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  • Address : 16255 Southeast 256th Street, Covington, WA 98042
  • Phone Number: +1 253-631-2440
  • Street Number: 16255
  • Route: Southeast 256th Street
  • Postal Code: 98042
  • Locality: Covington
  • State: Washington (WA)
  • Country: United States
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  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    I live in Foxwood about a half a mile down from Foss. My friends and i walk there after school and the employees are really nice and they know a lot of people by name. Its really friendly and its a great place to go to. Its like that friendly neighbor that everyone has. I will always remember the memories there. I recommend it to everyone.


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Have the ppl at a tiny little corner store ever been nice and inviting? Generally they don't know English or obviously never made it thru highschool. Not this place! Owned by a local family since the beginning of time and still run by them. Definitely not the kind of corner store you worry about getting shot at. It's set inside the neighborhood across from the highschool. Best pizza, seriously. Take it from a pregnant lady: we're the real food critics of the world. I actually enjoyed this more than Papa Murphy's or Papa Johns. Will definitely have to try the deli sandwiches now that I know they have good taste there!


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    I lived there 35 years ago glad still here. I remember as a teen got candy and peddle my bike miles to get there from 196 and 193 it was great now in West Covina,CA


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Best store on earth


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Foss Grocery & Feed Is where my Grandfather used to buy dynamite to blow stumps, And I rode my horse several miles just to buy a soda pop, Old man Foss would fallow us boys around the store to make sure we would not steal anything. My Grandpa lived on 272nd And owned what became Timber Lane.He wished he had never sold the land .All the roads were very narrow. There was no hwy18 and you could ride right down the middle of Kent Kangly road. Way before Johnney`s IGA Steve Petersen