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Gallery: Dining options abound at Whole Foods Bryant Park

Whole Foods Market’s new Bryant Park store in New York puts special emphasis on culinary offerings from recognizable city chefs and producers.

“We couldn’t be more proud of how our team and vendor partners have continued to innovate our offerings here in New York City,” said Christina Minardi, president of Whole Foods Market’s Northeast Region, in a statement. “Our culinary team has worked tirelessly to ensure this store is a premier dining destination that meets the needs of all the residents, office workers, daily commuters, and tourists who walk through our doors.”

The 43,000-square-foot-store also offers convenient touches like the News Agency, a coffee and juice bar with breakfast offerings that caters to morning commuters, a produce butcher who slices and dices fruits and veggies and quick service kiosks for food orders including Italian sandwiches, Nosh Jewish-style sandwiches, Hot Chicken Nashville-Style spicy fried chicken and Indian-inspired Indie Bowls created in partnership with chef Hari Nayak.

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