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    I Heart Mac & Cheese Opens in Cooper City

  • Industry News January 13, 2020

    I Heart Mac & Cheese, a fast-casual concept specializing in customizable, made-to-order macaroni and cheese bowls, and grilled cheese sandwiches, is now open in Cooper City. Offering a variety of health-conscious bases including quinoa, broccoli, cauliflower, and gluten-free pasta, as well as an extensive array of traditional mac & cheese options, I Heart Mac & Cheese is a popular concept rapidly expanding across the United States.

    “It is a dream come true to be able to open up an I Heart Mac & Cheese location with my father,” says Josh Phillips, I Heart Mac & Cheese franchisee. “For as long as I can remember, mac & cheese has been a favorite in our family.  We are excited to be able to offer our friends, family members and neighbors in Cooper City a place to come together and enjoy this childhood classic, while making long-lasting memories.”

    Catering to every age, lifestyle and craving, I Heart Mac & Cheese Cooper City is located at 5602 South Flamingo Road, in close proximity to several schools and sports fields within the close-knit West Broward Community. The menu features a variety of traditional and more health-conscious mac & cheese options, in addition to grilled cheese sandwiches and the new Mac Bites. Just last month, the brand launched a partnership with Beyond Meat, adding the Beyond Burger, Beyond Beef Crumbles and Beyond Sausage® to the menu, along with a home-made deliciously creamy sauce with a coconut milk base and secret spice blend.

    “We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback since our very first location opened and feel proud to continue expanding to new communities in South Florida, where we started,” adds Stephen Giordanella, chief executive officer & chairman of I Heart Mac & Cheese. “With our recent menu additions and a variety of budget-friendly options, we know that I Heart Mac & Cheese will become a family staple and we look forward to getting to know our new guests in Cooper City.”

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