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Royal Blue Grocery – Main Street, Dallas

Store in Dallas - 0.30 mi

Royal Blue Grocery is a "really good little spot in downtown if you're looking for something a few notches above the typical bodega". This Royal Blue Grocery has "everything you need to procrastinate a big-box grocery store visit". This place "makes living in a downtown area bearable". This is also "the only place in the Central Business District to get fresh fruit and produce". It is also a "really nice specialty grocer with sandwiches coffee soup and baked goods". "It's not exactly a coupon cutting kinda spot but it is a specialty cool awesome service little spot you can get everything from fresh macaroons to fresh produce and even toiletries and other household items".  They also "make a great grill cheese sandwich and have a popular coffee menu".

Royal Blue Grocery – Ross Ave, Dallas

Store in Dallas - 0.76 mi

This grocery "is your standard Royal Blue - coffee bar, sandwiches, pastries and grocery items". This place is "perfect for a casual lunch after visiting the museum". "Located in the Trammell Crowe tower lobby, touts delivering a plethora of items and needs, ranging from gourmet goodies to a full-service café and sandwich counter". They also have "frozen meals, ready to go meals, wine and gifts, sushi, sandwiches, snacks, etc". You will also notice that the "coffee and espresso beverages are pretty average, with Starbucks equivalent prices". They are "good for hot sandwiches" because "you will definitely be back" for their "pretty dang good Reuben for $8".

1890 Marketplace (Dallas)

Store in Dallas - 0.86 mi

If you are looking for great spices and olive oils, visit 1890 Marketplace in Dallas, Texas because they have different “flavored oils, vinegar, and spices.” The expansive spice collection fills a whole wall of shelving, and tables filled with vats of olive oil resembling mini beer vats at a craft brewery fill in the rest of the space. Each vat has “its own label of a specific flavor of olive oil”, which is made by infusing the crushed olives with various herbs and spices. They also offer “Thai Lemongrass Mint, Honey Ginger, Aged Basalmic,” and pretty much everything. The service is super attentive, and very informative on all the options. The highlights are their house-blend spice, and the Cranberry Pear and White Balsamic Vinegar Dressing.

Whole Foods Market (Uptown Dallas)

Store in Dallas - 1.35 mi

You can find "the BEST floral department" here at Whole Foods Market (Uptown Dallas). They have flowers for "wedding bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, cocktail table arrangements, and table centerpieces" and "everything looked so beautiful". The layout here "is simple and easier than other locations". Plus, "they also have an awesome bar area and the best bartenders". Also, "their gluten-free bread selections are just okay because they never carry egg-free gluten-free bread". There are also "tons of vegan options and a great atmosphere". You can also find "a great selection of food and produce". There is also "an awesome fresh food and salad bar" and "if you want fresh juice, smoothie, or coffee, they've got that too".

Burgundy’s Local Dallas

Store in Dallas - 1.39 mi

Burgundy's Local Dallas offers 100% Grass-Fed Beef & Lamb, Pasture Raised Chicken, Pork, & Rabbit, Raw Milk Cheeses, Free Range Pastured Eggs, and more. They are all "great quality" which "makes you question the grass-fed meats from the grocery". It is "worth the price knowing you are getting local and well cared for product". They even "have a limited number of fresh pasture-raised turkeys". One customer even "tried a beef frank (weiners as we call them in Texas)". It was "so delicious". "I forgot what real meat tasted like!!" according to the customer. You will "be back regularly because of the incredible quality and courteous service".

Bar & Garden Dallas

Store in Dallas - 1.39 mi

Bar & Garden Dallas is a “small-batch spirits, natural wine and craft beer store” that also sells barware, glassware and plants. They only carry wine, spirits and cocktail mods “free of artificial colors and flavors.” All of their wines are, at minimum, practicing organic, and many are biodynamic. That means no herbicides, pesticides or fungicides used in the vineyards. It also means you’re not drinking toxic chemicals! As a leader in the “Texas natural wine movement,” Bar & Garden supports the artists, farmers and makers of raw wine. They also carry small-production of “chocolate, bitters,and shrubs”, but nothing that uses any artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

Foxtrot Delivery Market

Store in Dallas - 1.58 mi

Foxtrot Delivery Market is a 3,600-square-foot coffee bar and cafe founded by “Michael LaVitola and Dallas native, Taylor Bloom.” It is the answer to grab-and-go coffee, easy lunch meetings, wine dates and late-night snacking. A platform of “discovery for curated products and brands,” the market’s shelves will be stocked with a carefully selected, rotating assortment of today’s most exciting brands, up-and-coming makers and local favorites like Emporium Pies, and Flower Gals Co. They have a selection of groceries, gift boxes, everyday essentials and even an impressive collection of CBD products. As a digitally native, Foxtrot marries its neighborhood shops with under an hour “delivery via its app and website” for a seamless omni channel experience to discover the city’s best goods, gifts, and everyday essentials.

Trinity Haymarket

Store in Dallas - 1.93 mi

Trinity Haymarket is primarily a feed store, and this is an important business in a community. Many small businesses depend on the availability of feeds, without which, farm animals will starve. Feeding the animals is just one part of the job. A farm life involves other tasks, which means other supplies are a necessity as well. That is why Trinity Haymarket does its best to make sure the store has anything and everything farmers need. They also give local artisans exposure, by selling their products in the store, like organic soaps and lotions, homemade pickles and jams, hand-forged farm tools, and beekeeping equipment.

Cox Farms Market – Dallas

Store in Dallas - 2.28 mi

Discover Cox Farms Market - Dallas, your go-to destination for the best produce in town. As a family-owned retailer, we offer a wide selection of natural and organic foods, nutritional supplements, and more. Conveniently located on Fort Worth Avenue in Dallas, Texas, our small store focuses on providing high-quality products. Say goodbye to overwhelming supermarket aisles and enjoy the simplicity of finding all your organic groceries in one place. With beautiful and fresh produce available year-round, we're the perfect spot for all your naturally grown product needs.

Whole Foods Market (Highland Park)

Store in Dallas - 3.19 mi

The Whole Foods Market (Highland Park) is "a little small, so they don't always have all the specialty items we want, but they have almost everything else". You will "like that they have an elaborate salad bar" with "so many options from cold salad to sides to choose from". This makes it "so easy to go in and out for lunch and build a salad". They also "have some samples throughout the store, mainly in produce". They "even have a bar where you can get wines and amazing beer". Also, "their bakery always smells so good & REMEMBER! They have a pizza bar that you can grab a slice or two and head out".

Whole Foods Market (Lakewood)

Store in Dallas - 3.75 mi

The Whole Foods Market (Lakewood) "has one of the best layouts and their warm food section is second to none". Also, "the produce and meat selection is the best at this location" aside from doing "a great job in the seafood department". "Their organic meats are way cheaper than anywhere else" too. You will also "love their veggie burger at the grill" after tasting it. You will also "like the underground parking because it keeps the snow off" your "car in the winter" and also keeps your "car cool in the summer". Plus, "they always have amazing lattes as well". Also, "the sushi rolls at this location are super fresh and during the summer they make a rainbow roll with strawberries, mango and REAL  crab meat, so good!!"

Ann’s Health Food Center & Market

Store in Dallas - 4.63 mi

Ann’s is a family owned and operated “Health Food Center & Market” Located in Dallas & Waxahachie, Texas. They provide the quality you're looking for when it comes to a health food store. They offer a “wide selection of products” from healthy food and organic produce to vitamins, supplements, and natural body care products. Whether you're stopping by to pick up some “fresh produce for your next meal” or if you're looking for “healthy snacks for the kids lunches,” their grocery store has a lot of options available at a price you'll love. From personal customer service and a knowledgeable staff to their quality products, Ann's Health Food Center & Market provide the very best in town!

Central Market (Dallas Lovers Lane)

Store in Dallas - 5.31 mi

"Employees at" Central Market (Dallas Lovers Lane) are "very helpful and friendly, but THE FOOD! That’s what really made the visit spectacular!" Their "selection is huge and diverse". "They have a great selection of healthy choices. Fresh produce and meat". "The produce is always fresh. They have different kinds of grapes that you don’t normally find at the other stores". They also have the "best breakfast bar ever" and "the biscuits and gravy are awesome". This market is "always a good place to be to shop and get out of the heat!! Lots of delicious samples and good ideas for cooking!"

Sweet Harvest/Dulce Cosecha

Store in Dallas - 5.66 mi

Sweet Harvest, known as Dulce Cosecha in Spanish, emerged as a beacon of resilience. In 2015, amidst downsizing at the Dallas Farmers Market, four determined vendors united to face adversity head-on. They founded Sweet Harvest in June 2015, drawing upon their collective experience. Today, this vibrant marketplace spans a charming red shed at the Dallas Farmers Market, offering a diverse array of fresh produce, nuts, flowers, plants, a juice bar, pies, salsas, and all your farmers market essentials. If you seek quality, take a stroll across the street; Sweet Harvest awaits.

Becerra’s Tamales at Saint Michael’s Farmers Market

Store in Dallas - 5.82 mi

Discover Becerra's Tamales at St. Michael's Farmers Market, a culinary gem in Texas. Owned by Chef Victor Valdez, this award-winning tamale destination offers delicious flavors crafted from traditional recipes passed down by his grandparents. With a storefront in Fort Worth and special appearances, satisfy your cravings for the best tamales and salsas around.

Central Market (Dallas Midway)

Store in Dallas - 6.54 mi

"The team" in Central Market (Dallas Midway) "is exceptional, the selection is small but always fresh and it’s becoming my weekly go to". This is an "amazing place, especially for prepared goods". "Great selection, changes regularly and VERY accommodating staff". "The produce department is excellent" too. "This store has a mushroom section that has varieties that most stores never stock". "They also have some great deals on random items every day so if you don't have a setlist of things you need, it can be a lot more affordable". They also have "great fresh foods, especially pre-prepared meals to take home on a busy weekday". Also, "the sushi is really delicious!"

Whole Foods Market (Park Lane)

Store in Dallas - 6.63 mi

"This Wholefoods is LARGE!!!!" You will "love the layout and of course, love all of their products". The Whole Foods Market (Park Lane) also "added an Amazon pick-up location" with a "nice layout, typical great produce and butcher sections". Plus, "the coffee bar is solid and the prices are reasonable" and they sell "excellent produce". They also sell "great meat and seafood" and also there is a "huge selection of organic items, including their store brands". Also, their "gluten-free options are good". This store also "has grass-fed best meat and chicken". "There is also garage parking in case you don't want your car to take on the Texas heat!"

Natural Grocers – Dallas – Garland

Store in Dallas - 6.72 mi

"There is a lot to learn about the supplements that are sold in the store". "Other stores in the Dallas area are lacking when it comes to the freshness of their produce". Yes, "they have fresh produce" and "they have the best prices on pastured eggs and a variety of great organic produce". And, their "granola aisle or bulk bagged goods section" has a "very good quality at a reasonable price". "Great staff and good prices, plus they have kombucha on tap". Also, "the interior decor is unified, but you can tell there's a bit of a quirky mind behind it all". "They even have a little reading section!"  

The Green Spot Store

Store in Dallas - 6.87 mi

Green Spot is a "healthy convenience store” that provides high quality healthy choices of food and beverages to their customers at affordable prices. They offers healthy, organic, natural food and beverages as well as some personal care products. They also brew “Direct Trade and Rain Forest Alliance coffee.” All the food that they serve is preservative free. The meats are locally sourced and all natural. They use cage-free eggs from animals that have been humanely treated and without the use of antibiotics or growth hormones, and nitrates. Their sauces including bbq sauce, ranch, and dressings are “made from scratch in the kitchen.” The Green Spot Store also carry a healthy choice of snacks for kids and adults, baked goods, gluten free options, biodegradable and non-toxic cleaning products. 

Central Market (Dallas Preston Royal)

Store in Dallas - 8.13 mi

"Just like all Central Markets, this a great grocery store. Well stocked, high quality and great variety - but squeezed into a much smaller store". "As a result, their product offering can be limited". Also, "they do not have a Cafe that you'll find at other Central Markets". "Parking can also be a little tight at times, but still very good shopping experience". The "store team" are also "exceptional under pressure" during the tornado that hit them. "In seconds staff rounded up store personnel and shoppers alike and ushered us into the cooler to take shelter as the tornado tore off the roof and shook the building" and "Clearly your staff members had very good crisis training", mentioned by a thankful customer.

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