The hip grocery stores where millennials are shopping now | Style

A few months ago there was sudden activity on the high street near my north London flat. Two huge neon lights appeared in a shop window with no name above the door. Very avant-garde, I thought — might this be a pop-up exhibition of work by the late fluorescent artist Dan Flavin? Or a new underground club, perhaps, so exclusive that it was nameless, only accessible if you knew the password? The queues once it opened were certainly long enough. But this was Saturday morning, not Friday night: my new neighbour is a butcher (called Stella’s, if you look closely enough). The neons, once lit, are line-drawn carcasses in Instagrammable pink and yellow, and on Instagram you can learn the provenance of the meat, all

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