Glendale’s booming growth continues with the addition of healthy-eating salad temple Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop. The local mini-chain owned by Jon Rollo has been similarly busy of late, with outlets everywhere from Beverly Hills to Costa Mesa to the heart of Venice — and now, right in the thick of it all on Brand Boulevard.
The casual all-day restaurant officially opens to the public on October 10, joining the ranks of the recently-unveiled Shake Shack, Philz Coffee, and Mainland Poke across the street from The Americana. The only ones left to come online as of next week will be the long-awaited Eggslut.
Once Monday hits, guests at Greenleaf will be able to dive into a menu that features everything from barbecue chicken pizza to lemongrass chicken salads, with crunchier items and full chicken and steak entrees to match. There are also juices, protein shakes, craft beer, and wine available as well.
On Friday, October 14, Greenleaf will welcome in the community for free food as well, offering a handful of the best-selling items (a turkey melt, the angus burger, etc.) gratis while supplies last. The shop will open at 10:30 a.m., and the offer is good for dine-in or takeout service.
Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop Glendale
252 S. Brand Blvd.