The Grocery Store Reinvented as a Happy Hour Scene

Check out this nice feature from the Seattle Times on our client Whole Foods Market and their happy hours at the Westlake location.

Our happy-hour pick this week takes us past the rows of grocery carts, by the lily bunches in the floral station, not far from the organic Pink Lady apples in the produce aisle ($1.99 per pound, by the way). Yeah, we threw a few back at Whole Foods Market in Westlake recently.

The piece does a good job of capturing how a grocery store is able to reinvent itself as a different type of dining scene for its customers - or even for those who might not usually visit the location, but now have a new incentive to do so.