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Whole Foods

Map & Directions 8190 Park Lane, Ste. 351
Dallas, TX 75231
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214-342-4850
  • Eclectic
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch, Snack Food
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Dallas Observer's Description

Founded in 1980 in Austin, this peddler of all-natural and organic produce and products features a wide range of Texas-grown foods, but if imported French butter is your thing, Whole Foods has that too. Each department's staff is knowledgeable, chipper and willing to hold your hand when indecision strikes. For example, the cheesemongers will take all the time you need when putting together a cheese plate for a dinner party with your boss. Most departments also offer prepared items, so when you've spent an hour wandering the aisles in search of dinner's ingredients and come up empty, grab a dinner-for-two package.

 
Member Reviews

  • TheBarbecueFiend
    TheBarbecueFiend wrote a review for Whole Foods
    on 06/25/13
    2

    You'll find Dixon's BBQ within the Whole Foods Market in Lake Highlands. Grocery store barbecue didn't sound all that appealing, but I decided to give it a try anyway. Dixon's is basically set up as self-serve barbecue sitting under heat lamps for God knows how long. They're open from 10:30-9:00, and I'm not sure how often they replenish the meats. I wasn't optimistic.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Dallas Observer on 12/16/10

    Voted Best Beer Selection in our Best of Dallas 2010 issue- drink up!

  • This has proved far more successful than the short-lived “Mr. Dwindle’s Half Foods Market.” Unfortunately for Dwindle, he vastly overestimated the demand for items such as half-apples and half-eggs.

  • Dallas Observer on 01/25/13

    Love the smoothies that they make!!!

  • Hail M. on 04/27/10

    Quick, get your veg on! Hail Merry raw, vegan, gluten-free snacks can be found near the deli in Whole Foods. You know you want some!

  • Love this place! Whole Foods' Goat Milk Soap is one of the best we've found and only $8.95, try it! Excellent craft-beers and wine if you're hosting an event or party at home.

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