Why is this important? As Houstonians continue to return to the office, Mendocino Farms aims to reinvent the workday meal with its new Two Allen Center restaurant, finding the cross between a convenient yet tasty dining experience with its salads, sandwiches, cereal bowls and more.
As part of the opening celebrations, Mendocino Farms takes over Two Allen Center on April 26renaming it “moo Allen Center” in a nod to the brand’s blue cow mascot and bringing its signature “Eat Happy” spirit to the building. Residents can receive free admission when they create an My Mendo account and select “Houston-Two Allen Center” as your preferred location before opening day. The offer includes a free sandwich, salad or bowl with any menu purchase for the first two weeks after opening.
“We are always looking to better serve our existing communities, and our Two Allen Center location was built with professionals in mind as more and more people return to downtown,” said Kevin Miles, CEO of Mendocino Farms. “With our diverse menu satisfying every culinary craving, we look forward to welcoming Two Allen Center tenants to our new restaurant, whether they’re grabbing a bite to eat with colleagues, looking for a quick pickup or delivery option, or feeding a crowd with our catering spreads.”
Rooted in a desire to better the communities it serves, Mendocino Farms is donating 50% of opening day sales to Bike MS and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to support Houstonians participating in the upcoming Texas MS Race. 150 to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.
What’s good to eat? Known for bringing together unexpected flavor combinations that wow, Mendocino Farms’ menu offers vibrant flavors in the form of hearty sandwiches, salads, cereal bowls and more. Embark on a culinary adventure at Thailand with the Thai Mango Salad, a fan favorite with shaved and roasted chicken breast, ramen noodles, Napa cabbage and kale salad, sliced mango, honey roasted almonds, pickled daikon and carrots, green onions, Thai basil, mint, cilantro, lime and fried shallots with Thai almond vinaigrette. For those looking for a hit classic, try the Chicken “not so fried” Sandwichmade with shredded roasted chicken breast, Mendo’s signature krispies, herb aioli, mustard pickle salad, marinated tomatoes and red onions on toasted ciabatta bread with tangy BBQ sauce with mustard or a mustard pickle remoulade.
How/where can I get it? Dine in, order online or through the Mendocino Farms app for pickup or delivery, Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Delivery is available through third-party partners, including UberEats, DoorDash, and Postmates. Mendocino Farms also offers crowd-pleasing catering options for workplace gatherings and other festive times.
To learn more about the upcoming Two Allen Center, click here.
About Mendocino Farms
Mendocino Farms takes customers on a culinary adventure with its diverse menu of chef-led, seasonal sandwiches and salads made from high-quality, fresh ingredients. Founded in Southern California in 2005 by husband and wife team Mario Del Pero and Ellen ChenMendocino Farms has grown to 45 locations and counts in California and Texas. By creating gathering places to connect and feed, whether in-store, at home or in the office, the catering company aims to make hearts and stomachs happy through unexpected flavors and conviviality. For more information, visit mendocinofarms.com.
SOURCE Mendocino Farms