Industry News | November 17, 2017

Luna Grill Adding Better Beet Bowl for Limited Time

Luna Grill to launch new bowl in November.
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Continuing its bowl format menu offerings, Luna Grill is launching the new limited time "Better Beet Bowl” at all 40 locations in California and Texas on November 20.

Perfect for diners seeking a lighter, healthier meal, the Better Beet Bowl ($8.25) features Organic Spring Mix, Beets, Roasted Yellow Tomatoes, Basil, Feta, Almonds and Signature House Dressing. "High in antioxidants and known inflammation fighters, beets are a wonderful super food to incorporate into your diet," said Luna Grill Co-Founder and Chief Cuisine Officer Maria Pourteymour. "Rich in nitric oxide, beets boost oxygen supplies to both the brain and body, enhancing cardiovascular performance while also boosting memory, mood and attention," she added.

Earlier this year Luna Grill introduced the "El Greco Street Bowl" limited time offering, pairing traditional Mediterranean flavors with a south of the border-inspired spiciness. "We are constantly looking for new ways to introduce fresh, real food and Mediterranean flavor variations for our guests," said Pourteymour. "Bowl meal options are a great choice for diners looking for different portion sizes: This fall we are pairing the zesty tang of feta cheese with seasonal vegetables such as beets and roasted yellow tomatoes for a new twist."

Luna Grill offers wholesome Mediterranean cuisine such as signature kabob plates, gourmet salads, appetizers, wraps, desserts, craft beer and wine in a contemporary setting. All foods, marinades and sauces are crafted with care daily and meals are made fresh to order and served to the table with genuine cutlery and tableware. A cross between a fast casual and full service sit-down restaurant, Luna Grill combines the best of both worlds and has created the concept of "Luxe Casual.”

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