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Austin's Snap Kitchen Adds Outpost in Richardson's New Whole Foods Market

The store will also feature a bar with beer and wine and a BYO taco bar

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Richardson's newly unveiled Whole Foods Market features a Snap Kitchen counter. Guide Live reports, the grocer's new location will also feature a build-your-own taco bar confusingly named tacos y mas (no not that one) and a Tap Room bar with 16 beers, wine, and growler fills.

According to The Dallas Morning News, Whole Foods and the healthy eating concept Snap Kitchen recently forged the partnership and did a test-run in a Chicago store before bringing the counters to Texas. The CityLine store's Snap bar will be staffed by a single employee serving quick, fresh meals. Snap Kitchen counters are also destined for the Whole Foods store Park Lane. Austin-based Snap Kitchen has been on an expansion kick over the past several years, launching multiple outlets in Chicago and Philadelphia. The chain already operates several locations around Dallas.