Tops has cut the ribbon on a major $2.5 million renovation project at its store at 3980 Maple Road in Amherst – the supermarket chain’s 21st renovation.
This store has been refreshed from the ground up for a new and contemporary experience: new exterior paint with decorative awnings, energy efficient equipment and LED lighting inside and out, solar energy efficiency, new flooring, extension state-of-the-art car technology. – cash registers, renovated toilets, digital signage and new interior decoration.
Unique to this location and the Western New York area, Nissan’s Kosher Deli has been a staple at this Tops store for over 30 years. Nissan’s Deli is a kosher food destination for locals in the Amherst, Buffalo or Niagara Falls area. Nissan offers a variety of over 2,000 kosher items with everything you need for a midweek getaway or a Shabbat meal. The deli and bakery are overseen by the Buffalo Va’ad Kashrut so you can get kosher baked goods like bread, cakes, and knishes for all your special occasions.
Store manager Jim Giambra said he and his team work hard every day to make life easier for their customers by focusing on affordable, easy-to-prepare meal options and are delighted to welcome neighborhood families as well. than UB students in their new True Café Bleu.
“When it comes to freshness, convenience and variety, you’ll find it all here at your newly renovated Amherst store and with all the inspiring products, including a wider selection of domestic and imported cheeses, custom-cut meats by real butchers, our famous fish and chips, an increased assortment of freshly baked breads and pastries, and even a new slush machine, customers are sure to enjoy all we have to offer,” he said. “Plus, we have a dedicated space for students in our new True Blue Café to study, enjoy quiz nights, and more!”