A wholesome delicacies restaurant sponsored by Naomi Osaka opens in West Palm Seashore

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Sweetgreen, a national salad chain with a cult following and a celebrity partner — tennis star Naomi Osaka — opens its long-planned West Palm Beach location at The Square on Tuesday.

The fast-casual restaurant with Washington DC roots was originally slated to open in November in the plaza, then known as Rosemary Square. It makes its debut in the space between the Casper and Tommy Bahama stores.

Sweetgreen features nearly 3,000 square feet of indoor dining space, an alfresco dining terrace and a menu that emphasizes seasonal specialties. The West Palm Beach menu includes specialties like Steelhead Tartar Sauce, which combines roasted steelhead, shredded kale and cabbage, chopped romaine, red onions, tomatoes, spicy sunflower seeds, lemon and tartar sauce dressing. The seasonal specials will be on the menu through March. 30

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Locals can also expect to see Sweetgreen’s Guacamole Greens, a deconstructed guacamole bowl with fried chicken, on the menu along with the brand’s more popular bowls, like the miso bowl and crispy chicken salad bowl.

The salad-loving spot joins a mini-wave of health-conscious restaurants in The Square. These include dr. Andrew Weil’s True Food Kitchen, Planta and Pura Vida.

On opening day, Sweetgreen will greet its new home in West Palm Beach with a neighborly gesture: For every meal sold that day, the restaurant will donate a meal to Palm Beach Harvest to help local families in need.

Sweet green restaurant

  • Located at 700 S. Rosemary Ave. (The Square), West Palm Beach, Sweetgreen.com
  • Opening day is Tuesday 25th January
  • On the menu: varied dishes in bowls, from composed salads to warm bowls

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