Monday, December 16, 2013

Ten Things to Know About Gowanus Whole Foods Opening in Brooklyn Tuesday

Whole Foods is opening in Gowanus Tuesday morning (tomorrow!) and here are 10 things you need to know before you go:

- The gargantuan new market is located at 214 3rd street in Gowanus at the corner of 3rd Avenue, not far from the R train (get out at Union St/4th Ave). The G and F trains aren't too far, either.

- A 'simple bread breaking' ceremony takes place at 8:30 am, with doors opening at 9 am. The first 250 people in attendance will receive a free tote bag.

- Deep discounts all day Tuesday, including 6 - 8' Fraser fir holiday Christmas trees 50% OFF at $24.99/each, regularly $49.99/each.

- You can come in and shop, but why carry groceries home? Let your cashier know you'd like home delivery at check out.

- You can order your groceries online tonight at the e-store and pick them up after they open tomorrow.

- The Brooklyn store carries products from many local small vendors: Brooklyn-made ice cream, yogurt, pies, rice & miso, cupcakes, mayo, coffee, scones, granola, etc.

- YUJI Ramen!

- The Roof, a rooftop taproom & bar, will carry 16 beers on tap, plus canned and bottled brews and local Brooklyn food.

- You'll be able to drink & draw with Gowanus Open Studios/Arts Gowanus up there, too.

- If you are looking for less-expensive items, you can take a 'value tour.'

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Anonymous said...

You know, they're called Christmas trees. Not holiday trees.

mcbrooklyn said...

You are so right. That one slipped right by us, but it has been rectified.

Anonymous said...

Will they be clocking CO2 emissions for those deliveries, or will someone be pushing carts uphill to the Slope and over the bridge to CG?

How about a new Christmas Sing to go with that slay (cart) ride?

mcbrooklyn said...

Hahaha... Anybody go yet?