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West Hartford’s Crown Market is Conducting a Survey

Everything is baked on site at Crown Market. We-Ha.com File Photo

The Crown Market, located at 2471 Albany Ave. in Bishops Corner, has been a cornerstone in the West Hartford community for 77 years and is conducting a customer survey.

By Joy Taylor

The logo and name has changed to Crown Market & Cafe. We-Ha.com File Photo

In order to better understand the needs and expectations of its customers, The Crown Market is conducting a simple survey and is inviting anyone who has ever shopped, or considered shopping there to please fill it out. It takes just a few minutes and here’s the link to the anonymous survey.


The Crown underwent extensive remodeling for its grand re-opening in 2016, and, as stated in the article on We-Ha.com at that time: More than half of the customers are not Jewish, but many shop at Crown because they love the food. For example, the tuna salad – a Crown staple – continues to have a strong following with all types of customers. 

There are some non-kosher items for sale at Crown, but they are all pre-packaged grocery items. It’s important to maintain the variety … many customers use Crown as a convenience store.

The Crown offers fresh, homemade kosher deli items and baked goods and posts its daily menu on its website and Facebook pages. It is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, and until sundown on Fridays and 7 p.m. on Sunday. They are closed every Saturday for Shabbat observance.

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