GUIDE: Know when and where to grocery shop in Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village during the pandemic

Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village grocery stores are finding ways to supply the community with groceries while preventing the spread of the coronavirus. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village grocery stores are finding ways to supply the community with groceries while preventing the spread of the coronavirus. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village grocery stores are finding ways to supply the community with groceries while preventing the spread of the coronavirus. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village grocery stores are finding ways to offer food to everyone while also attempting to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Innovations include online ordering, curbside pickup, direct delivery and senior hours.

Here is an interactive map with updated hours and other details on local grocery stores. This list is not comprehensive, but it will be updated regularly.

To alert our news staff about potential updates, email lfhnews@communityimpact.com.



ALDI


1585 W Main St, Lewisville

855-955-2534

COVID-19 Special Hours: 9am - 7pm

Senior Hours: 8:30 9:30am Tue & Thur

Delivery via Instacart

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup

El Rancho Supermercado

701 S Stemmons Fwy #150, Lewisville

972-221-9206

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 10pm

Senior Hours: None

India Bazaar

2151 S Edmonds Ln, Lewisville

972-312-0114

COVID-19 Special Hours: 10am - 9pm

Senior Hours: 10am - 11am Mon & Tue

Online Ordering, Direct Delivery

Indopak Supermarket

297 W Round Grove Rd, Lewisville

972-906-2980

COVID-19 Special Hours: 10am - 10pm

Senior Hours: None

Kabayan Filipino Store and Cafe

2305 S State Hwy 121 #165, Lewisville

972-798-3030

COVID-19 Special Hours: 11am - 7pm

Senior Hours: None

Kroger

1101 Flower Mound Rd, Flower Mound

469-671-5770

COVID-19 Special Hours: 6am - 1am

Senior Hours: 6am-7:30am Tues, Thur, Sat

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Kroger

2709 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound

972-355-0997

COVID-19 Special Hours: 6am - 1am

Senior Hours: 6am-7:30am Tues, Thur, Sat

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Kroger Marketplace

4620 TX-121, Lewisville

469-535-2479

COVID-19 Special Hours: 6am - 1am

Senior Hours: 6am-7:30am Tues, Thur, Sat

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Market Street

3800 Long Prairie Rd, Flower Mound

972-355-4007

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 9pm

Senior Hours: 6am-9am Mon & Thur

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Sprouts Farmers Market

2301 Cross Timbers Rd #200, Flower Mound

972-874-7380

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 8pm

Senior Hours: None

Delivery via Instacart

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup

Terry's Supermarket

1019 Fox Ave, Lewisville

972-888-8888

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 11pm

Senior Hours: None

Tharkari Indian Grocery

3317 Long Prairie Rd, Flower Mound

972-355-2611

COVID-19 Special Hours: 10am - 8pm

Senior Hours: None

Tom Thumb

1075 W, FM3040, Lewisville

214-488-3060

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 10pm

Senior Hours: 7am - 9am Tues & Thur

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Tom Thumb

4301 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound

972-691-2084

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 10pm

Senior Hours: 7am - 9am Tues & Thur

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Tom Thumb

2301 Justin Rd, Flower Mound

972-539-2366

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 10pm

Senior Hours: 7am - 9am Tues & Thur

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Tom Thumb

745 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound

972-539-6828

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 10pm

Senior Hours: 7am - 9am Tues & Thur

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Walmart Grocery Pickup

801 W Main St, Lewisville

972-439-7040

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 8:30pm

Senior Hours: 6am - 7am Tues

Pharmacy & Vision Center open for Senior hour

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Walmart Neighborhood Market

1515 Justin Rd, Lewisville

972-966-6215

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 8:30pm

Senior Hours: 6am - 7am Tues

Pharmacy & Vision Center open for Senior hour

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Walmart Neighborhood Market

2800 Flower Mound Rd, Flower Mound

972-538-0355

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 8:30pm

Senior Hours: 6am - 7am Tues

Pharmacy & Vision Center open for Senior hour

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Walmart Supercenter

3060 Justin Rd, Highland Village

972-317-4951

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 8:30pm

Senior Hours: 6am - 7am Tues

Pharmacy & Vision Center open for Senior hour

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

Whole Foods Market

4041 Waller Creek, Highland Village

972-538-9710

COVID-19 Special Hours: 8am - 8pm

Senior Hours: 7am - 8am

Online Ordering, Curbside Pickup, Direct Delivery

WinCo Foods

1288 W Main St, Lewisville

469-645-1669

COVID-19 Special Hours: 7am - 10pm

Senior Hours: 6am - 7:30am Tue & Thur

Zion Market

2405 S Stemmons Fwy, Lewisville

469-637-0070

COVID-19 Special Hours: 10am - 8pm

Senior Hours: None
By Anna Herod
Anna Herod covers local government, education, business and the environment as the editor of Community Impact Newspaper's Lewisville/Flower Mound/Highland Village edition. In the past, Anna served as the reporter for Community Impact's San Marcos/Buda/Kyle paper. Her bylines have appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, Hays Free Press and The Burleson Star. She is a graduate of Texas State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


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