Can you stop by Whole Foods on Thanksgiving?
They finally did it. They killed the turkey. They killed it but good. This is what happens when people try to cook turkeys in deep friars, dead birds. Well, re-dead birds, I guess. Sure, some of it is cooked and it probably tastes pretty good, but the friar is in pieces and the cooked portions of the turkey are now on your neighbor’s house. The Thanksgiving holiday is in trouble and you now need to save it. Off to Whole Foods you go.
The only problem is, you don’t know if it’s open. Most grocers are ironically closed on Thanksgiving, the biggest cooking holiday of the year, so if you make a monumental mistake like over-cooking or under-cooking, or somehow under and over-cooking something; you’re probably screwed.
The only hope you have is dashing to a nearby grocer and hoping that they’re open. So if you have a Whole Foods nearby, you may or may not be in look.
Whole Foods Thanksgiving hours 2021
Did your relatives blow up the bird? Maybe they mashed the stuffing and baked the potatoes, while accidentally turning the pies into hats for the family dogs. You’re going to need to act quickly to salvage the holiday and thankfully, you may be in luck.
Whole Foods, for the most part, are in fact open on Thanksgiving. The stores aren’t going to be open late, around late afternoon-early evening at best. So if you’re intending on ruining Thanksgiving dinner by accident, you better do so before 3 p.m. in most states or you’re going to be fully out of luck.
Be sure to look up the times in which your stores close, as all of them in the United States will have modified hours but not every store is guaranteed to close at the same time.