Sam Fox is growing the hip and healthy, fast-casual restaurant concept, Flower Child, with a second location opening in North Scottsdale this May. Located at Scottsdale Fiesta shopping center on Shea Boulevard and 90th Street, the 4,695-square-foot space will be a buzzy location offering farm-fresh and flavorful food in a fast-casual environment. The already popular dining spot will serve guests a wide selection of healthy, clean, non-GMO options for lunch and dinner that have become a daily necessity for those dining with health-in-mind.
The menu includes a variety of starters, such as Avocado Hummus; an array of salads like The Granola with organic greens, fuji apple, pomegranate, clementine, sprouted almond, fennel, gorgonzola and chia seed vinaigrette; whole grain wraps made from scratch daily; hot pots and bowls such as the Madras Curry Chicken with organic potato, heirloom carrot, garam masala and coconut; and the ever-changing Mix ‘n Match plates featuring a collection of different vegetables and grains to pick from, plus add grass-fed beef, sustainable salmon, all natural chicken, or organic tofu to any salad or plate for that added dose of protein.
“There’s a need for feel good food out there, and it can be hard to come by in a quick, causal setting – that’s where Flower Child stemmed from,” said founder Sam Fox. “Providing food that makes people happy and healthy in a convenient way without ever having to sacrifice our values is one of the main reasons we’re growing this concept.”
The foundation of Flower Child, which opened its first location in April of last year, was built with strong influences from True Food Kitchen’s anti-inflammatory philosophy and commitment to great taste. As with True Food Kitchen, Flower Child supports local, sustainable and organic farming, resulting in an ever-changing menu to showcase fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Interested in being part of the team? Flower Child is currently hiring servers, cashiers, line and prep cooks, as well as dishwashers for their new location. For more information, visit www.workforflowerchild.com.