All-new H-E-B grocery store in North Texas is open in Frisco in Collin County.
Some shoppers got up right on time and held up in a line that folded over the store before it opened Wednesday at 6 a.m.
The new 118,000-square-foot store is situated at Main Street and Legacy Drive, west of the Dallas North Tollway.
"I realized there would have been a group, yet this is crazy," said Jeffrey Walser, a previous H-E-B representative living in Rockwall.
Individuals who shop there said they love the Texas-themed items, the grill, and the new tortillas.
"The nature of the tortillas, the brownies, the espresso, I was by a woman that drove an hour just to arrive from Sherman," said Kaleesa Johnson.
"They offer something beyond food - home merchandise and anything you want essentially is here," said Janelle Dugas.
H-E-B, as of now, has a couple of stores in North Texas in the Johnson and Ellis provinces. The Frisco store is the principal in the Dallas-Post Worth Metroplex.
The San Antonio-based organization has plans to open different stores in Mansfield, Allen, McKinney,
Plano, Thrive, Rockwall, Forney, and Melissa.
The next store is supposed to open not long from now at Preston Street and Spring River Road in Plano.