I ordered from the online catering menu for a dinner party 2 weeks ago. I phoned the store to ask for guidance on my selections and portion sizes. The owner got on the phone and helped me make appropriate choices. I appreciated the service and the food was over the top fantastic and plentiful - Pesto chicken, Mediterranean orzo and grilled veggies. Dawson's is my new go-to for serving a crowd. Highly recommend.
I was just there for the worst acai bowl I’ve ever had. Do yourself a favor and don’t order this watery, flavorless thing. She didnt even put honey on it or coconut flakes, and the acai was clearly only mixed with water which is why it tasted so bad and blunt. I used to come here every weekend for the same bowl and a juice and I Will definitely never come back again.
It’s nice to have a local grocery rather than a generic chain. They have some unique food different to most grocers. Some of the essential food items are priced ridiculously and out of line with the market, including with inflation — $11 for cheerios, $7/head for a tiny tiny head of cauliflower (like less than 1 pound). Please do not price gouge on basic food items. Disappointing to hear folks’ experience of profiling. The name Dawson comes from one of the largest slave owning families in the MoCo area. I have appreciated how they appear to hire many folks from the special needs community.
This place is way overpriced, and mist of the produce is not fresh. I only go because I live in the neighborhood and it's convenient when I run out of little things. Also, I have come across numerous items on the shelves with incorrect pricing. Eventhough the cashier honours the shelf price, it's an inconvenience to go back and take a pic, or have customer service make an adjustment.
I ran into a few old employees of the DC location and boy did they have some tea! Apparently the owner ran the place into the ground pretty much from day one. They said he was cheap, passive aggressive, and unresponsive to problems; it took him months to do anything about the rats they had! We started looking at reviews for the Rockville location, and they said they were unsurprised about the racial profiling and bad produce complaints. Oh, and they called shenanigans on the supposed commitment to employ special needs workers. The ones in DC were consistently mistreated by management, and they were the first to have their hours cut. Sounds like a way to save money and have workers who can't stand up for themselves rather than a genuine commitment to help people with special needs. They should unionize.
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