Industry News | June 12, 2013

Veggie Grill to Open 19th Location

Veggie Grill, the popular West Coast fast-casual restaurant concept that is committed to revolutionizing the way guests eat, talk, and think about vegetarian food, announced that its third Irvine location opens its doors to the public Wednesday, June 12. Located at 3972 Barranca Parkway at the Crossroads shopping center in Irvine, Veggie Grill will serve its craveable favorites seven days a week starting at 11 a.m. To celebrate Veggie Grill’s arrival to the Irvine Crossroads location on June 12, the restaurant will thank the first 50 guests to arrive that day with a $20 Veggie Grill gift card and a chance to enter to win a $250 and $500 Veggie Grill gift card.

 

With the continued guest support of our first two restaurants in Irvine since 2006, we’re excited to serve the market with our newest opening at the popular Irvine Crossroads,” says Greg Dollarhyde, chief energizing officer (CEO) for Veggie Grill.

 

The Irvine Crossroads opening marks the nineteenth Veggie Grill restaurant, four of which are located in Orange County. The menu offers a full range of soups, salads, burgers, hot sandwiches, home-style plates, and desserts all made fresh to order and served up quickly. Everything is plant-based and free of animal fat, dairy, eggs, cholesterol, hormones, trans fats, and high-fructose corn syrup.

 

In addition to its nutritious guest favorites, the restaurant’s new summer menu features an exciting lineup of flavorful dishes, including three taco plates with your choice of “Fish”, Chickin’, or Veggie Steak, a Savory Kale Caesar Salad, and The Grilled Cookie dessert to share at meal’s end.

 

The nearly 3,000 square-foot restaurant located at 3972 Barranca Parkway features modern décor and fast-casual service making it a great choice for a quick business lunch, family dinner, and takeout. For large gatherings at the home, office, or special event, Veggie Grill offers a craveable catering menu with delivery options.

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