Health-focused casual-dining chain True Food Kitchen plans to open its first dedicated to-go restaurant this summer in Tempe. Located at 950 S. Mill Ave., south of University Drive, the takeout-only space will feature a custom menu full of hand-crafted dishes made from high-quality and nutrient-dense ingredients.
True Food Kitchen To-Go will offer a handful of location-specific menu items, including flatbreads, build-your-own protein plates and select breakfast items. Several specialty slushies will be unique to the Tempe to-go location with each flavor being offered in an alternative spiked version.
Those familiar with the True Food Kitchen menu will recognize several of the brand’s iconic dishes, such as salads, sandwiches and bowls. True Food Kitchen’s menu rotates regularly by season to ensure that guests are eating at peak freshness throughout the year. From the O.G. grass-fed burger and Tucson kale salad to the flourless chocolate cake and pink lime tart, every dish is prepared with nutrition in mind.
Sam Fox and Dr. Andrew Weil developed the restaurant concept in 2008 with the vision to adhere to Dr. Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet. The diet is built not only for weight loss, but as a way of picking anti-inflammatory foods based on the science of how nutrients help your body maintain optimum health. The natural anti-inflammatory diet aims at providing the right amount of energy, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and fiber.
“At True Food Kitchen, we are committed to helping people eat better, feel better and live better,” says John Williams, True Food Kitchen’s newly appointed CEO. “By bringing our first takeout-only location to Tempe, we’re making it easier and quicker than ever for more people to eat and drink well. As we continue to grow, we are excited to debut this new, smaller format intended to help us expand into even more neighborhoods across the country.”
True Food To-Go will be located at 950 S. Mill Ave. in Tempe. For more information, click here.