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Veg-Friendly Eatery Opens Doors in Orange County

“Farm to fork” restaurant in Santa Ana, CA opens and features plenty of fresh and healthy vegan fare.

The fresh fast-casual restaurant Fresh Griller located in sunny Orange County has started serving its patrons with natural and responsibly sourced grub. While this restaurant is not purely plant-based, there are plenty of vegan and vegetarian options for patrons to choose from. Fresh Griller’s menu is structured so that customers can choose what type of meal they would like and what kind of ingredients they would like in it. Some of the veg-friendly items on the menu include the veggie bowl, salad, or wrap, piled high with the choice of white or brown rice, white beans, kale slaw, or veggie toppings. Fresh Griller also offers five vegan sauces, including: Sweet Chili, Barbeque, Balsamic, Spicy Aji Verde, Teriyaki, and Balsamic Vinaigrette.

Photo credit: Fresh Griller

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