This morning, Whole Foods Park City doubles it’s presence by opening a flagship market for Utah. Welcoming all shoppers, Whole Foods, now located on Landmark Drive, across from Trio Cafe, opens it’s doors to a whole new shopping experience. The first 2,000 people will receive a reusable Whole Foods bag designed by local artist Cheech Minniear, winner of the reusable bag art contest, free product while supplies last, local gift cards and baskets from Whole Foods amazing local partners.
Whole Foods brings a culinary destination for food lovers of all stripes and features and expansive offering of organic, specialty and healthfully decadent fast casual dining options for locals and visitors alike at their new 43,000 square foot location.
A first for a Whole Foods Market in Utah is the Silver Mine Taproom, featuring an expansive menu of artisan food, plus a rotating tap of 24 local and hard-to-find beers. In addition, the store will feature a cellar selection of bottled beer and wine by the glass.
As a “Friend of Whole Foods,” Ritual Drinking Chocolate and Coffee Bar will offer its famous handcrafted small-batch drinking chocolates. This cozy café features bean-to-bar chocolate, a chocolatier making truffles onsite; a full service coffee bar with nitro brew coffee and a selection of artisan toasts featuring local ingredients.
Ritual Chocolate handcrafts small batch, bean-to-bar chocolate using classic European methods with a modern American style. Founded in 2010 by Robbie Stout and Anna Davies, their mission is to produce exceptional quality chocolate while celebrating the complexity of the cacao bean.
In addition to an immensely expanded fast casual and grab and go selection of prepared foods, Genji Sushi offers a variety of specialty rolls including those made with brown or whole-grain rice and prepared fresh onsite. Launching for the first time in Utah, Genji offers an expanded Karaage chicken menu choices and fresh-made ramen bowls.
This is just a quick peek of what the new Whole Foods has to offer the Park City market. Stay tuned to our blog to find out about the Whole Foods culture and new offerings to Park City locals and visitors.