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Sweetgreen Opening Restaurant In Lincoln Common Tuesday

The Lincoln Park location will be Sweetgreen's 12th standalone restaurant in the city. The company will donate a free meal to the Nourishing Hope food pantry for every meal sold Tuesday at Lincoln Common.

Sweetgreen opens a new store Tuesday inside Lincoln Common, 2361 N. Lincoln Ave., Suite A1-110.
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LINCOLN PARK — Sweetgreen is opening a restaurant this week in Lincoln Park.

The Sweetgreen opens Tuesday at Lincoln Common, 2361 N. Lincoln Ave., Suite A1-110.

To celebrate its grand opening, Sweetgreen will donate one meal to Nourishing Hope food pantry for every meal sold Tuesday, according to a news release.

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Sweetgreen’s Lincoln Common location will open with the company’s fall menu.

The 2,769-square-foot space is a former 1930s boiler house that was rehabilitated and renovated to keep its industrial-era elements, such as exposed brick, beams and piping, according to Sweetgreen.

The dining area features a double-height ceiling, handmade tiles and custom millwork, company leaders said. It has room for 26 diners.

The restaurant also doubles as an art gallery that will celebrate the company’s farmers and partners, company leaders said.

The spot will open with Sweetgreen’s fall menu, which includes the chicken and Brussels bowl, curry cauliflower bowl and buffalo cauliflower side dish, according to the company. The cauliflower is sourced from Norman Miller Farm, a Wisconsin farm that’s 100 percent organic with sustainable practices.

Sweetgreen has 11 other standalone locations throughout the city, primarily Downtown and on the North Side.

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