Duckweed Urban Grocery’s massive new Westshore Marina District location is now open

This is the health conscious grocery store’s third location to open around Tampa.

click to enlarge Duckweed Urban Grocery’s massive new Westshore Marina District location is now open
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Duckweed Urban Grocery’s new location—a 3,000 square foot space in the Westshore Marina District—is now open at 5212 Bridge St.

Duckweed is calling the district’s new retail center Marina Landings home, and is situated amongst Cru Cellars, Qwench Juice Bar and Sand Surf Co.

This is the health conscious grocery store’s third location to open around Tampa in the nine years since its first location sprouted up next to The Hub at 305 E. Polk St. That location has since moved to the first floor of the Element apartments at 803 N. Tampa St., and its second location resides at 111 12th St. in Channelside.

The Westshore spot has beer and wine available already, and soon you’ll have access to liquor and all the essentials that Farmacy Vegan Kitchen + Bakery has to offer in-store.

You can follow the grocer’s Instagram for all the latest updates.

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