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Whole Foods Market - Bowery
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Today 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
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95 E Houston St New York, NY 10002
95 E Houston StUSNYNew York10002
(212) 420-1320wholefoodsmarket.com
$$$Supermarket, Natural Foods StoreToday 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Whole Foods Market is the world's largest natural and organic grocer. Find one near you, check in, and say hello!
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Pearlyn Sin
reviewed a month ago
Love their varieties and selection. Very helpful workers who give assistance when needed (especially the korean guy). Gotta love their sprouted mix nuts even though they're pricey. Checkout is efficient too!
Christine Wang
reviewed a month ago
Whole Foods is like a shopping mall indoors but everything is GOOD for you, smells good, tastes good and feels good--from frozen pizzas, to the prepared foods, healthy cosmetics like Dr. Hauschka cosmetics, Tiger Balm creams, to the Toms shoes, to the local produce & juices--this place is ideal for people wanting to grab a healthy bite to go or chefs purchasing items for their catering, private chefs, or restaurant owners--or the local joe who does not yet know that Organic does not mean more expensive--there are items at all price ranges, just look around, seek and you shall find :)
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Nicholas Morgan
reviewed 7 months ago
upon entering the space, I was confronted with a colorful assortment of what appeared to be fruit, specifically berries, next to apples, and oranges. while I thought that the reds of the berries complimented the bright sunnyness of the oranges, I felt that the addition of apples in the mix drew too much from the color of the berries to stand out on their own, making the whole display a little confused and uninspired. the sound piece in the background was also a little distracting, I believe it was "don't you want me" by the Human league from 1981, just kind of dated the whole piece.
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Jeongwoon Eun
reviewed 2 months ago
I love the space at Bowery Whole Foods. Their seafood selection is huge and it is right next to the produce selection. They also have a huge selection of Whole Body products upstairs and if you feel like having a smoothie the Jamba juice bar is there as well. For the New Yorker's avoid shopping on Sunday it is VERY BUSY. Pro- Upstairs they have couches, tables and chairs and you can order your salad Con- Sometimes it can be crowded on Sundays and in order for you to go to the bathroom you have to enter the bathroom code on your receipt. Annoying!!!
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Mark Pine
reviewed a month ago
It's Whole Foods, how can you give less than five stars? Amazing selection and high quality products. This is one of the coolest Whole Foods I have ever been in.
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Anderson C
reviewed 7 months ago
This is my favorite Whole Foods Store BY FAR. I'm hoping that as people read this review they don't bum rush the store and make it as cramped as the Union Square & Columbus Square location. I like the elbow room. ; ) *** This location is located next to a beer warehouse. WIN & WIN. But you can not bring booze to drink with your meal if you are eating inside Whole Foods. With an array of hot and cold salad/food bar option at about $8 a lb it is not cheap. It is however HEALTHY.*** My favorite store within store is the Bowery Burger located on the first floor (main entrance floor). They make fresh burgers by the order for about $6-$9 a pop depending on which kind of burger(s) you order. The order system requires you to write down the order on sheets like you would find when you go eat Dim Sum and everything is pretty standard. DO NOT FORGET TO WRITE YOUR NAME. Not kidding. The quality of these burgers can compete with Bareburger, Five Guys, 5 Napkins, and yes even Umami Burger. *** Toppings are FREE*** 2nd favorite store, JAMBA JUICE! It is located on the second floor as yes THEY FILL YOUR CUP TO THE TOP AS THEY SHOULD. You won't believe how many Jamba Juice locations don't. ***Guilty pleasure. I sometimes go there with no agenda and just roam. I never leave empty handed. LOVE.
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