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    Luna Grill Expanding in DFW with 5-Unit Plan

  • Industry News April 24, 2018
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    Luna Grill is expanding its Texas presence by adding five new restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro. The expansion builds on six existing Luna Grill locations in the region, including the Mansfield restaurant, which opened in February 2018.  Luna Grill’s growing presence in Texas is a direct response to increased consumer demand for wholesome, clean food.

    “We’re excited that Luna Grill has been so well-received in Texas,” says Co-Founder and Chief Cuisine Officer Maria Pourteymour.  “Our natural, healthy food is great for families on the go.  We’re delighted to bring our wholesome dishes to new and repeat customers alike.”  Founded in 2004 by Sean and Maria Pourteymour, Luna Grill takes pride in inspiring others to feel good by eating real food crafted with care, serving fresh to order Mediterranean cuisine such as kabobs, falafel, salads, hummus, wraps, desserts and wine in a contemporary “luxe casual” setting.

    Luna Grill’s five new restaurants in Texas will open in Fort Worth, Dallas, McKinney, Frisco and Irving.  At the Shops at Clearfork in Fort Worth, Luna Grill will open a 2,400-square-foot location with a patio (5239 Marathon Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76109).  In Dallas, Luna Grill will open a 2,198-square-foot location with a patio at The Hill Shopping Center (8165 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 1300, Dallas, TX 75231).  Luna Grill will open its first McKinney restaurant, a 2,200-square-foot location with a patio, at the corner of Hardin and W. University Drive (3610 W. University Dr, Suite 500, McKinney, TX 75071).  The first Frisco restaurant, a 2,800-square-foot location with a patio, will open at the corner of Lebanon and Parkwood (7115 Lebanon Rd, Suite 1860A, Frisco, TX 75034).  Finally, Luna Grill will open a 2,400-square-foot location with a patio in Irving, Texas at Las Colinas and State Highway 161 (7480 State Highway 161, Irving, TX 75039).

     

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