A new Mexican grocery store is opening in West Columbia

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Photo Credit: Garibaldi Mexican Restaurant Facebook Page

There’s a new player on the grocery scene in West Columbia. Plaza Garibaldi, a full-service Mexican supermarket located at 2036 Augusta Road, will have its grand opening Friday, July 29, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. It is located near the spot where Augusta Road and Jarvis Klapman Boulevard split, about a half mile east of the West Columbia Walmart. The new store is packed with a variety of produce and grocery items, and it also features a Tex-Mex restaurant, a bar, a bakery and a tortilleria.

Photo Credit: Garibaldi Mexican Restaurant Facebook Page

Aside from various Mexican brands and items, the Plaza Garibaldi is offering products from a number of nations, including Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Peru, and Colombia. There is a possibility the store will mix in some Jamaican grocery staples, as well, Telez said. The Plaza Garibaldi co-owner said he hopes customers will feel comfortable and welcomed at the new Augusta Road store.

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