Celebrate National Brownie Day At Native Foods

Who even knew that there was such a thing as National Brownie Day?  But apparently there is and today (December 8th) is the day.  And to celebrate,  Native Foods is giving away brownies with the purchase of a Big Ol BBQ Burger.  Find a branch of the expanding fast-casual vegan chain and check out their menu here.

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Get A Free Dessert This Tuesday At Native Foods…

We all know that Thanksgiving can be hard on the turkeys.  Now you can help the pitiable poultry out:  This Tuesday, November 25th, when you buy a main, side, and drink at Native Foods, part of the proceeds will go to Farm Sanctuary, an animal advocacy group that maintains shelters for the birds.  For your kindness, Native Foods will give you a free dessert, their ginger snappy sandwich cookie.

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Native Foods’ “Mint For Mercy” Cookie…

Today only (Tuesday September 30th), when you purchase an entrée, side, and drink at Native Foods, you’ll get a free cookie.  But not just any cookie…  It’s two chocolate oatmeal cookies sandwiching a creamy mint filling that they’re calling the “Mint for Mercy” cookie.  Why the curious name?  Because part of the proceeds today go to help the charity group Mercy for Animals which works to prevent farm animal cruelty and raise awareness of food policy.

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Native Foods’ Legendary Reuben Back This Weekend Only…

Today (August 1st) through Sunday, Native Foods is bringing back its legendary classic Reuben Sandwich consisting of slices of Native Reuben Seitan piled on New York rye with homemade sauerkraut, horseradish cheese, and chipotle sauce.  Available this weekend only, you can read more and while you’re at it, check out their summer menu here.

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Native Food’s Special Sub This Weekend

This weekend only, vegan chain Native Foods Café is dishing up a special sandwich, the Cauliflower Power Sub, consisting of roasted cauliflower, red onions, sweet red peppers, smashed chickpeas, arugula and creamy Spanish Romesco sauce all on a multigrain baguette served with special seasoned fries and a fresh watermelon slice for $10.75.  Available July 4th and disappearing after July 6th, you can check out more on their website here.   

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Free Dessert At Native Foods Today

When you buy an entrée, side, and drink at Native Foods today (Wednesday, Dec. 5th), you’ll get a free dessert (they’ve brought out cranberry orange cupcakes just for the occasion), plus you’ll be helping a good cause as they’re donating a portion of the day’s profits to the Coastal Conservation Network. In other Native news, this weekend only, they’re offering a special cashew quinoa burger with carmelized onions, lettuce, tomato, and herbed mayo served with chili garlic spiced fries.  Read more at: nativefoods.com.

 

Native Food’s New Fall Menu

Native Foods has unveiled its new fall menu this week with a number of innovative dishes including: Butternut Polenta Bites (pesto baked polenta topped with roasted butternut squash, caramelized onions and toasted pumpkin seeds in a balsamic drizzle over arugula), Bistro Steak Sandwich (Native seitan steak, thinly-sliced and seared, topped with homemade bleu cheese dressing, oven roasted tomatoes, crispy shallots and arugula on a warm grilled baguette), Native cobb salad, and a pumpking pie.  Read more at: nativefoods.com.

 

Native Foods Celebrates Superbowl With The Cubano Sandwich, Opens Next Week In Newport Beach

Ok, this sounds way to good to pass up, but in celebration of the Superbowl, that oddly is next weekend, Native Foods Cafe is offering a special this weekend only (Jan. 27th-29th): the Cubano sandwich, that is described as a “traditional Cuban sandwich stacked with slow roasted cilantro-garlic seitan and smoky maple-glazed seitan, pickles, mayo, sweet mustard and a homemade swiss cheesy sauce on a grilled baguette.  Served with chili con limon sweet potato fries and a sweet mango treat.”  All for $9.95.  My mouth is already watering…

In other Native Foods news, the Newport Beach location in Fashion Island opens next week on January 31st. 

Read more at: nativefoods.com