Eli's Roadside Produce Market is a hidden gem located at 5430 W US Highway 79, just 1 mile east of Dell Diamond and next to Walmart. Owned and managed by Eli, this charming market is renowned for its exceptional quality fruits, vegetables, honey, and more. Eli's friendly demeanor and extensive knowledge of produce create a welcoming and enjoyable shopping experience. Customers appreciate his personalized recommendations and outstanding customer service. One taste of the Pecos cantaloupe he suggests, and you'll never settle for anything less. Visit Eli's Roadside Produce Market today and discover the difference.
Slaying the world-famous “Texas Chewie Pecan Pralines,” Lammes Candies at Round Rock is a family-run candy company that has proudly served Austin for more than a century. It is “one of the oldest businesses” not only in Austin, but also in Texas, Lammes was likely the first confectionery in Austin to sell “chocolate-covered strawberries.” Their legendary confections are perfect for events, special occasions, business gifts and more. Lammes Candies at Round Rock is dedicated to providing “great service and a wonderful shopping experience” to their customers. The employees are willing and able to go the extra mile to deliver excellence and mouth watering confections to you!
"Natural Grocers – Georgetown is a great location behind Target with pretty decent parking considering its central Georgetown location". "All items are organic and the supplements section is fantastic". "They also carry Ayurveda items, yoga and essential oils". Also, "the fresh meat options are limited so if you are going in to find butcher meat this isn't your place". "They do have a quick grab and go options as well for those looking to grab something for an office lunch". And, "they have a lot of healthy alternative foods and supplements including bean nacho chips and soy ice cream". "They also have a small book collection of health food books and cookbooks".
Experience hospitality from the heart of Texas! Since 1991, Texas Treats, Inc. has created Texas-size gourmet baskets and gifts with a Lone Star State theme. They specializes in “Texas themed gift baskets” and “gourmet foods” that are made in the Lone Star State. Each basket is filled with with Texas made foods, candies, savory and spicy snacks. Texas Treats Gift Baskets and Gourmet Foods have been used for corporate conferences, sales gatherings, and business promotions. The gourmet food items represent every part of our great state from the Red River to El Paso, the Gulf Coast, Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin to San Antonio. Make sure to check out their selections of Salsa, Tortilla Chips, Chocolates, Pralines, Jellies, Honey, Sugary Sweets, Snack Mix, Seasonings and Dips.
Weir's Country Store is an “hometown convenience store” with full kitchen, offering homemade burgers, brisket, sausage and much more. It is a common stop for a quick meal! During lunch time, the store is always “filled with locals” and those from afar, who know how good the food is. The servers are always friendly and accommodating. The burgers, breakfast tacos and fried foods are “always hot and fresh” and they frequently serve BBQ. A chopped beef sandwich is a perfect “grab-and-go at an affordable price.” During warm months, Weir's Country Store also serves Blue Bell ice cream! if you are looking for a place where you can have a quick yet delicious meal, Weir's Country Store is worth a stop.
The Whole Foods Market (Cedar Park) "store has the usual HUGE BEER SELECTION you've come to depend on at WF". "Wine offerings are few, but unlike other competitors where there are only 4 Cabs each priced around $5, this place has something great to satisfy every price point". This store is also "bright, open, and modern". It also "has a fantastic produce section" and the "fruits such as bananas, apples, etc. are priced singularly, not by the pound". There is also a "plethora of 365 and other quality brands in the aisles". Plus, "there is a juice bar inside (JuiceLand) and also a Bake Shop and Beer Garden (Easy Tiger). This is "a great perk and also provides some indoor seating and a large outdoor patio".
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