Whole Foods Market

Row 1

1101 S. Canal St (btwn Roosevelt & Taylor St)
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 435-4600
Grocery Store, Deli / Bodega, Health Food Store
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Affectionally known as "Whole Check"
  • The fruit is overpriced but the basics and bulk items like black rice, Touboule or spinach are a really good value !
  • The 365 brand is very affordable!
  • Wait until they bring the food out fresh for the hot bar people eat off the bar all day
  • Check out the vegan selections at the new Detox Bar. Lots of raw goodness.
  • I usually grab a slice of pizza and eat it while shopping. The crowds are less stressful when I have a slice of vegan pizza in my hand.
  • Wow, the soups & hot food bar looked awful here. Completely unappetizing! What is going on?
  • Gaming apparels and celebrity clothings.
  • Read labels on freshly made items, I purchased a breakfast parfait only to find that it was spoiled because someone accidentally put them out. I'm disappointed in this Whole Foods North ave is better
  • Many deli & dessert items go 2 for $6 near closing time :)
  • Pizza slices 2 for $5 every Friday! If you're hungry and doesn't want to wait, grab 2 slices and a pop. Take the express counter and you're good to go :)
  • When making your own pizza try the Soy cheese! tasty
  • Its getting real in the Whole Foods parking lot. Lol
  • This location is almost as nice as the one on North Ave, but with Marshall's, DSW, World Market and LA Fitness in the same location, it's GREAT!
  • I like to go early on Sunday mornings. You may just see Top Chef winners shopping for restaurant goodness.
  • Dave in the beer/wine section is hands down the most knowledgeable, helpful and fun employee I have ever asked about beer, anywhere. Hit him up if you want to try something new!
  • Skip the food bar and visit the boys in the meat section. They make the best pulled pork sandwich.
  • Great chicken pizza!
  • This place is enormous!
  • The build your own burrito bar just opened up and they offer beyond meat. I gotta say, it's pretty tasty, although they probably could stand to cook it a little less.