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Pokerville Market is in the heart of the mother Lode; In the town of Plymouth, Amador County. The only store North of the county. This store is a small familly supermarket, recently up graded to a IGA store. The Meat Department is one the best in the county,a real Butcher Shop. They have a great staff in that Department. The Butcher back there is Brian; He is a certified proffesional butcher that know's his quality cuts if it be Beef, Pork, or Lamb. This Department will accomadate any thickness of steak or roasts i need; Incuding any type of, "Specialty cut". This Department is even know making different kinds of sausage; the sausages are delicious! The Produce is real good, it is alway's Fresh!

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★★★★☆

Pokerville Market is in the heart of the mother Lode; In the town of Plymouth, Amador County. The only store North of the county. This store is a small familly supermarket, recently up graded to a IGA store. The Meat Department is one the best in the county,a real Butcher Shop. They have a great staff in that Department. The Butcher back there is Brian; He is a certified proffesional butcher that know's his quality cuts if it be Beef, Pork, or Lamb. This Department will accomadate any thickness of steak or roasts i need; Incuding any type of, "Specialty cut". This Department is even know making different kinds of sausage; the sausages are delicious! The Produce is real good, it is alway's Fresh!

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Pokerville Market has excellent deals. The owner has worked hard to make shopping convenient for those that frequent the store. I shop there often, and find great bargains on a regular basis. This store competes well with bigger chain markets (WalMart, Safeway, Railey's), all of which have some products that are more expensive than Pokerville's. I remember when Pokerville Market was located in downtown Plymouth. It was a friendly store back then too, but didn't have room for expansion. Parking was a real problem at times. But now these problems are a thing of the past. As for not having "trees" in the parking lot, most of Safeway's lot doesn't have trees either. Trees are scarce at WalMart and Railey's too, so the arguement against Pokerville in this issue is really non-exixtant. It gets HOT in Amador County no matter WHERE you shop! The owners of Pokerville don't have "sun rights" in order to adjust the temperature, and I doubt they will any time in the future. Pokerville is worthy of your patronage... support this family store!

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★★★★★

Pokerville Market has excellent deals. The owner has worked hard to make shopping convenient for those that frequent the store. I shop there often, and find great bargains on a regular basis. This store competes well with bigger chain markets (WalMart, Safeway, Railey's), all of which have some products that are more expensive than Pokerville's. I remember when Pokerville Market was located in downtown Plymouth. It was a friendly store back then too, but didn't have room for expansion. Parking was a real problem at times. But now these problems are a thing of the past. As for not having "trees" in the parking lot, most of Safeway's lot doesn't have trees either. Trees are scarce at WalMart and Railey's too, so the arguement against Pokerville in this issue is really non-exixtant. It gets HOT in Amador County no matter WHERE you shop! The owners of Pokerville don't have "sun rights" in order to adjust the temperature, and I doubt they will any time in the future. Pokerville is worthy of your patronage... support this family store!

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Nice Store. Very nice and helpful staff. Produce section has nice selection of fruit and veggies. Has a good meat market. Although located in a small town it keeps some boutique items on hand and has a pizza area that makes them for you to take home and bake. Plenty of room in parking lot to park a truck or camper. Agree with the "It's clean" comment someone else made below.

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★★★☆☆

Nice Store. Very nice and helpful staff. Produce section has nice selection of fruit and veggies. Has a good meat market. Although located in a small town it keeps some boutique items on hand and has a pizza area that makes them for you to take home and bake. Plenty of room in parking lot to park a truck or camper. Agree with the "It's clean" comment someone else made below.

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Pokerville market is a good place to shop, shelfs are always stocked, they have a pharmacy, make there own pizza, there meats are always fresh, they have a great selection of local wines made from the winerys that are just outside of town, they have good selection of maps, store is always clean they have an ATM, also they have a recycling center where you can drop of your recyclables They know how to treat there customers right as there employees are always friendly and helpful, the baggers will help you carry your bags to your car or truck and help you load them up.,They are a little bit expensive then other stores.

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★★★★☆

Pokerville market is a good place to shop, shelfs are always stocked, they have a pharmacy, make there own pizza, there meats are always fresh, they have a great selection of local wines made from the winerys that are just outside of town, they have good selection of maps, store is always clean they have an ATM, also they have a recycling center where you can drop of your recyclables They know how to treat there customers right as there employees are always friendly and helpful, the baggers will help you carry your bags to your car or truck and help you load them up.,They are a little bit expensive then other stores.

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I have shopped here many times in the past and with the original owners, they would update the place as needed. The currant owner is to cheap to put any money into the place and that will cost him my business and I am sure many others to. As you walk out the checkout registers look like they are 70 years old and i know that they are at least 10 years I have seen then for that long. PUT SOME MONEY INTO YOUR STORE AND YOU MAY ACTUALY MAKE SOME!

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★★☆☆☆

I have shopped here many times in the past and with the original owners, they would update the place as needed. The currant owner is to cheap to put any money into the place and that will cost him my business and I am sure many others to. As you walk out the checkout registers look like they are 70 years old and i know that they are at least 10 years I have seen then for that long. PUT SOME MONEY INTO YOUR STORE AND YOU MAY ACTUALY MAKE SOME!

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Pokerville Market is ok - basically a high priced convenience store. What has stopped me from going is the parking lot.
It's a huge sea of black asphalt without a tree or shade structure in sight. It's okay in the winter if the sun isn't out, but in the summer nothing can be left in the car - not a mother-in-law, dog, plants from the nursery, lipstick, CDS. It's hellish.
Until some landscaping happens I'll drive the extra 20 minutes to shop at the new Safeway in Jackson and park under the small trees in their parking lot.

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★★★☆☆

Pokerville Market is ok - basically a high priced convenience store. What has stopped me from going is the parking lot.
It's a huge sea of black asphalt without a tree or shade structure in sight. It's okay in the winter if the sun isn't out, but in the summer nothing can be left in the car - not a mother-in-law, dog, plants from the nursery, lipstick, CDS. It's hellish.
Until some landscaping happens I'll drive the extra 20 minutes to shop at the new Safeway in Jackson and park under the small trees in their parking lot.

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