I think that the term "Fellini Kroger" is much too limiting and would like to propose Fellini Land for much of the odd swaths of humanity surrounding this zone of peculiarity. Before you get all fluffy, I don't mean it in a derogatory or demeaning way. I'm quite fond of Fellini Land.
The nearby Post Office should clearly be incorporated into Fellini Land: I was conducting business in that very post office the other day while having a conversation with an elderly man who claimed to be a former postal worker, complaining that they never answer that door bell at the little half-door. Meanwhile, a car alarm was blaring outside without stopping. I notified the staff inside that a gentleman was needing assistance at the service door, informed him I had done so as I departed and was saluted with a "God bless you and Merry Christmas!" "And to you, sir!"
The blaring car horn was an old sedan that had somehow plowed into the power pole at the corner of the adjacent gas station, air bag flaccid, people gawking, horn unflinching. Fellini Gas Station.
And if you're willing to allow me, Mac's Pharmacy, while a mile or two away to the east, is clearly the Fellini Pharmacy. Every trip into that odd little store is a trip. The staff are kind and wonderful but it's still got a Fellini vibe that cannot be denied.