Whole Foods Market
Phoenix, AZ 85054
- Daily 7am-10pm
Phoenix New Times' Description
Say what you will about Whole Foods Market and its prices, but once inside, itâs hard to resist this gourmet grocery chainâs charm. Not only does it stock specialty goods from artisan crafters throughout the country and globe, but it also supports locally produced foods and other goods. You can stop by just to pick up a hot, fresh meal like curry, Korean BBQ, sliced brisket sandwiches, pizza, and burgers. Whole Foods also has bulk dry goods, high quality fresh produce, a full-service meat and seafood counter, and a bakery that offers breads, cakes, pies, cookies, and muffins made with cage-free eggs, natural butters, and unbleached flour. Hop heads canât get enough of the marketâs bottled beer selection, and the locations in Tempe, Scottsdale, Raintree, and Paradise Valley are some of our favorite places to fill up a growler; any draft beer (except the stuff on nitro taps) is $4. If youâd rather stick around and sip your sudsy pint, the Chandler store has its own bar, the Watering Hole, with 31 taps, happy hour deals, and beer classes every Friday.
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Whole foods? More like whole paycheck lolz!
They have a separate Vegan/Vegetarian Hot Food Bar with lots of tasty options...
No parking on Christmas Eve - avoid this location at all costs on that day!
Only the best market ever created. Period.
Reviews and News
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