D.C. gets sweeter with expanded green eatery
Greens Restaurant Group has expanded its popular salad and yogurt eatery, sweetgreen, to two neighborhoods in the Washington, D.C., area, Dupont Circle and Bethesda, Md. Designed by local architect CORE architecture + design, the experiential dining projects use salvaged hickory for the walls, wood recycled from the old bowling alleys for the tables and chairs, and sustainable paper/dye products for the graphics. The new locations have more than triple the space of the original restaurant and can accommodate an eat-in customer base of approximately 20 people.
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