Former Acme Pick of the Day!
Photo courtesy of Dwayne G.
Location: 401 W Stein Highway, Seaford, DE
Store number 6217 in Seaford, Delaware. Opened in September 1966. Closed in the early 80's. The store was a Food City and then became a Save A Lot. The facade has been upgraded recently to Save A Lot's new look. You can see the older awning in the satellite photos below. The former Seaford store is near two other pitched-roof models that are featured on the blog. The Millsboro store, about 25 miles west of Seaford, had the good fortune of receiving a multimillion dollar expansion and remodel but closed a year later. You can visit that location by clicking here. Another smattering of former Acme's can be found about 25 miles north in Milford. Among them is a pitched-roof model which is now a Salvation Army, and a flat-roofed store which is now... a Save A Lot. Have yourself at look at those locations by clicking here. Thanks to Dwayne for the photo and information on this former Acme.