Locally owned and managed, Bayside Fresh Market is the “Texas hill country’s finest grocery” featuring quality food like “Akaushi beef, excellent seafood, fresh produce and groceries” to their customers. Started in 2012 as the vision of over 20 members of the Horseshoe Bay community to provide a “convenient, high-quality grocery experience” to the residents and their guests of the community. Most of their products are unique to their store and not available elsewhere in the Texas Hill Country, especially their selection of Heartbrand Akaushi Beef, as well as, many of their fine wines and European Cheeses. Bayside Fresh Market provides “exceptional service and fair prices.” They also offer prepared daily entrees, soups, fresh deli sandwiches and salads made by their Bayside Chefs.
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".
The Whole Foods Market (Bee Cave) "is clean, well stocked with lots of Organic foods, bulk items and more". "The cheese here is delicious" including "Gruyere, seaside cheddar and pepper jack" and "it is quite delicious". This market also has a "very cool layout with a full bar and restaurant upstairs (along with the bathrooms)". This is "clean and well organized and in a cute area with a lot of nice shops and restaurants". Also, "their chocolate mousse is also fantastic". "They have the best salad bar you can find at a great price" and their "salad bar is always a win or you can have them make you a delicious sandwich!"
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