Bellevue becomes home to new healthy and sustainable eatery

January 18, 2018 by  

Evergreens, a fast-casual chain of restaurants based in Seattle, recently opened a new location in Bellevue.

It is at the base of the City Center Plaza building and across from the Bellevue Transit Center, meaning it is geared towards the business community of the city.

Hunter Brooks, President and Cofounder of Evergreens with Todd Fishman, said they both grew up in Bellevue and had been on a five-year search to find the ideal location for their restaurant. They are excited about opening Evergreens in their hometown and bringing their flavors to the downtown area.

Evergreens serves warm grain bowls, wraps, and salads made to order in minutes, using dressings made in-house and freshly cut greens. There are seasonal and signature salads and guests can create their own combinations from among 40 items. There is also lemonade and iced tea made in-house, and kombucha (a fermented tea drink) on draft.

Beginning this year at the Bellevue location, Evergreens will begin to offer a hearty breakfast menu that will include still cut oats and warm grain breakfast bowls.

Evergreens is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, and closed for the weekends.

Flyers are often used to attract those in the community to new restaurant concepts such as this one, and to publicize their best in class ecological practices.

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