The parking lot of this grocery store is typically jam-packed with Mercedes and BMWs, a sure sign that you’re about to enter the fancy-pants organic world of Whole Foods Market. This location isn’t the largest in Dallas, but an in-house bakery, meat and seafood counters with a focus on naturally raised and sustainable products, a fresh juice bar, an impressive international array of cheeses, an ultra-fresh salad bar, a huge selection of prepared foods, a massive (albeit pricy) produce selection and plenty of bulk bins ensure one-stop shopping for all the well-heeled neighborhood folks who flock here. The store also sells vitamins, supplements and personal care products, because sometimes you just need five different scents of goat’s-milk soap. An olive bar and a sushi counter round out the offerings and make it entirely too easy to drop a couple stacks on just one or two shopping bags.
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