Whole Foods Market opened a new store in Fairfax, Va., that houses five separate restaurants, as well as it's expected grocery offerings.

Within the 65,000-square-foot store are restaurants offering seafood, sandwiches, barbecue and sushi. There are also spots for Italian and Asian cuisine. Each restaurant seats 40 people as well as counter service during the week, with table service on the weekend.

The store's other features (similar other stores, but with a new twist), include a wine bar with samplings, and children's meals for a reduced price around $5.

This is the second such store. The flagship store in Whole Foods' backyard of Austin, Texas, already had in-store restaurants.

Source: Whole Foods, Meatingplace.com