Noodles & Company Opens Its First Tennessee Restaurant in Knoxville
BROOMFIELD, Colo. -- Noodles & Company, the restaurant that serves made-to-order noodles, salads and sandwiches from around the world, is opening its first restaurant in Tennessee on Monday, April 25 at 11 a.m. in Knoxville. The restaurant will be located at in Turkey Creek at 11083 Parkside Drive. Another restaurant will be opening in Nashville on the same day.
Noodles & Company will be serving lunch and dinner with a menu that offers something for all age groups. The menu features three cuisines rolled in to one: Asian, Mediterranean and American, giving guests the option to try new flavors every day. The dishes range from healthful to indulgent and spicy to comforting. Favorites include the sweet and spicy Japanese Pan Noodles, creamy Wisconsin Mac & Cheese, and the fresh and zippy Med Sandwich.
The food at Noodles is fresh, made-to-order and is delivered to your table on real china with real silverware. You don't even have to clear your table or leave a tip.
"We're excited about bringing Noodles to Tennessee. We've received requests to expand in this area for a long time," said Kevin Reddy, CEO and chairman of Noodles & Company. "We believe we'll become a popular spot for families and college students because of our menu variety, speed and affordability. Each dish is made to order for each guest and is served in just a few minutes for around seven dollars."
Noodles & Company also offers a family-style to-go option for large groups called Square Bowls. Each Square Bowl is customizable and serves four to six people making it the perfect meal for the soccer team, office meeting or family gathering. Guests may contact the restaurant for more details on how to order 'Square.'
The restaurant will be open Sunday thru Wednesday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. and Thursday thru Saturday 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Convenient carry-out, phone-in or fax-in orders are available. Noodles phone number is (865) 675-1869.
Noodles & Company currently has more than 257 neighborhood restaurants in 19 states and growing. For more information, please visit www.noodles.com.
Published April 22, 2011