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  • The British Emporium

    The British Emporium

    140 N. Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-421-2311 "A little "Brit" of Britain in Texas" IT'S WORTH THE TRIP! Located in the heart of historic Grapevine, Texas - conveniently located between Dallas & Fort Worth - the award-winning British Emporium has been the premier British grocer, tea merchant, and gift shop in North Texas since 1992. Discover hard-to-find imported tea, biscuits, chocolates, frozen products, preserves & pickles among our many fine foods and groceries. More >>

  • Central Market

    10720 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230

  • Cost Plus World Market

    5500 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

  • Cupboard Natural Foods

    200 W. Congress St. Denton, TX 76201

  • Good Luck Grocery

    1715 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76010

  • Green Grocer

    3614 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

  • H Mart

    2625 Old Denton Road Carrollton, TX 75007

  • Hirsch's Meat Market

    1301 W. Parker Road Plano, TX 75023

  • Historical Downtown McKinney

    4550 W. University McKinney, TX 75069

  • Indo-Pak Super Market

    2548 Dickerson Parkway Carrollton, TX 75006

  • Jason's Grocery & Grill

    5922 Jacksboro Hwy Fort Worth, TX 76114-1519

  • Jj's Snack Shop

    6300 Ridglea Place Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Kazy's Gourmet

    9256 Markville Drive Dallas, TX 75243

    There’s a reason many of Dallas’ best seafood restaurants work with Kazy’s to source their fish for sushi. The small shop tucked just inside Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway off Greenville Avenue deals in impossibly fresh seafood. If you’re looking to cook with the same stuff the pros use, you should check out this recently remodeled storefront and see if any of the obscure ingredients inspire you. Not into cooking? That’s OK. A sizable sushi menu offers a huge assortment from tuna for the timid to more adventurous cuts like squid. The teriyaki is sweet and addictive, and the ramen will warm your soul. The best part is the pricing. Bento boxes stay under $10 and sushi rolls stay mostly under $5. More >>

  • Kroger

    5665 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206

  • Melon Seed Grocery Delivery

    3301 W. Parker Road Plano, TX 75023-8123

  • Omaha Steaks

    10854 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230

  • Phuong Marketplace

    4319 Bryan St. Dallas, TX 75204

  • Rex

    Rex's Seafood Market

    5200 W. Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209
    214-351-6363 If volume drives freshness and freshness drives quality, then Rex's is probably one of the best places in Dallas to pound some seafood. The seafood shop with tables for casual eating is the best place in Dallas to slurp on oysters from the north. Sandwiches combine fish and shellfish with bacon and bright condiments that work well, and on Friday they serve a ridiculously overstuffed lobster-roll. If you like what you're eating, you can easily take it home. All of their products and fresh fish are available for purchase -- you don't even have to bait a hook. More >>

  • Sigel

    Sigel's Epicurean Market-Deli

    15003 Inwood Road Addison, TX 75001-3730

  • Super Mercado Mexico

    5535 Columbia Ave. Dallas, TX 75214

  • Terry's Supermarket

    3025 Webb Chapel Extension Dallas, TX 75220-6205

  • Tian Tian Supermarket

    400 N. Greenville Ave. Richardson, TX 75081

  • Trophenias Fine Foods

    13031 Coit Road Dallas, TX 75240-5723

  • Tseelana Market

    7501 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas, TX 75225-7437

  • White Rock Local Market

    White Rock Local Market

    702 N. Buckner Blvd. Dallas, TX 75218 White Rock Local Market may not be as big as the Dallas Farmers Market downtown. It may not even be as convenient, as the East Dallas pop-up market only "pops" every other weekend. But the White Rock Local Market makes up for these minor failings with a lot of heart. Despite more than 60 farmers, artisans and vendors listed on its website, the market maintains a surprisingly independent feel that resonates with the "back to our roots" vibe that make farmers markets so appealing. Come to find the perfect tomato for your BLT, the sweetest peach for your summer pie and meet the farmers who actually grew the products. If produce isn't your thing, you can grab a freshly baked baguette from Empire Bakery, artisan goat cheese from a local dairy or even a handcrafted hot dog on a freshly baked bun. More >>