Denver moms and dads are about to be the envy of parents everywhere. The reason? Whole Foods Market is set to open a Union Station location on Nov. 15th that will feature the world's best invention (or soemthing close): a mac and cheese bar. As if we needed another reason to fangirl over the health-conscious supermarket chain.
In addition to the mac and cheese bar, the new location will feature three local restaurants, a poke bar, and a 100-pound tower of cheese. According to theknow.denverpost.com, the restaurants, which include Birdcall, Allegro Coffee Roasters, and Tel Aviv Street Food by the U Baron Group, are all part of the "Friends of Whole Foods Market" campaign.
Is anyone else ready to relocate to Denver? And can we start a petition for mac and cheese equality among all Whole Foods Market locations?