honeygrow, a Philadelphia-based fast-casual restaurant known for wholesome, simple and made-to-order stir-frys, salads and honeybars, recently opened locations at Lincoln Plaza, 2490 E. Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, and 12000 Roosevelt Boulevard, Suite 100 in Philadelphia.
Each location is creating approximately 35 full- and part-time jobs in the area. These openings are part of a continued growth trajectory for the brand, encompassing seven new locations over the past 12 months. By the end of 2024, honeygrow plans to add a dozen more restaurants throughout the greater Philadelphia and Baltimore regions.
“I got my start in Philly and to be able to continue to grow here and receive the appreciation we do means the world to my team and myself,” said Justin Rosenberg, founder and CEO of honeygrow. “It was only yesterday that I was slinging stir-frys and prepping salad dressings at our 16th Street spot back in 2012. These next two openings bring us to 36 restaurants — we wouldn’t be here without the support of this city.”
honeygrow features a menu of five year-round stir-frys (all under 800 calories) and six healthy salads (under 700 calories). Plus, Create-Your-Own versions mean there is an option for everyone, including making dishes with freshly made noodle options. Guests can also choose from the Lifestyle menu for featured dishes that are paleo, keto, vegan, high protein or meet Whole 30 standards.
As part of the kid’s menu, honeygrow partnered with Team IMPACT, a national nonprofit that matches children facing serious illness and disability with college sports teams, creating a long-term, life-changing experience for everyone involved. In line with the company’s overall mission to provide craveable, healthy, kid-friendly menu options, this launch also supports honeygrow’s philanthropic promise to donate a portion of sales from every kid’s meal to the organization. The restaurant also offers signature honeybars, a sweet dessert using fresh fruit, three kinds of flavored honey and various garnishes to satisfy a sweet craving.
Visit honeygrow.com for more information.