At the new Whole Foods in Southeast, you can have a drink and shop

A not-so-typical Whole Foods Market is making its way to Southeast D.C.

The 35,000-square-foot South Capitol Hill store at 101 H St. SE features in-store dining and beverage venues, including Philly Wing Fry, Kaz Sushi Bistro and SoCap Wine Bar & Pub, which will offer 16 wines by the glass and 12 beers on tap.

This will be Kaz Sushi’s second D.C. location. Philly Wing Fry is a concept from “Top Chef” alum Kwame Onwuachi, who opened Kith and Kin within the InterContinental Hotel at The Wharf. The Whole Foods location also contains self-serve coffee and juice bars.

“Whole Foods Market is really focused on being a culinary destination for our customers and that means not only providing them a place to buy groceries but also dining and a place to have a cocktail or sit down and do work,” said Heather McCready, public relations coordinator for Whole Foods Market.

The District’s currently fifth Whole Foods location (with the Glover Park location now closed) will offer a selection of grab-and-go…

Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.

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