Nice store. Stopped by here opening day, damned it was crowded. Largest selection I have seen at a grociery store. I was on the isle for 30 min. waiting to see if anyone asked me if I needed assistance. It was only me and 1 other person on the isle but it never came. Good pricing as well.
blutt59 (177) Dallas, Texas | April 6, 2010| Updated January 24, 2015
Two bars, make sure to check both, New store on Central Expressway with big beer selection and best mix six of any Whole Foods. All the usual foodstuffs and tap beer as well.
This is a straight up, pimpin’ Whole Foods. All 64ft of beer is cooled and ready to go. Nice selection of singles as well as a decent mix-six selection (although each beer is pricier than their Plano location). Friendly staff and draught beer available over in the wine area. Reasonably priced and a good selection---Good combination to do battle with the Central Market down the street (which I feel has a better selection).
Opened March 15, 2010 (current phone number is the regional as they are not listing the store number yet). This place is in the same development as my apartment, so let me know if you decide to swing by. Great new place. This is the flagship Whole Foods and was suppose to be the largest in the world when they were building it (I am not sure if it still is). 64 feet of beer selection. Plenty of locals and plenty of singles with a make your own six pack selection. Quite a good selection by Dallas standards and definitely better than the other area Whole Foods (Plano might be close, but it blows the other Dallas ones away). They also have a "wine bar" which serves beer on tap (no growler fills though). Currently only three beers on tap (SNPA, Firemans #4 and Blanche de Bruxelles). Decent sake selection, but not as good as Central Market. Looks promising! Also homebrewers: they have a few types of honey (including local wildflower) and maple syrups that you can get by the pound in the bulk section at an extremely good price (a pound of grade A maple syrup is $6.99/lbs).