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honeygrow Opening in Langhorne

Reported first by LevittownNow.com, honeygrow is opening a new location on Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, PA. The local fast casual restaurant has over 30 locations across the Northeast and continues a steady growth period.

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honeygrow, the Philadelphia-based fast-casual restaurant signed at lease at the Lincoln Plaza shopping center in Langhorne, PA. honeygrow joins premier brands including Homesense, Ulta Beauty, T.J. Maxx, Nordstrom Rack, Michaels, Smoothie King, and DSW at the popular Bucks County shopping and dining destination. honeygrow was represented by Michael Gorman and Scott Benson at Metro Commercial during the lease transaction with its new landlord, Paramount Realty.

The 2,500 sq. ft. location at 2490 E. Lincoln Highway, Langhorne, PA is expected to be honeygrow’s 37th location as the wholesome restaurant group continues expanding through 2023, with more than a dozen locations slated to open this year. honeygrow will bring more than 35 full-and part-time jobs to the bustling shopping center and is currently seeking a General Manager, Assistant General Manager, Kitchen Manager, and Service Manager. Interested candidates can complete applications via honeygrow’s website. The restaurant group is one of the few fast-casual restaurants where team members can earn additional pay per hour on top of industry-competitive wages in a positive environment with career growth at the forefront.

“Lincoln Plaza is a dynamic shopping center, and the location is a natural next step for honeygrow to strengthen our brand presence in suburban markets,” said Justin Rosenberg, Founder, and CEO of honeygrow. “We are thrilled to introduce this new community to honeygrow, and our goal is to build a restaurant team in Langhorne that will continue to exceed our guests’ expectations in providing wholesome, craveable, and memorable meals.”

honeygrow features a menu of five year-round stir-frys (all under 800 calories) and six hearty and healthy salads (under 700 calories). Plus, Create-Your-Own (CYO) versions mean there is an option for everyone. Or guests can 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 non-profit 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. Like the CYO stir-frys and salads, all honeybars can be customized.

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