…for many hours! Wow, I had never been to a Market Street store before. Heck, I had not even heard of them before, but turns out there is one right down the road from me in Flower Mound, Texas.
Morgan and I went to Market Street today. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I can tell you that it was all awesome and I spent the better part of the day there. Seriously, like hours. The first thing I saw when I walked in was the glorious produce section. Right there, in my face….fruits and veggies from Texas. Yes, Texas grown foods. They always source produce locally before they look elsewhere. So, not everything is from Texas, but if they can get it from Texas…then they do!
They even had signs up showing the different Texas farming families that provide the produce.
They also have a lot of organic fruits and vegetables on hand…they even tell you the daily count…
So after we drooled over the awesome produce section, we noticed a salad bar. A massive salad bar. Oh, and an olive bar. Then we remembered we had not eaten yet and figured we should probably try a lot of the things they had to offer…so we did. It was soooo good. The cold pasta salads….holy cow…best stuff ever!
Then, while I was eating…I glanced up and saw this little slice of heaven…
I’ll tell you more about that another time though…
The Flower Mound store is the newest location in the DFW area. They incorporated new features into this location. One of those features is a wine bar and this is the only location that has one so far! This location also offers an expanded health & wellness section (love this! I picked up some things from here), more bulk items (YAY!), fresh sushi made every day, dry aged beef, and a large selection of gluten free products. The gluten free section is truly impressive. I plan on talking more about all of this in a later post.
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