Founded in 1978 in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods Market (wholefoodsmarket.com) is the leading retailer of natural and organic foods, the first national “Certified Organic” grocer, and uniquely positioned as America’s Healthiest Grocery Store™.
Mondays are 'Meatless Mondays' in the prepared food section. Fill your plate for a flat rate of 8 dollars from 4-7pm on Monday.
Order a tap beer at the coffee shop, sit outside and enjoy the last sprinkles of summer.
the bakery offers a great variety of cookies and different breads!
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Súper, para todos los gustos y todos contentos !😋
Curry Chicken Salad
Beware of long lines.
Check out the wine selection for decent Malbecs.
Good hot bar, beers on tap
I notice they don't serve the pricier vegetarian options during the Meatless Monday special...Wish they would. Overall, the store offers a greater variety of organic than then the Tenley store.
Pretty fast, plenty of options on the ground floor for lunch/dinner. Make sure you go to the kiosk first to order.
Great butcher, wine, vegatables
The best for good value meals
Wine Down Wednesdays $5!!!
Come to this location if one of your hobbies is standing in line 😒
Get fresh OJ from the orange juicer next to the coffee bar.
So ridiculously crowded at all times of the day.
Y U NO HAVE 99¢ PASTA?!
This specific store focuses more on single people than most stores in the chain with a lot of ready-to-eat options.
What's not to love about a Whole Foods walking distance from home? This one has great weekly events like wine tastings and an incredible cafeteria! Stop in for lunch or dinner before shopping.
Try the tiramisu...please do!
#best bu asetonu alin, aldirin.
Organik urunler satilan bi market. Buralarda epeyce unlu. Ayrica ust katinda yemek de yiyebiliyorsunuz, yiyecekleri guzel ve saglikli. Alt katta bulunan organik bakim urunlerine bakmakta fayda var.
Avoid on holidays if possible. They run out of a lot of stuff and lines are especially slow.
True happiness can be found here, you just have to look!
They have a huge row of breakfast pastries, coffee is good too!
If you pay at the kiosk for coffee, you'll have to bug a cashier for a cup — but you can cut the line.
Moocho... It works
What a cluster f!
The mac & cheese on the hot bar. My God.
La mejor comida en Foggy Botom!! Ideal. Todo orgánico.
A little over priced
Foggy doggy hot dog stand buns aren't vegan, but they'll make a veggie dog special on a soft corn tortilla!
Meyers soap products are a favorite
Watch out for the bottoms of the new chairs. They are sharp and I cut myself while pulling my chair in!
Beware the fish counter. Twice I have bought fish that needed to be returned after getting home and realizing it reeked.
Chicken sausages (Italian style) were not up to whole foods standards. Flavorless, yucky texture.
Prepare for a 5 minute conversation about bags each time you check out. Do you need a bag? Recyclable bag? Double bag? How many bags? So tedious. Liberalism is quite exasperating.
Great grocery shop! Definitely worth visiting.
Que maravilla Washington DC la ciudad donde hay cosas vegetarianas y veganas!
There are foods labeled halal in frozen products section. The brand is Saffron Road.
I get the green juice from the juice bar.. it's called: HSH (health starts here) and it costs $5.50 incl. tax for 12oz
Smaller than the average Whole Foods, prepared items are on shelves rather than in a deli case. No meal deals are available here. Instead, the space is used for fresh items (sushi, sandwiches, pizza)
If you're trying to grocery shop, avoid Wednesday evenings: "Wine Down Wednesdays". Lines for the wine and food booths block the aisles, and visitors put their plates and glasses on displays. Crowded!
This my FAVE WFs in the DMV. While the Silver Spring and Alexandria stores are larger, the Foggy Bottom has fewer children and strollers.
If you are looking for anything whole wheat or fat free, you won't find it thanks to all those GW kids.
The breakfast are really goods
This location is ALWAYS crowded. If you plan on grocery shopping, I suggest going later on in the day. It's great for quick lunches (sushi, fresh salads/sandwiches, pizza, etc). I love Whole Foods!
Whole Foods' leftist agenda has manifested here by their incredibly accurate replication of a communist food ration queue. Basically, the line sucks.
This place is like a college cafeteria. Very crowded.