Whole Foods Market

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100 S Green Valley Pkwy
Henderson, Nevada, 89012-3111
United States

(702) 361-8183 | map

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Added by Dogbrick on 04-26-2008

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Photo of stevoj
3.15/5  rDev -9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.25 | service: 2.75 | selection: 3.5

Typical Whole Foods. but carried Tenaya Creek's whole line, as well as many other LV breweries. Lots of other SW regionals available as well. My friends stopped for coffee, I bought beer (it was 8:00 am).

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Photo of Trailmix242
3.3/5  rDev -4.6%

Decent selection compared to what you find at most places in Vegas but not super. The brightest note would be their selection of Cantillion beers which compared to Boston extremely reasonably priced. I am not sure if it is just Nevada but I actually found all of the beer prices reasonable and in some cases darn cheap. Other than the Belgian selection there was not a whole lot of hard to find beers here which was a little disappointing since I was hoping to be able to pick up something that is hard to get on the east coast. Will defintely swing by in future while I am out this direction to stock up my hotel fridge though.

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Photo of Dogbrick
3.55/5  rDev +2.6%

This WFM is located in Henderson right off the 215 and is right across the street from Green Valley Ranch. Henderson is only a few miles from the airport. There is a large private lot in front of the store.

The interior looks like just about every other Whole Foods. The beer section is on the right side of the store and they have most of them in coolers both in packs and singles.

The beer selection is decent. There are local/regional beers from Indian Wells, Stone, Grand Teton, New Belgium and others mixed in with common microbrews. There is also a fair selection of imports from Belgium, Germany and the UK. I also noticed a couple taps by one of the cooking stands, which I don't recall seeing at other locations.

Service is what you would expect from a grocery store. Everyone was friendly but nobody went out of their way to offer assistance in the beer aisle. My expecations are lower at a grocer anyway so that was no problem.

Overall this is a worthwhile stop in the Las Vegas area. There are definitely better stores around but this place is definitely worth a visit if you are in the Henderson area.

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Photo of JBogan
3.85/5  rDev +11.3%

Nice location just off the 215 on Green Valley Parkway across from Green Valley Ranch hotel/Casino. Good view of the entire Las Vegas valley from the parking lot.

Beer selection was pretty decent for a market. The usual suspects took up about half the alloted beer space, however there were some nice import selections as well as an end cap section that had a fair selection of Belgians. They also seem to get the seasonal offerings from Sierra Nevada quicker than just about anywhere else in town including Lee's or Khoury's.

Service was not bad. They usually leave you alone, but if you linger for a short while a clerk often comes up to ask if you need help, what type of beers do you like, make a few suggestions, offer to look in the store room to see if there's anything not on the shelves etc, so that was nice.

Overall the prices were in line with everyone else in Vegas. No incredible deals, but no gouging going on here either.

This is not my first stop when buying beer, however if you're in the area it might be worth a quick visit.

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Whole Foods Market in Henderson, NV
3.46 out of 5 based on 4 ratings.
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