The Whole Foods Market located at 3670 W Dublin Granville Rd in Columbus will soon undergo renovations, according to a recent permit filing. The permit details work to include remodeling numerous areas of the store, including the restaurant areas of the market. The total cost of the remodeling work is projected at $285,000, according to the permit details.
The Dublin Granville Road location has a full service coffee shop called WFM Coffee Bar and a restaurant inside called The Local, which serves pub style food, weekend brunch, draft beer and wines by the glass. The store also features Dublin Pizza, a pizza venue that sells whole pies and pizza by the slice.
What Now Columbus reached out to a representative with the market for more details on the renovations, but didn’t receive an immediate response.
According to its website, the grocery store chain started in Austin, Texas in 1980 and has grown to over 500 stores located throughout North America and the UK. There are three Whole Foods Market locations in Columbus, located in the Dublin, Easton and Upper Arlington areas.
The grocery store chain is known for selling organic and natural foods and most stores typically feature a deli, bakery and self-serve area that serves ready to eat hot and cold foods such as soups, entrees and salads. Many locations feature in-store seating so shoppers can enjoy the prepared foods on site, as well as restaurants and coffee or juice bars located within the market.