Anaheim Hills Festival, a regional lifestyle shopping center in Anaheim Hills, California (https://anaheimhillsfestival.com), announced the addition of CAVA, a fast-casual Mediterranean-inspired restaurant offering create-your-own grain bowls, salads and pitas. The new 2,329-square-foot CAVA restaurant, slated to open March 29th next to Nekter Juice Bar, will offer 60 seats for dine-in guests, additional patio seating, and a designated pickup area for orders placed online or through the CAVA app.
The CAVA menu includes fan favorites like Crazy Feta, Spicy Lamb Meatballs and Cauliflower Quinoa Tabbouleh as well as spring seasonal dishes including roasted brussels sprouts, butternut squash, carrots and cauliflower; seasonal sumac radish toppings; a seasonal roasted tomato soup; and a spicy lime tahini dressing.
“With its vibrant ingredients and gutsy Mediterranean flavors, CAVA will be a fabulous complement to the other restaurants that have made this center the perfect spot for all-occasion dining – from a workday lunch to dinner for the whole family,” says Karen Finke, Property Manager, Anaheim Hills Festival. “CAVA’s fresh new approach to dining out – or dining in – gives customers an opportunity to try a new more balanced way of eating while enjoying something unusual and out of the ordinary – the very reason shoppers come to Anaheim Hills Festival in the first place.”
CAVA will kick off its Anaheim Hills Festival opening with a “Community Day” for the local Anaheim area, a tradition that started with the very first CAVA restaurant opening in 2011. During its Community Day celebration, CAVA Anaheim Hills will join three other CAVA locations in Costa Mesa, Irvine and Mission Viejo in offering free lunch from 10:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. and free dinner from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Throughout its Community Day, each of the four Orange County CAVA locations will also collect donations for Kid Healthy to support the organization’s mission of addressing health and wellness issues by engaging children and families from the most underserved communities in Orange County.
This article was released by Anaheim Hills Festival.