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Montrose in Midst of Whole Foods Mania

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Swamplot has a correspondent in the skyscraper near the new Whole Foods at Dallas and Waugh, and they've got this picture from this morning's opening day of business.

Not a parking spot in sight.

We admit we don't really get the Whole Foods thing, but....isn't there another one three minutes' drive away? Do epicurean Montrosians sneer at the prospect of being so close to Kirby that they can't bring themselves to make the trip?

We're sure the new Whole Foods is completely different and new and has all kinds of fascinating, expensive stuff. It just doesn't have enough parking spaces.

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