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    Veggie Grill Debuts in Boston

  • Industry News October 17, 2019
    Veggie Grill
    Since launching in 2006, Veggie Grill has opened 35 locations in California, Oregon, Washington and Illinois, and will expand to Boston and New York City this year.

    Veggie Grill has officially opened its doors of their newest location at 57 John F. Kennedy Street in Cambridge’s Harvard Square. The 50-seat restaurant will be the first in the Boston area, and the brand’s 35th location nationwide.

    “We are excited to open our first Boston-area location in Harvard Square,” says Veggie Grill CEO Steve Heeley. “As the plant-based eating movement continues to rapidly gain popularity mindful consumers are looking for ways to incorporate more vegetables and plant-based foods into their diets.  College students and educators in particular are a driving force for this movement. We look forward to serving the entire Cambridge community with our diverse, innovative menu of 100% plant-based cuisine.”

    Veggie Grill is bringing to the Boston community meals that combine their passions for craveable food and meaningful impact on the planet – a blend that unlocks the power of food to transform our world for the better. Veggie Grill offers an extensive selection of thoughtfully crafted, chef-inspired food that appeals to diners wherever they may be on their food journey. Veggie Grill’s menu is designed to appeal to all eaters through delicious, and 100 percent plant-based food. Our extensive menu features burgers, sandwiches, bowls, entrée salads, tacos, burritos, desserts, kids’ meals, and seasonal items. Veggie Grill crafts meals that help everyone rise to meet their full potential.

    Veggie Grill, which has plans to expand further into the Greater Boston Area in the future, welcomes all to join us at our table and experience how 100 percent plant-based food and making conscious choices can make food matter more.

    Since launching in 2006, Veggie Grill has opened 35 locations in California, Oregon, Washington and Illinois, and will expand to Boston and New York City this year.

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