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Whole Foods Market
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1440 P Street NW Washington, DC 20005, United States
1440 P Street NWUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20005
$$$Natural Foods Store, Health Food Store
Natural Foods Store
Health Food Store
Today 7:00 am – 10:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmThursday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmFriday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 10:30 pmSunday 7:00 am – 10:30 pm
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Eco-minded chain with natural & organic grocery items, housewares & other products (most sell wine).- Google
"Prepared foods are varied and tasty."
"This is my neighborhood Whole Foods and it's a smaller yet pleasant space."
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Meg Smith
a month ago
This is my neighborhood Whole Foods and it's a smaller yet pleasant space. I can always count on WF for variety and freshness, as well as healthful options. Prepared foods are varied and tasty. Service is friendly and knowledgable. My only gripe is the parking lot, which is usually overrun with taxis camping out on their breaks. Parking can be tough to come by, which is unfortunate and irksome. Overall a great place for regular grocery runs.
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Danielle Ricks
7 months ago
I know Whole Foods gets a bad wrap for being over priced and even being dubbed, "Whole Paycheck"... but I love this place. This is the only place I buy my fish and meat. Plus, the nicest people work here. They helped me plan a healthy, organic dinner that was AMAZING. I've also ordered a Thanksgiving Diner from there and I've taken a few classes there. I'll pay whatever for good service and good, fresh food.
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Camilla Peterson
9 months ago
Better than the Whole Foods in Foggy Bottom but it still gets pretty crazy in here on weeknights. Prices are as expensive as any WF. When I first moved to DC I had to shop here, but since the Giant opened on 7th and Trader Joes on 14th there are many more affordable, and enjoyable, places for me to grocery shop. I haven't gone back here since. I used to really enjoy their Wine Down Wednesdays (wine and food sample pairings) but they have recently stopped doing these.
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Elizabeth Renoult
a year ago
My experience with the Whole Foods meat department at P Street has been completely exasperating in an attempt to special order a product that they do not normally carry. I started my inquiry 4 weeks in advance of the time it was needed, to determine if they could accommodate me, and was run around for 4 weeks by the meat manager, the store manager, another meat manager and a meat department employee to no avail. I left my contact information several times, was promised follow ups that never occurred, and even had the meat manager disappear when he saw me approach his department. All I needed was a yes or no answer as to whether they could place an order for me and what the cost would be. I was ably assisted by Union Meats at Eastern Market where I will purchase my meats in the future. Too bad Whole Foods that you have outgrown the necessity for courteous, professional behavior toward your customers. I have been a regular customer since the opening of your store and even participated in the lobby to bring you to the neighborhood. I am greatly disappointed by this incident as well as previous ones that I overlooked, to remain silent or faithful in the future.
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Carlos DeFarmer
a month ago
I have never written an online review, but I feel compelled to state my grievance with Whole Foods in public. I tried to deal with this in private, via email, yet my emails were consistently ignored by Whole Foods, and nothing meaningful was ever done about the situation. I shopped at Whole Foods Market on P Street for the better part of a decade. The service had generally been pretty good, and I loved the produce. My last transaction at Whole Foods completely changed my perception of the company. I stopped in to buy a few items, as I had typically done about 3 times a week. The cashier was Amber, who was yelling and carrying on with another employee as she rang up my items. Although annoyed, I ignored the commotion, as it wasn't a big deal. Then, as she was talking and carrying on with the other employee, Amber used the 'N-word'. Being half African American, I could not believe what I was hearing- I was truly dumbstruck by Amber's use of disgusting, racist language, right in front of my face. I paid for my items and got out of there as quickly as I could. I sent an email to Whole Foods about this incident weeks ago, but of course I had to send multiple follow up emails before I ever even got a response. I stopped in again a couple of weeks ago, and I once again saw Amber at a register- I immediately left the store when I saw her. Apparently, there are no meaningful consequences for Whole Foods employees who use disgusting, racist language, right in front of the customers. My advice is to avoid this store at all costs, unless you feel good about supporting a store that employs individuals who use racial epithets right in front of the customers.
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Ezana Abraham
3 months ago
Absolutely fabulous, fresh products & friendly staff. Highly recommended, best go to place for already cooked food. 👍👍
Tammie Jones
10 months ago
Variety, quality is awesome, however, the deli where you choose your bread is poorly designed and should be closely monitored. There is no glass shielding the bread from the customer. While I'm waiting to be served, I have to stand there and fuss with the customers to stop handling the bread with there bare hands. They were moving several loafs of bread before finding a loaf to their liking. This is disturbing to me knowing that about 85% of all infections and viruses are spread due to people not washing their hands. These are shoppers coming in from the street carrying who knows what type of germs and bacteria. I love WF culture and organics but the deli's structure needs to be redesigned.
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T Horne
a year ago
I just moved to DC. While I liked the layout and grocery selection of this Whole Foods, the salad bar - which is what I usually use WF for - is a bit, how do I say it, glisten-y! Except for the few raw vegetables on offer, each dish seems like it's had oil or some other substance poured on it to make it shinier and, I guess, more appealing to some customers. Not to this one. At these prices, that surprised me - eventhe NY Whole foods stores managed to do away with that salad bar slickness quite a while ago.
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