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First N.H. Whole Foods includes pub restaurant

First N.H. Whole Foods includes pub restaurant

A new Whole Foods Market store located in Nashua, N.H. — the retailer’s first in the state — also features its first in-store restaurant in the North Atlantic region.

J.Bartlett’s Public House is a pub-style restaurant with a menu that includes pizza, salads and sushi, as well as 32 beers on tap and wine by the glass. The restaurant seats 50.

The Nashua store also has a pizza oven, with a dedicated phone line for placing orders, and an Ole Hickory smoker for making brisket and other smoked dishes.

A cafe seating area makes use of reclaimed church pews.

“As a Nashua resident myself, I know how long New Hampshire residents have been waiting for a Whole Foods Market to open in our state,” Philip Devito, store team leader, said in a statement. “We’ve designed a store unlike any other in our region, and we are so excited to begin serving this community.”

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