This is much less a market or store than it is an eating experience. There are seafood, barbecue, pasta, wine, beer, vegan, and other mini restaurants within Whole Foods. Each had a chef or sommelier with a food bar and high chairs for individual specialties. One can eat an appetizer of seafood, a main of barbecued brisket, a side of pasta, taste several wines, enjoy a dessert and coffee...all under one roof. It is fun, delicious, and so flexible and varied. We live near a Whole Foods store in another state with many varied things you can buy, even prepared foods, but definitely without the sense of chef prep, style, and eatery. We even returned a second time and found the moist barbecued brisket to be the best we have tasted through out the city. BRAVO.
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