A&P Fresh 1060 W Main St, Branford, CT06405 Located in Branhaven Plaza, A&P Fresh has a deli, a large selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, sushi made fresh…More daily, and all the general grocery and household items you would expect plus lottery tickets. This A&P also features a bottle redemption and recycling area, gift cards, a Coinstar machine, a Starbucks, and a Western Union.
Orient Courier 25 S Main St, Branford, CT06405 Orient Courier is located on S. Main Street in Branford. It is a small convenience store carrying food, drinks, tobacco…More products and lottery tickets. Orient Courier carries predominantly Mexican products and also provides an international courier service to its customers.
Leetes Island Sunoco 49 Leetes Island Rd, Branford, CT06405 Leetes Island Sunoco is located adjacent to I-95, making it a convenient location for a fill-up coming from or going to…More New Haven. There are eight pumps and a fully stocked convenience store with an ATM and lottery. A Stop & Shop is located across the street from the gas station.
Harbor Package Store 76 Maple St, Branford, CT06405 Harbor Package Store offers an extensive selection of fine wines, beers and spirits. You can scan the store's entire…More inventory through its Web site. Harbor Package Store also sells tobacco products and lottery tickets.
Big Y 1060 W Main St, Branford, CT06405 Big Y is a regional supermarket chain. This location offers a range of departments, services and products, including…More deli, produce, bakery, floral, butcher shop and seafood. Some features include lottery tickets, gift cards, Western Union, Six Flags Tickets, knife sharpening and specialty cakes. Additional features include a Coinstar machine, postage stamps and custom arrangements. Check the main website for store services or for details on coupons or promotions.
Indian Neck Garage is a two-bay auto repair shop with a small convenience store attached to it. The store sells…More newspapers, drinks, ice, lottery tickets, candy and other snacks. There is an ATM inside. There are no gas pumps.
The garage founded by J. Robert "Bob" Beatty and now run by his son Michael, opened in its current location (with six bays!) in 1952 but has been in operation as the Indian Neck Garage since 1938.
The garage is across the street from Lenny's Indian Head Restaurant.