Trader Joe's, ALDI: New Year’s 2020 Batavia Grocery Store Hours

Jason Addy

BATAVIA, IL — While New Year’s Day doesn’t carry the typical culinary fanfare often boasted by Thanksgiving and Christmas, many people might be going the extra mile this year to say goodbye to 2020 and ring in what they hope will be a better year to come.

Whether you’re planning a big Zoom soirée with friends and need extra orange juice for mimosas, or throwing together a tasty New Year’s Day lunch with the family, most grocery stores in Batavia will be open for the ingredients and snacks you may have forgotten.

As always, it's best to call ahead to check your local store's hours before heading out.

Here are the New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day hours for the grocery stores in Batavia:

ALDI: Most locations will operate on reduced hours Dec. 31 and will close New Year’s Day. Call ahead to confirm hours.

  • 451 N. Randall Road

Jewel-Osco: Stores open regular hours on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

  • 119 S. Randall Road

CVS: Open regular hours New Year’s Day, but some stores may have reduced hours. Call ahead to confirm hours.

  • 115 N. Randall Road

The Fresh Market: Stores will close at 10 p.m. Dec. 31 and reopen at 8 a.m. New Year’s Day. Pharmacies will be closed on New Year’s Day.

  • 718 Commons Dr., Geneva

Mariano's: Most locations open until 8 p.m. Dec. 31, and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. New Year's Day. Call ahead to confirm hours.

  • 3025 E. New York St., Aurora

Target: Open regular hours Dec. 31 and New Year’s Day.

  • 115 N. Randall Road

Trader Joe’s: All stores will close at 6 p.m. Dec. 31 and remain closed on New Year’s Day.

  • 1942 W. Fabyan Parkway

Walgreens: Open New Year’s Day, though hours will vary by location. Call ahead to confirm hours.

  • 122 W. Wilson St.

  • 1918 W. Fabyan Parkway

Walmart: Open normal hours Dec. 31 and New Year’s Day.

  • 801 N. Randall Road


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This article originally appeared on the Batavia Patch