Butterleaf celebrates the unsung glory of vegetables offering a satisfying bounty of fresh, plant-based options for omnivores and herbivores alike. It’s vegetarian food for non-vegetarians. With hearty dishes and sides including Signature Burgers made with sweet potatoes and black beans, Avocado Bombs and Umami Chips, the brand seeks to prove that meatless meals aren’t any less filling or delicious. The menu also features build-your-own style bowls and wraps with a revolving menu of ancient super grains (brown rice, quinoa, or freekah), homemade sauces (Citrus Honey, Tiger, Herb) and seasonally-rotating vegetables. Working alongside local farmers including Melissa’s Produce, the team is dedicated to showcasing each season’s freshest ingredients from their own backyard.
Lincoln Property Company and Alcion Ventures have signed leases with eight chef-driven tenants for Trade Food Hall, slated to open this fall following $5 million in renovations.
Lincoln and Alcion purchased Trade Marketplace, a 32,600 square foot property, in 2014 and have since transformed its dated food court into what will be a premier dining experience, complete with crafted cuisine from around the world, a full-service bar, and indoor/outdoor communal dining. The food hall portion of Trade spans over 9,000 square feet.
Butterleaf, a plant-based concept, will be a celebration of vegetables with a menu that includes kimchi, flash-seared vegetables, and sweet-potato-mushroom burgers.
For general information, visit www.tradefoodhall.com.
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Butterleaf – Irvine – Winter 2016