Though my focus is normally on the food and drink, at neighborhood markets many shelves are often devoted to household goods and sundries. The same goes for the precious territory behind the cashier. When I look, then, at the skinny posts that deter drivers from cutting across Mercy's corner lot, I think of filter tips. Whoever's been "smoking," I'm happy to see, has stubbed them out quickly.
Previously: Del Prado guava nectar (12 fl. oz., $1 at the time).
Mercy Supermarket and Cafeteria
6600 Biscayne Blvd. (at N.E. 66th St.), Miami
(From visits in autumn 2012, and earlier)