The plan for two local Whole Foods Markets to become your new neighborhood dining and drinking destination is rapidly moving forward. As first revealed, their Henderson and Town Square branches will soon debut in-house restaurants and bars in the hopes of attracting new customers and extending customer loyalty.
Both are hiring for all positions, with Sprocket in Henderson already pulling back the plywood for an imminent debut. The restaurant and bar will be open for lunch and dinner.
Over at Town Square, the concept will be named Viva and promises to become your "new neighborhood bar." The 50,351-square-foot grocery store is undergoing an estimated $1.4 million in construction upgrades that will also debut a new coffee and juice bar very soon.
Menus and an opening date for both locations have yet to be announced.