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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Andreji:
3.85/5 rDev +12.9%
A bit less of a selection than wild oats. the place really doesn't focus on beer, but it was a nice thing to visit considering their selection is thus not focused on your average crap macro (from what I remember seeing....oh maybe I just ignored the macros. well don't we all...).
The service is good as in general it is when I visit the US of A so no complaints from that side, although regarding beer specifically there ain't really much to say in that regard- it's a big market. not much interaction.
The selection, as I said, wasn't all that broad but hey, can't say it wasn't decent micro stuff from the states, canada and some spare brews from [further] abroad. not very well displayed tho, a bit of a downside as you have to fish in there.
04-18-2005 17:06:25 | More by Andreji
More User Reviews:
3.1/5 rDev -9.1%
Head on in and hang a left. The beer is back left corner passed the deli counter. You will find a cold case on both sides of the split aisle. Singles and six packs are available. They have among others Cigar City, Dogfish, Southern Tier, St Bernardus, Chimay, Stone etc. A real solid selection.
One aisle over nearer the mid front you will find a selection of six packs (non cold) and singles including bombers. They had some nice selections as well (including Creme Brulee just out).
The food is excellent here if your in it looking for brew hit their deli counter. Great selection of prepared foods and sandwiches etc.
Its not as good as some Whole Foods with the selection (Tampa Whole foods is awesome) but its solid. Worth a stop but the Total Wine 10 minutes away has a much much better selection.
07-22-2011 02:11:21 | More by GallowsThief
3.1/5 rDev -9.1%
Stopped by here while visiting an friend. Wanted to pick up a couple beers that I can't find in South Carolina. Grabbed a 4 pack of Old Rasputin Imperial Stout by North Coast, 4 pack of ERBoch, and a single Brown Shugga by Lagunitas. Decent selection overall but I've seen alot better in other Whole Foods. Not to much emphasis on beer at this store. I spoke to one of the managers and asked for some St. Somewhere and was told " It aint here". On the plus side, prices were very reasonable compared to what I'm used to paying.
01-02-2009 18:22:41 | More by kiawahisland
3.7/5 rDev +8.5%
Whole foods is a supermarket specializing in whole natural and organic foods as the name suggests. In the back corner to my surprise, they feature a pretty display of craft beer. They have a pretty nice selection of single bottle Belgians and other imports on the shelves as well as many domestic craft beer sixers in the coolers as well. I am going to have to go back in when I have more time to browse as there were many beers I have never seen before. This place is usually pretty packed and the isles are pretty narrow creating a sort of claustrophobia but it has a decent selection of craft beers. Worth a stop if you are in the area.
11-14-2008 14:52:00 | More by cjgator3
3.45/5 rDev +1.2%
Stopped here after our visit to the Florida Tap Room in Ft. Lauderdale. Easy to find on US, a short drive from the downtown and beaches.
The selection looked fresh and was very much like the one in Orlando. Rogues, Lefthand, Ommegang, Hitachino, Lost Coast, and the usual small sampling of Belgians lead the list. Everything is clean, neat and well organized. It was a quick in and out, and I didn't ask questions of the staff. I picked up a Tabernash Ginger and a Rogue Morimoto, that I have not seen here before.
Nothing spectacular, but a decent place to find beer in Ft. Lauderdale. There is also Wine and Spirits Cellar, and a Wild Oats Natural food mart right around the corner on E. Sunrise. They were both closed by the time I went by, so there might be some beers there too.
02-25-2004 11:29:58 | More by StevieW
Whole Foods Market in Fort Lauderdale, FL
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.