Industry News | September 8, 2014

Veggie Grill Opens Doors to 26th Restaurant

Veggie Grill, a fast-casual brand committed to moving vegetables, grains, and fruits to the center of customers’ plates, announced the opening of its newest location in Corte Madera, California.

To celebrate the grand opening of its 26th location, Veggie Grill will be giving away $50 Gift Cards on opening day, September 8, at 11 a.m. to the first 50 guests in line at its Town Center Corte Madera restaurant.

“We are very excited to open our third Bay Area location in Marin County,” says Greg Dollarhyde, chief energizing officer of Veggie Grill. “Corte Madera and the surrounding neighborhood have consistently expressed a great passion for vegetarian food crafted with seasonal ingredients, and we hope to satisfy that desire with innovative ways to enjoy veggies.”

The Corte Madera location will feature popular items like the Quinoa Power Salad, Santa Fe Crispy Chickin’ Sandwich, Bombay Bowl, and shareable fan favorites like Buffalo Wings and Crispy Cauliflower. Summer seasonal dishes such as Grilled Portobello Skewers and Chargrilled Street Corn are also offered. As with all Veggie Grill restaurants, the newest location will feature its signature bright and modern décor with friendly, knowledgeable, and efficient service.

Since its inception in 2006, Veggie Grill has offered wholesome and tasty dishes with a variety of affordable menu options in a contemporary, fast-casual setting. Traditional hot sandwiches, burgers, bowls, home-style plates, and entrée salads are re-imagined so that vegetables are accessible in a comforting, fun, and delicious way.

The new Veggie Grill restaurant is 2,400 square feet and is located at 100 Corte Madera Town Center in Corte Madera, California. Town Center Corte Madera has become known as the Marin location for healthy food, specialty clothiers, and stores boasting unique home furnishings and gift items. Veggie Grill will be on the west side of Town Center.

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