Chances are, if you've shopped in a Kroger grocery store in Atlanta, you know it better by its nickname than its location -- one enterprising soul even created a Google map showing all the stores and their locations (Disclaimer: It includes a few not-so-nice words) and the topic inspired a lively conversation on Reddit.
The nicknames were all purportedly given with love, but there's one in particular that Kroger is hoping to rebrand -- the infamous Murder Kroger. The Ponce de Leon location was dubbed Murder Kroger after a woman was shot and killed there in the 1990s, and inspired a song of the same name by the band Attractive Eighties Women.
The store held a grand re-opening this week in the hopes of making the name BeltLine Kroger -- for its proximity to the multi-use trail -- stick.
Take a look at some of the store's other locations and the reasons behind the names.
Some other nicknamed locations:
Cruising Kroger, 1700 Monroe Drive NE -- The Ansley Park Kroger is the place to see and be seen -- especially if you're looking to pick up a hot date.
Granny Kroger, 3871 Peachtree Road -- The clientele at this Buckhead location is decidedly more...mature than the average Kroger shopper.
Ghetto Kroger, 1160 Moreland Ave. SE -- The neighborhood around this location is a little rough.
Are we missing any? Let us know in the comments.