Industry News | July 14, 2015

fresh&co Comes to Greenwich Village

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Health-minded, chef-inspired restaurant concept, fresh&co, is announcing it will open its 13th location on Wednesday, July 15, in New York City’s Greenwich Village neighborhood.
Like its twelve siblings throughout Manhattan, the menu will feature fresh&co’s signature chopped salads, homemade soups, fresh-made sandwiches, collard green wraps, quinoa bowls, cold-pressed juices, and more.

Offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner—including a wide variety of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options that are packed with flavor—fresh&co aims to be the go-to spot for hungry New Yorkers who want a healthy meal—fast.

“We are very excited to open our newest location in one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods,” says George Tenedios, fresh&co founder. "There is so much history in Greenwich Village and we are proud to be a small part of its ongoing storyline and continued growth. We are confident the local community, especially all the students in the area, will appreciate our unique approach to serving healthy, delicious food at an affordable price.”

With summer in full swing, four new seasonal menu items are now available at all fresh&co locations—including the new Greenwich Village location once the doors officially open at 6:00AM on Wednesday the 15.

New seasonal menu items include: Mexifresco Salad (chef designed salad with diced mangoes, jicama, sugar snap peas, pico de gallo, grilled corn, queso fresco, kale/romaine lettuce mix, and spicy radish-lime vinaigrette dressing: $9.50); Summer Quinoa (side salad with mango, queso fresco, quinoa, grilled corn, black beans, pickled sweet chili, avocado chimichurri vinaigrette dressing, and splash of fresh lime juice: $4.75); Turkey Pastrami Panini (seeded rye with turkey pastrami, chili pickle mix, Muenster cheese, arugula, and spicy mustard: $8.95); Lobster Panini(snowflake roll with fresh-made lobster salad and Dill Havarti cheese: $13.95).

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