ARIZONA NEWS

Green District salad restaurant opens first of 3 Valley stores

Nov 5, 2022, 7:15 AM

(Photo by Jessica Ebelhar)...

(Photo by Jessica Ebelhar)

(Photo by Jessica Ebelhar)

Green District, a private-equity-backed fast-casual restaurant concept from Louisville, Kentucky, is set to open its first location in Arizona later this month.

The growing restaurant chain’s first eatery in the Valley will be in a 2,256-square-foot space in the Circle G Gateway Center near the intersection of Power and Ray roads in Gilbert. It is set to open on Nov. 10.

“We are so excited to be extending the Green District footprint into Arizona, and our Gilbert location is only the beginning,” Jordan Doepke, Green District’s co-founder and CEO, said in a statement. “As we continue growing in the western market, and around the country, we look forward to providing a go-to place to grab a convenient healthy meal and really immersing ourselves into the vibrant community here.”

Green District has signed leases for three restaurants in the Valley. The one opening in Gilbert at 5498 S. Power Road, another for a 3,522-square-foot restaurant in Phoenix, and one for a 1,991-square-foot restaurant space in Scottsdale. The company said it will have all three locations open by mid-2023.

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