Millbrae, CA

Longstanding Lucky Supermarket Permanently Closing November 3rd in California

Joel Eisenberg
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Wikipedia features a comprehensive and well-attributed overview of the Lucky Supermarket chain, that lists the entity as founded in San Leandro, California in 1935.

Per’s most recently updated store location count: There are 65 Lucky Supermarkets locations in the United States as of August 02, 2023. The state with the most number of Lucky Supermarkets locations in the US is California, with 65 locations, which is about 100% of all Lucky Supermarkets locations in the US.

Now comes word that a longstanding California Lucky location will be permanently closing in November.

Let us explore.

Lucky Supermarket, 2023

According to a September 27th report from, the Lucky grocery store in Millbrae, California is the entity scheduled to permanently shutter on November 3rd.

As excerpted from the report: A grocery store has occupied the lot at 45 Murchison Drive since the 1960s, according to The SM Daily Journal... Millbrae's mayor, Mary Ann Schneider, told the publication that the city is working to procure another grocery store for the area. "We hope that we can bring in a new supermarket," Schneider said.

The building has reportedly been rezoned into a mixed-use residential and retail building.


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