Sysco Baltimore

★★★★★
39.1785 -76.772
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410-799-8808

7540 Washington Blvd

Elkridge, MD

21075

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Lisa D writes many truths about this store ...BUT is incorrect on a few observations.
1-If you need help loading....ASK
2-IT IS a walk-in RESTAURANT SUPPLY STORE that happens to be open to the public...not SuperFresh, thus the large portions and higher prices on some items.
3- They have monthly sales on some items that blow away the Membership Discount stores.
4-Parking is tight on Saturdays, but the store DOES have it's own parking spots in front & a lot attendant will allow you to park in the fire-lane if those spots are taken.
5- Do your homework on prices...the store is set up for the convenience of restaurants...being open to the public is a bunus!!!

5
★★★★★

Lisa D writes many truths about this store ...BUT is incorrect on a few observations.
1-If you need help loading....ASK
2-IT IS a walk-in RESTAURANT SUPPLY STORE that happens to be open to the public...not SuperFresh, thus the large portions and higher prices on some items.
3- They have monthly sales on some items that blow away the Membership Discount stores.
4-Parking is tight on Saturdays, but the store DOES have it's own parking spots in front & a lot attendant will allow you to park in the fire-lane if those spots are taken.
5- Do your homework on prices...the store is set up for the convenience of restaurants...being open to the public is a bunus!!!

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Don't want to pay warehouse club membership fees? Check out Sysco's outlet store. Sysco normally sells to businesses and restaurants, but this store is open to the public.

I have gotten some great deals -- huge bags of frozen vegetables for under $2, a quart of half-and-half (marked down) for under $1, 5lbs of legumes (marked down) for ~$3.50 -- and I've also scratched my head at what seem like ridiculously high prices for some items. Most of the pricey stuff is kitchenware -- knives, mixing bowls, chafing dishes, etc. Be sure you know the going rate for something before you buy here.

I have had good luck finding mid-sized bottles of spices for not much more than you pay for a very small bottle at the supermarket. (Depending on which spice you're seeking and how much you need, you might do better at an ethnic market.)

If you're a bargain hunter like me, you'll be interested in the perishable markdowns (in the upright cooler at the end of the freezer aisle) and the dry goods markdowns (all the way at the back of the store behind the regular dry-good items).

This place has the same pitfall as the warehouse clubs -- namely, most of the products are in outsized portions. Be careful of buying more than you'll use and/or more than you have room to store.

Sysco's outlet ads say you can request just about anything if you don't see it in the store, and they will get it there for pickup. (Their ads also show them helping you load your vehicle, which I have not found to be the case.)

Parking is a bit of a problem, particularly on weekends when the neighboring flea market is open. If you work 9-to-5 and need to visit outside those hours, they are open late one night per week (Thursday?), which might be a better bet than Saturday.
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4
★★★★☆

Don't want to pay warehouse club membership fees? Check out Sysco's outlet store. Sysco normally sells to businesses and restaurants, but this store is open to the public.

I have gotten some great deals -- huge bags of frozen vegetables for under $2, a quart of half-and-half (marked down) for under $1, 5lbs of legumes (marked down) for ~$3.50 -- and I've also scratched my head at what seem like ridiculously high prices for some items. Most of the pricey stuff is kitchenware -- knives, mixing bowls, chafing dishes, etc. Be sure you know the going rate for something before you buy here.

I have had good luck finding mid-sized bottles of spices for not much more than you pay for a very small bottle at the supermarket. (Depending on which spice you're seeking and how much you need, you might do better at an ethnic market.)

If you're a bargain hunter like me, you'll be interested in the perishable markdowns (in the upright cooler at the end of the freezer aisle) and the dry goods markdowns (all the way at the back of the store behind the regular dry-good items).

This place has the same pitfall as the warehouse clubs -- namely, most of the products are in outsized portions. Be careful of buying more than you'll use and/or more than you have room to store.

Sysco's outlet ads say you can request just about anything if you don't see it in the store, and they will get it there for pickup. (Their ads also show them helping you load your vehicle, which I have not found to be the case.)

Parking is a bit of a problem, particularly on weekends when the neighboring flea market is open. If you work 9-to-5 and need to visit outside those hours, they are open late one night per week (Thursday?), which might be a better bet than Saturday.
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