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What's open and what's closed in Dallas, Fort Worth on the Fourth of July

Millions of Texans expected to travel for Fourth of July week
Millions of Texans expected to travel for Fourth of July week 02:02

NORTH TEXAS – More than 5.6 million Texans are expected to be traveling for the Fourth of July holiday, according to AAA, which is a new record. But if you are staying home and hosting a barbecue, or find yourself in need of some last-minute supplies on Independence Day, here's a list of what's open and what's closed on the holiday.

North Texas restaurants' hours on July 4 

  • Braum's – Open
  • Dickey's BBQ Pit – Open
  • eatZi's – Fort Worth and Grapevine locations closed, others have modified hours
  • Jason's Deli – Open, hours may vary
  • Luby's – Open
  • Whataburger – Open

Dallas, Fort Worth grocery store hours on July 4

  • Aldi – Open, but closing early at 4 p.m.
  • Central Market – Open
  • Fiesta Mart – Open
  • H-E-B – Open
  • Kroger – Open
  • Costco – Closed
  • Sam's Club – Open
  • Sprouts – Open
  • Target – Open
  • Tom Thumb/Albertsons - Open
  • Trader Joe's – Open but closing early at 5 p.m.
  • Walmart – Open 
  • Whole Foods – Open, but closing early at 6 p.m.

Coffee shops open on July 4 in DFW

  • Dunkin' – Open
  • Dutch Bros – Open
  • Starbucks – Open

Government offices, post offices and banks will all be closed on July 4th. FedEx locations and UPS Stores are also closed on Thursday.

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