The bodega where Hernandez worked is next to the school-bus stop and the logical place for him to have gone.
Hernandez still did not become a suspect when he quit working at the bodega one month later and moved back to New Jersey.
Casa Bruja's Fula Farmacia Blond Ale sells for $1.95 at bodega Mi Amiga.
On some days I was given money to buy milk for my baby and some food for myself at the bodega in the building.
You can get them in any bodega in New York City and in less upstanding newsstands, delis, and convenience stores elsewhere.
Presently, away off in the fog, he heard the bodega whistle.
There is no more cholera in bodega Central than there is in heaven!
Me, I don't feel like drownin' in that engine room or gettin' cut in half by the bow o' the bodega or the Aphrodite.
They are fleeing to the bodega to get the rifles and ammunition!
“Fernando sends Juan to bodega Central at daybreak,” the old man said.
An expert, esp in a scientific or technical field: Computer boffins play a game called hunt the wumpus
[WWII British aviators; origin unknown; conceivably fr a humorous comparison between the laboratories and shops of experts and the enormous trash heaps of Mr and Mrs Boffin in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend]