Whole Foods opens its doors in Colleyville
07/09/2014 12:59 AM
07/09/2014 6:04 PM
Colleyville sits pretty perfectly in between Grapevine, HEB and Southlake, so no one is ever very far from anything, especially grocery stores. But the organic leader Whole Foods is set to open its doors this week to the Tarrant-county suburb and has worked fiercely to not just add another name to food + grocery options in the area, but to make its presence known by luring customers with some interesting lifestyle offerings including a Neapolitan-style wood-grilled pizza oven and a full bar. (Yes, a bar!)
With Market Street less than a mile away on the same street, one has to wonder: “How many premier grocery stores do you need in one spot?” However, if it’s any indication of other busy DFW upscale subburbs like Plano and Allen, we can’t get enough of our grocery experience. While Amazon and other online retailers continue to dominate the shopping biosphere, we want our grocery experience to feel like we just stepped foot into the farmland to wipe the dew of a newly picked apple. I’m one of those people that take great joy in my grocery duties (as long as I don’t have a kid in tow) and now have grown accustom to grinding my own coffee beans and almond butter. Funny though it was these types of activities many of the grocery stores I grew up with were trying to help you not have to do – like make your own peanut butter, have your meat cut and grind up your own coffee. To be honest, I love that we’ve taken this back into our own hands and bellies.
- 12-foot cheese case with more than 300 cheeses available including 10 local brands
- 10-foot olive bar 40-foot set of cold beer
- 4-foot set of cold wine 12 feet of bulk coffee, roasted in house
- Huge deli with several hot and cold options
No mom guilt when you buy grocery and make some money for charity!
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