Doylestown will soon be able to enjoy the fresh, made-to-order cuisine of one of Philly’s most rapidly growing fast-casual chains. Honeygrow has signed a lease to open a new location in the Barn Plaza shopping center, reports local media outlet Phillyburbs.com.
The popular eatery will be opening a restaurant at 1745 South Easton Road in late spring or early summer. The Doylestown Honeygrow will contribute to a larger plan to modify and enliven the Barn Plaza shopping center. In addition to the stir-fry wunderkind, the center will be gaining a Barnes and Noble and a Whole Foods.
The Doylestown location is an early opening salvo in Honeygrow’s plans for an active 2024. The corporate-owned chain is hoping to open at least a dozen new restaurants before the year concludes.
Anchored by delicious stir-fries, fresh salads, and its signature honey bars, Honeygrow has accrued an impressive fan-following since it debuted on the Philadelphia dining scene in 2012. The restaurant currently has 40 east coast locations and shows no signs of slowing down.