What can you say about Whole Foods? The selection is great. The food is perfect. You don't even have to worry about your inability to select a perfectly ripe peach or plum -- all of the peaches and plums here are in that precious stage that lasts just a few days where they are perfectly sweet and ripe. The only issue with this Whole Foods is the crowds. When the supermarket came to this neighborhood abutting Logan Circle and the edge of Dupont Circle, residents were overjoyed. It meant that their neighborhood once known for the availability of ladies of the evening had now officially crossed into the realm of gentrification (that and the opening of a Starbucks just across the street). What this also meant was that everyone - I mean EVERYONE - would want a taste of this store, especially, say, around 7 p.m. in the evening. That's when you can hardly tiptoe down an aisle without someone jostling in front of you to grab a loaf of bread. And despite the hustling of the cashiers, the lines are long. Shop here for the quality, but do some relaxation aromatherapy before you come.