The new grocery store in Colleyville is also a pizza hangout.Whole Foods Market’s new supermarket opening Tuesday in Colleyville Downs includes a bar and a pizza cafe featuring Neapolitan-style pies. OK, so it’s not exactly like dinner at Cane Rosso.It’s still a first for Colleyville, and the prices are right.For $16, “The Colleyville” is topped with pancetta, habanero honey and bacon marmalade, plus mozzarella and Italian tomatoes.That’s very close to a popular Cane Rosso honey combination.“The Marianne” ($14) has finocchiona fennel salami and sausage with basil, tomatoes and mozzarella.Pizzas start at $9. The menu also offers calzones and salads.The bar pours 16 beers and three wines. It’s at the west edge of the grocery, with booths and dimmer lighting.The supermarket also has a sandwich counter and two 16-foot food bars, including a barbecue counter.Nearby Market Street also has a deli and food to go, but Whole Foods’ pizza cafe gives it an advantage.That’s only at the Colleyville location. The restaurant and bar will open daily beginning Tuesday, 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. 4801 Colleyville Blvd. (Texas 26) at Glade Road; wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/colleyville.Mad for Arlington ice creamJuly 4 is for all-American food, and Curly’s Frozen Custard’s Nathan’s Famous hot-dog-eating contest.But July 4 is also for ice cream.The Arlington area has a new premium ice cream shop: Mad Mike’s Ice Cream in Pantego. Carol and Mike Stephens learned the business on their own and have built a local following, particularly for the mint-chocolate chip and coconut flavors.It’s open 1-9 p.m. July 4 and six nights a week, with some afternoon hours on weekends; 2304 W. Park Row Drive, Pantego, 817-583-8031, facebook.com/madmikesicecream.(Nearby Super Chix also has excellent frozen custard.)Chick fil … hey Chicken Scratch, the high-quality west Dallas fried chicken cafe and patio from Smoke chef Tim Byres, has switched from bone-on chicken to chicken fillet sandwiches.On Smoke’s huge, fluffy biscuits, the new sandwiches are winners. Try the basic sandwich with oregano honey and cucumber pickles ($7), chicken fingers or a coconut waffle with coconut-maple syrup ($10). Sides include vinegar slaw, collards and green chile-hominy mac and cheese.It’s open for lunch and dinner seven days; 2303 Pittman St. at Fort Worth Avenue, two blocks east of Sylvan Avenue, 214-749-1112, cs-tf.com.