NORTH TEXAS – Memorial Day weekend is expected to be one of the busiest travel periods of the year, with 44 million Americans anticipated to hit the roads or skies.
Texas could see 3.6 million travelers this weekend, according to AAA. But if you are staying home and hosting a barbecue, or find yourself in need of some last-minute supplies on Memorial Day, here’s a list of what’s open and what’s closed on the holiday.
North Texas restaurants’ Memorial Day hoursBraum’s – OpenCentral Market – OpenDickey’s BBQ Pit – OpeneatZi’s – Open, but some stores have reduced hoursH-E-B – OpenJason’s Deli – OpenLuby’s – OpenMarket Street – OpenWhataburger – OpenDallas, Fort Worth grocery stores open on Memorial DayAldi – Open, but closing early at 6 p.m.Central Market – OpenFiesta Mart – OpenH-E-B – Open Kroger – OpenSam’s Club – OpenSprouts – OpenTarget – OpenTom Thumb/Albertsons – OpenTrader Joe’s – OpenWalmart – OpenWhole Foods – Open, but prepared Foods, taprooms, eateries and venue hours may varyCoffee shops open on Memorial Day in DFWDunkin’ – OpenDutch Bros – OpenStarbucks – Most will be openGovernment offices, post offices and banks will all be closed on Memorial Day. FedEx locations and UPS Stores are also closed on Monday.

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