H-E-B has announced the official launch date of its newest Frisco store.
The popular Texas grocery chain has had local residents fervently anticipating the launch of the flagship store in Frisco, which H-E-B said will open at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, September 21, 2022.
Located at 4800 Main St., Frisco’s upcoming H-E-B will be hard to miss for local commuters traversing the Dallas North Tollway near Legacy Drive. The store takes up 111,000 square feet and sits on 2.5 acres of real estate.
The store will feature an H-E-B Pharmacy and a True Texas BBQ restaurant, each with drive-thru capabilities, according to the San Antonio-based grocery chain.
In July, H-E-B held a 700-person job fair to fill the various in-store positions, as reported by The Dallas Express.
Resident Zach Brooks is excited about the Frisco store and believes an H-E-B has been long overdue in North Texas.
“I’m most excited about the bulk selection of foods they have, as well as their department of specialty treats and prepared food section,” Brooks told The Dallas Express. “Plus, they are always clean and stocked with everything you could need.”
For customers who want to start their grocery shopping a little early, H-E-B will offer curbside-pickup scheduling for orders beginning at 1 a.m. on Monday, September 19. Customers who participate in early scheduling that Monday will get to pick up their order on opening day, Wednesday.
H-E-B’s Frisco location will be the first of many expected to open across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. H-E-B stores that are currently under construction include:
- Allen – E. Exchange Parkway and N. Greenville Avenue
- McKinney – Custer Road and Eldorado Parkway
- Plano – Spring Creek Parkway and Preston Road
- Prosper – Frontier Parkway and the Dallas North Tollway
- Rockwall – I-30 and John King Boulevard
- Forney – F.M. 548 and F.M. 1641
- Melissa – U.S. Hwy. 75 and Texas 121 (next to Buc-ee’s)
- Mansfield – U.S. 287 and East Broad Street
H-E-B currently has around 340 stores and employs nearly 100,000 individuals. North Texas cities that already have an open H-E-B include Burleson, Waxahachie, and Cleburne.