Urban Plates Celebrates Grand Opening of Cityline in Sunnyvale

A chef-led fast-casual restaurant offers healthy, home-cooked meals in Silicon Valley; Santana Row location set to open in 2023

SAN DIEGO, July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Urban Plates, the chef-led fast-casual restaurant concept specializing in healthy, home-cooked meals, celebrated the opening of its brand new location in Sunnyvale, California on Monday July 11. The opening marks the brand’s third location in the Bay Area, joining existing restaurants in nice hill and Dublin. With eyes on the expansion of her Northern California footprint, a fourth outpost is set to be unveiled in Santana Row in 2023.

“The response to our Bay Area restaurants has been overwhelming and the opening of Sunnyvale will launch further expansion in the region,” said Joe O’Donnell, President of Urban Plates. “Everyone deserves to eat this well, and we look forward to sharing our food and growing our local Urban Plates family.”

Located at 300 W. McKinley Avenue, the newest Urban Plates is located in the city’s vibrant Cityline development, a bustling 4.5-acre mixed-use project in the heart of Silicon Valley, steps from Caltrain and the Murphy Ave. With industrial-chic interiors and a sleek, modern aesthetic aligned with Cityline, the 5,070 square foot restaurant seats 135 people with indoor and outdoor dining options. An open concept kitchen and ordering area gives guests a front row seat to watch their meals being prepared.

“This location took several years to develop, and we sowed the seeds to nurture a strong connection with the Sunnyvale and the greater Silicon Valley community,” said Lee Walters, General Manager of Urban Plates Sunnyvale. “The restaurant is conveniently located in Cityline and provides us with a wonderful opportunity to serve those who live, work and play in and around the development. We look forward to welcoming residents, shoppers and office workers and their showcasing our quality, irresistible food at prices that won’t break the bank.”

Urban Plates offers an affordable, fully customizable menu of home-made bowls, plates, salads, sides, entrees, and desserts featuring sustainably sourced seafood and meats, and their Product Guarantee” organic all the time” and caters to gluten-free plants, low-carb and low-carb lifestyles. Customers can choose dine-in, take-out or delivery options with online ordering and the restaurant’s restaurant operation makes it the ideal choice for nearby office buildings.

In addition to one $11 daily menu comprised of high-quality, organic and responsibly sourced options, Urban Plates offers frequent customers the opportunity to join its Plate Pass program – a $10 monthly subscription service that reduces the price of each dish on its menu to just $11 (or less) at lunch and dinner.

The restaurant will be open to the public for on-site dining, take-out orders, catering and delivery from 11:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.Fridays and Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday. For more details, visit https://urbanplates.com/.

About City Plates

Urban Plates started in 2011 with a single restaurant in Del Mar, California and grew to 17 locations, including Sunnyvale. Based at Solana Beach, California.the brand is present everywhere San Diego, Orange Countythe best Los Angeles area, and Northern California. Urban Plates’ extensive menu items are prepared on-site, from scratch, every day using clean ingredients (organic whenever possible). With menus that are gluten-free, plant-based, dairy-free, pescatarian, low-carb, or any combination of the above, Urban Plates is committed to bringing variety and honest value to our customers. Follow Urban Plates on Instagram or Facebook at @urbanplates or visit Urban Plates online at www.urbanplates.com.

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