Whole Foods Market

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  • Website:www.wholefoodsmarket.com
  • Address:929 South St, Philadelphia
  • Phone:(215) 733-9788
  • Opening Hours Today: 07:00-22:00
  • Monday: 07:00-22:00
  • Tuesday: 07:00-22:00
  • Wednesday: 07:00-22:00
  • Thursday: 07:00-22:00
  • Friday: 07:00-22:00
  • Saturday: 07:00-22:00
  • Sunday: close
  • Website:www.wholefoodsmarket.com
  • Address:2101 Hamilton St, Philadelphia
  • Phone:(215) 557-0015
  • Opening Hours Today: 07:00-23:00
  • Monday: 07:00-23:00
  • Tuesday: 07:00-23:00
  • Wednesday: 07:00-23:00
  • Thursday: 07:00-23:00
  • Friday: 07:00-23:00
  • Saturday: 07:00-23:00
  • Sunday: close

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Cheryl Bartlette: 04/30/2017 00:48

Healthy food options. Fresh baked goods. A vast array of hot food items for carry out

Kia B: 04/26/2017 21:28

Awesome spot for wholesome goods. Friendly staff. Some staff is quite knowledgeable. One of the chefs is pretty awesome. Actually, all the cooks/bakers are pretty goodat what they do.

Diego saenz: 04/25/2017 18:58

It's kinda crowded especially on Sundays but if you're into it it's a very nice city-feel vibe. Narrow aisles lots of people. Almost feels like an outdoor farmers market.

Roweena D'Souza: 04/08/2017 20:30

This store is massive unlike the one I was used to back in SF. Whole foods is my go to store for certain specific items like baked goods and Indian frozen food so I'm glad this store carries those. The prepared foods selection is awesome too. Highly recommended the clam chowder and butternut squash soup. Great place to hangout too with ample seating and food/ juice bar, coffee options all within the store.

Barb Graziano: 03/29/2017 19:43

I Really like this Whole Foods store. They have a good produce dept, which is usually well stocked, and their Meat and Fish have been Very Very good. The store is smaller than other WF stores, but there is a good selection of merchandise. The one bad thing that Whole Foods Corp did was make the Bakery open air, which has caused the bread to be steal and touched by many hands. I've not been able to get fresh baked bread since the change.

Nia Daye: 02/20/2017 19:03

Much bigger than the old store. The hot bar options are great (really use it on "Meatless Mondays"). They have a few different restaurants in there. They now sell wine! Which is a plus since I don't drink beer and they only had beer before. Whole Foods overall is a little pricey, but they tend to have good sales/deals that come out sometimes. Good location, good options, would recommend

Courtney P: 02/02/2017 19:12

Such an upgrade over the previous Callowhill location. The design and layout of the store is inviting with tons of added products for purchase. The meat and seafood sections of Whole Foods is always a higher quality than other stores. The prices here, though, are very high overall (only down point). Staff are friendly and helpful and the atmosphere is great. I enjoy shopping here, which is unusual for me. There is PARKING!! And honestly compared to other places in Center City, the parking is extensive, in a free garage under the building.

mike iveson: 01/23/2017 22:11

Great seafood department. The mongers here really want to help! The store itself is small and has some unique properties. Like the customer base. The prepared foods here are pretty good. It's all around a decent spot to get groceries.

Monique Simon: 01/15/2017 06:40

Shopping here is fun for me, I just have to find a time when it's not crowded so that I can enjoy every part of the store. Really, the best market I've ever been too. The food stations, the soap bar, the juice shop, the mini restaurants - just an overall unique and diverse market. I don't work far so I also come for lunch.

Eric Lautzenheiser: 12/28/2016 22:26

In comparison to the "old Callowhill location" the food remains of substantive quality, and is priced accordingly. The new location has a far more substantive array of goodies, which on some days, is a good thing. The store is laid out with an interesting collision of geometries that makes easy navigation a challenge.... The parking lot is a functional disaster when more than three cars are trying to navigate it, and it was clearly laid out by someone who has no understanding of the reality that doing a 270 degree turn from the main drive is a challenge, and that the challenge can be extended by using the drive for Christmas Trees during the season.. What has not changed is the relative indifference of staff, who seem to take some form of perverse pleasure in restocking the shelves during peak shopping times. On average, I can assume that at least two aisles will be blocked by a staff member determinedly ignoring traffic movement while blocking aisles with pallets and carts. Staff at the various service counters are moderately helpful when I turn my "magic ghost" trick off and can be seen, sort of, maybe, and then there may be some sort of moderate adherence to serving whomever is first, fifth or tenth in line. Checkout staff vary from being efficient and courteous to being surly when I do not know the price of selected items (isn't that their job?) Better than the Main Line Whole Foods or South Street? On a busy day, the difference in parking at either of the other two locations is immeasurably better. Staff attentiveness and courtesy? They apparently all go to through a graduate program in sustained indifference.