Noodles & Company to open in Rockford in August
From press release
Noodles & Company, the restaurant that serves noodles, soups and salad inspired from around the world, is scheduled to open its first restaurant in Rockford this August.
Noodles & Company’s menu features Asian, Mediterranean and American noodles, soups and salads that range from healthful to indulgent and spicy to comforting. There is something for everyone from kids to adults, and every dish is customizable to please even the pickiest eaters. Favorites include the sweet and spicy Japanese Pan Noodles, veggie-filled Chinese Chop Salad, creamy Penne Rosa and rich Wisconsin Mac & Cheese.
“Since our inception in 1995, Noodles & Company has always strived to nourish and inspire the individuals and team members within the communities we serve,” said Kevin Reddy, Noodles & Company CEO, president and chairman. “We feel strongly about being a contributing citizen and plan for involvement through hosting fund-raisers, and sponsoring neighborhood activities and events.”
For more information about community benefits and to find a location near you, visit www.noodles.com. Noodles & Company is a tip-free zone open seven days a week and offers convenient carry-out, phone-in or fax-in orders.
Noodles & Company is about serving real food, real quick. Its menu features made-to-order noodles, soups and salads inspired from around the world that make everyone happy, from kids to adults. Think Mac & Cheese, Pad Thai, Chinese Chop Salad and Pesto Cavatappi all under one roof.
Within five minutes of ordering, a customized dish with only 100 percent fresh ingredients will be delivered to the table on real china with real silverware. Nothing fake. You also don’t have to clear your table or leave a tip.
Noodles & Company is a collection of more than 235 neighborhood restaurants in 18 states and growing. Visit noodles.com to find a restaurant near you. If you’re craving more, follow Noodles & Company on Facebook, YouTube, Flickr or on the Noodles & Company blog called “& Company.”
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