Lime Fresh Mexican Grill is hoping to open its new Clarendon outpost in mid-January, according to a manager.
The fast-growing Mexican chain’s new eatery, the first in the D.C. area, is located at 2900 Wilson Boulevard, in the former Comfort One Shoes space. The restaurant is currently accepting employment application at the location.
Here’s the company’s press release about the impending opening.
This January, Arlington will get a little fresher with the opening of Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, a popular Florida-based fast-casual Mexican concept. The South Beach bred concept has garnered a following from locals and celebrities alike throughout the state of Florida.
Famous for its signature blend of fresh, mouth-watering Mexican dishes, dynamic ambiance, stylized interiors and scrupulous service, Lime was originally conceived in 2004 by CEO and Founder, John Kunkel, to complement the vibrant and food-conscious culture of South Beach. Lime serves Mexican-style cuisine using only the freshest ingredients and charbroils on grills in an exhibition-style kitchen. Additionally, all locations feature a signature homemade salsa bar and 50 variations of hot sauces. Guests have the option of whole wheat, multi-grain or low-carb items, and everything on the menu has 0 Trans fat.
Arlington’s Lime Fresh Mexican Grill will be located at 2900 Wilson Blvd., near The Market Common in the Lyon Village neighborhood. Additionally, the company maintains ten locations in Florida, one in Huntsville, AL, and is expanding to the following markets: Greenville, SC; Charlotte, NC; Atlanta, GA; Louisville, KY; Lexington, KY; Richmond, VA and Philadelphia, PA.
Lime Fresh Mexican Grill will be open from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., Monday through Sunday. For information about Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, please visit the company website at www.limefreshmexicangrill.com.
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