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>Walmart has opened its first Wonder food hall in a store in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and plans to open two more inside Walmart stores in New Jersey, according to a spokesperson for Wonder.
> Wonder, which operates 10 additional locations in and around the New York City area, describes itself as a delivery-focused “fast fine” concept featuring multiple foodservice brands, including several created by celebrity chefs such as Bobby Flay, José Andrés, Nancy Silverton, Marcus Samuelsson, and others. The concept allows customers to combine high-end dishes from multiple restaurants on a single order, for delivery, dine-in, or pickup
https://www.specialtyfood.com/news-media/news-features/specialty-food-news/walmart-opens-‘fast-fine’-food-hall-from-wonder/

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What goes through Walmart's operations minds when they think of shit like this? The concept by itself is whatever, but what makes you think a "fast fine dining" is what Walmart shoppers want? Most shoppers there are just wanting cheap inexpensive groceries and household items. Having big name chefs on board for yet another eatery inside a mcdonalds is guaranteed to lose money. Nobody will go there to eat lunch, then politely walk out. Did the mcdonalds, and subways not prove that?

    In the 2 walmarts nearest me, there have been hair centers, arcades, veterinarians (seriously), mcdonalds, subway, optomitrists, storage, pickup towers, tax preparers, and I think a couple other nonsense in-store stores or services. None of them lasted very long because who the frick goes to a walmart supercenter for any of that shit? I'm predicting minorities frick up that restaurant area too.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      20 years ago, it was in-store video rentals.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        20? i haven't seen a grocery store video rental since the 90s

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The concept by itself is whatever, but what makes you think a "fast fine dining" is what Walmart shoppers want? Most shoppers there are just wanting cheap inexpensive groceries and household items.
      I was doing Uber for a while last year when I needed some extra cashflow. You'd be surprised how many people I dropped at Walmart who said they were just going there "to walk around for a little while." Rednecks treat Walmart like the county fair.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        What do YOU do in your spare time, Mr. Snobby Uber driver?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thats how rural walmarts and redneck area walmarts are. People just go there to loiter. I understand that but they're not going there to spend money, let alone $15+ on "fast fine" food.

        Its the equivalent to what shopping malls were 20 years ago; kids and general people would just go there to loiter; not to shop, not to eat, not to do anything other than hang out and socialize.

        Please notice the difference though: urban areas are "youths" the cops had to drive away and malls closed down because those same youths became dangerous and feral. Rural Walmarts are a strange hangout to cityboys like you.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You got pol rot to your head. Why do poor people own iphones, despite there being cheaper alternatives? Because they want to feel fancy. This concept might work. Rednecks want to feel fancy too and having a place to sit and "socialize" like you said, may mean they might buy two overpriced mocha latte and pastries on their date.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            it wont work because citygays have better options and poorgays are already spending all of their money at walmart.
            but a simple cafe tied to the store bakery might work.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Imagine how boring that would be in a regular (non-Super) Wal-Mart.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      In-store eateries are probably older than you. Even Kmart had food places. Walmart superstores have become basically a replacement for malls anymore, so why wouldn't they have extra space for equally short-lived ventures?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's stupid because you can buy an entire hot and ready to eat rotisserie chicken at shoprite for $7, they should have just went the hot snack route like target instead of trying to be like Wegmans, no one that goes to Wegmans is shopping at walmart.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I go to both. I rarely go to Wegmans though because it is a long drive for me to go there, but they have certain things I like (though that gets less by they day as they discontinue stuff). Well, that and they charge you for bags (because libshits) which is a pain.

          For those that don't know, Wegmans has like a knock off costco pizza place and subpar subway in store. They also have a little sushi counter making the grocery store take out containers. This is on top of a cold, hot and soup bar. Wegmans also has a very long rack of cold take out meals you can nuke. Some of which is surprisingly good.

          Walmart on the other hand, will have actual fast food joints on top of banks, eye glass doctors, and other stuff in the store. Mine has a Subway in it. And Walmart isn't trying to be Wegmans - they only have a single little itty bitty rack with take out food - some cold salads, subs, and sandwiches. And the hot bagged chicken is across from it, next to the deli. There is no hot bar, no cold bar, none of that.

          What goes through Walmart's operations minds when they think of shit like this? The concept by itself is whatever, but what makes you think a "fast fine dining" is what Walmart shoppers want? Most shoppers there are just wanting cheap inexpensive groceries and household items. Having big name chefs on board for yet another eatery inside a mcdonalds is guaranteed to lose money. Nobody will go there to eat lunch, then politely walk out. Did the mcdonalds, and subways not prove that?

          In the 2 walmarts nearest me, there have been hair centers, arcades, veterinarians (seriously), mcdonalds, subway, optomitrists, storage, pickup towers, tax preparers, and I think a couple other nonsense in-store stores or services. None of them lasted very long because who the frick goes to a walmart supercenter for any of that shit? I'm predicting minorities frick up that restaurant area too.

          Yeah, unless the food is magically high value while being low cost, it will just be another "fast food" eatery in the chain of things that live in Walmarts. And lets be honest - that Mr. Beast chocolate they have at the front isn't a good sign this place will be "fancy" in any shape or form. People should know better after the Gordon frozen dinner thing.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >In-store eateries are probably older than you.
        They're older than everyone on this modern-retro hand crafted oven mitt enthusiast forum. They've been in stores for probably a century.
        > so why wouldn't they have extra space for equally short-lived ventures?
        BECAUSE THAT COSTS WALMART MONEY
        When a walmart tosses in places for people to loiter and make a mess it costs money. For them to have sitting areas for people not spending money, it costs walmart money. If they want 2000 square feet for a shitty little mcdonalds it costs walmart money. Now for a place like mcdonalds, they pay rent for that space so hopefully its profitable for walmart. For them to do anything like a dining area, arcade, veterinarian, jerkoff area, bathrooms, they're hoping people come in to shop, eat lunch, and pay money directly to walmart. Having a shopping mall loiter-only business model is how you end up like shopping malls currently are: empty and bankrupt.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I'm predicting minorities frick up that restaurant area too.
      Yeah, white people are pretty messy.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous
    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      they probably think they dont care whats in the front end rentals as long as they are occupied.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      what I want is for them to open stores that are delivery only. Not open to public. Employees just pick orders and stock shelves. Delivery farmed out to illegals via instacart.
      No grubby poor people touching everything. Much less theft. Only need a parking lot big enough for employees and delivery drivers.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Frick that would be wonderful. My store is like 35% employees doing pick n pull orders and they leave that giant cart in the middle of the aisle. Imagine 35% of your shopping area is just taken up by employees. What a waste.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't care. I'm still shopping at Hy-Vee and Costco exclusively.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    walmart still has not returned to 24/7 shopping. the world's shopping capacity is at most 50% of what it could be

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    post the food

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I live in tri-state and Walmart food is way too expensive. I used to get work pants there but even that's garbage now and I can get higher quality clothes at a thrift store for like a dollar. I don't even know what Walmart is good for now.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lmao no one's gonna want nasty 'great value' brand fast food.
    Some suit saw whatever mcdonalds and subway are bringing in and figured they could make more money if they did it in house.
    But the problem is that walmart doesn't have any goodwill or cache with people in the food service market. Walmart has the nastiest fricking deli section in the game and their store brand foods are f tier dogshit

    Walmart should know its fricking role and do something like pic related instead

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      i can save her

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    finish your sentence homosexual

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >celebrity chefs such as Bobby Flay, José Andrés, Nancy Silverton, Marcus Samuelsson
    Literally, who? Someone doesn't know what the word "celebrity" means.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i live near enough to quakertown to give this a try but i dont patronize walmart.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >top chefs
    >iconic eats
    thats how you know youre fine dining, its right there

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >no photos

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