There's a new Whole Foods Market opening up in Denver next month, but the store's customers will be able to get a different kind of shopping experience out of it that'll involve all the mac and cheese that their hearts desire.
According to The Denver Post, the brand new location will open its doors at Denver's Union Station on Nov. 15. In it, shoppers will find a four-foot wide mac and cheese bar that'll serve the dish in several different varieties including "pulled pork BBQ mac and cheese, roasted tomato mac and cheese, and vegan mac and cheese." And there will obviously also be classic mac and cheese for the folks who wish not to overdo it, though you're probably way past the point of overdoing it once you end up in a mac and cheese bar in the first place.
As part of its "Friends of Whole Foods" campaign, the brand new Whole Foods will also be home to a few other restaurant vendors who, though they aren't serving up mac and cheese, are serving dishes that sound just as delicious. Inside the 50,000 square-foot building, customers will also find restaurants like Birdcall, which sells fried chicken sandwiches and milkshakes, Allegro Coffee Roasters, and Tel Aviv Street Food, which sells Middle Eastern cuisine such as falafel and shawarma.
With perks like that, we definitely wouldn't judge you if you booked a flight to Denver to get all the chicken and mac and cheese you could ever want ASAP.
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