Whole Foods Tysons Enormous Flagship Store Opens at The Boro

by Lizzy Conroy
November 1, 2019

Whole Foods Market has opened its Flagship store at The Boro Tysons.  This elaborate, ambitious shopping and dining experience is ready for your taste-testing!

The 70,000 square foot store, the largest on the East Coast, boasts a food hall with superb local business, and High Point, the in-store pub and a game room. 

The immense shopping and dining experience will include:

Full service butcher department

In-house bakery offers breads, cakes, seasonally-inspired offerings and vegan and special diet

JRINK, Juice bar of superfood smoothies and herbal blends

Full-service Allegro coffee and tea bar 

Self-serve pineapple coring machine

House-made tandoori Indian Cuisine

Full service deli for charcuterie

Officina - eatery offering modern Italian founded by Michelin Star Chef Nicholas Stefanelli 

Genji Izakaya - Features sushi, poke, dumplings, ramen bowls, including a new spicy "angry chicken ramen."

Curiosity Doughnuts - Daily-made flavor obsessed doughnuts

Rappahannock Oyster Co - Virginia-based, Signature crab cakes and Barcat Oyster Chowder, and the "Rapp Burger"

Whole Foods offers locally sourced foods, natural and organic grocery and grab-and-go prepared foods that meet Whole Foods excellent quality standards. 

Amazon Prime members have access to a number of benefits including discounts and an additional 10% off hundreds of in-store items. 

On Thursday, November 7th, the store will donate 5% of net sales to Food for Others distributing food to neighbors in need.  From opening day through the end of 2019, donations from Whole Foods Market's bag credit program will go to Fairfax Casa, which works on rights of children entering the juvenile court system.  The bag credit program gives customers a credit if they bring their own shopping bags.

Whole Foods Tysons is located in The Boro at 1635 Boro Place, Tysons.  Hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. 


Lizzy Conroy is a Partner of HBC Group. She has served as a real estate professional since 2009 and has worked with hundreds of clients. Lizzy graduated from Georgetown University with a B.A. in Economics and has served in a number of professional capacities in the Washington, DC area – first with the international trade group of Hogan Lovells, then as a marketing manager with MicroStrategy of McLean, VA. She also held business development positions with Kalmia Construction, a Maryland-based commercial construction company, and Newmark Knight Frank, a commercial real estate firm.
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