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Old 04-06-2012, 03:57 PM
 
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I'm pretty sure that Kroger bought out Wyatt's grocery stores many years ago. I don't know of any Wyatt's cafeterias left either, at least in the Dallas area. The one at Northpark closed probably 10 years ago.
You are right, I just googled Wyatt's and it looks like they are all gone.
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Old 04-08-2012, 03:50 AM
 
Location: Dallas, TX
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Out of curiosity I looked at their store locator, and Longview doesn't have an HEB. So maybe it could happen there. I was surprised as that's a decent sized town.
No, but there's one not so far away in Carthage. I was taken there often as a kid. They compete with Brookshire's in that town. It's been many years since I've been to HEB, though I don't remember it being anything special, at least not since they stopped renting NES games. They did have Megaman 1 which was a rare treasure. Brookshire's had some good games too though like Ninja Gaiden. What were we talking about again?
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Old 04-08-2012, 11:32 AM
 
Location: Midland/Dallas
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I'm something like an 11th or 12th generation Texan... grandfather many generations ago was second president of the Republic of Texas. I lived in Texas until I was around 28 years old.

I didn't even know what an HEB was until a few years ago, but still haven't been to one. I grew up in Dallas (Park Cities & M-Streets).

Now I live in an area of Oregon where no one has heard of Whole Foods Market. (!@#$@!) How is that even possible?
Impressive,

I'm a 4th generation Texan and my experience with HEB is about 15yrs, about the time they built ours.

Anyhow, That's funny that they never heard of a Whole Foods in Oragon when you think about it.
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