January 23rd, 2020
There’s a new Whole Foods Market in Tysons Corner, and you’ll likely find reasons to make a stop each week. There is, of course, the food and normal grocery items, including in-house bakery, butcher, and seafood departments plus packaged goods that you just can’t find anywhere else. Keep an eye out for locally produced products as well – many area vendors are recipients of low-interest loans from Whole Foods to help grow their business and are carried alongside national brands. Then there are the prepared foods – everything from hot, ready-to-eat items to freshly made and packaged prepared foods to take home.
Stop in to Whole Foods to grab lunch or dinner on the go, just as you would a fast casual restaurant. You can also eat in the Food Hall & Bar, with options from Officina Italian food, Genji Izakaya Japanese cuisine, Curiosity Doughnuts, and Rappahannock Oyster Co. Find the 70,000-square-foot market at The Boro with daily operating hours from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.