IRVINE, Calif., May 2014 – Diners at Crossroads will have even more tasty dining options to choose from with the openings of Barefoot Bowls and Capital Noodle Bar. The arrival of the two new restaurants come after the recent openings of several other concepts, including Urban Plates, Veggie Grill, Creamistry and Doner G.
“We’re committed to bringing in a mix of fresh new dining options for our centers,” said Stacie Ellis, senior marketing director of Irvine Company Retail Properties. “All of these additions are really helping to establish Crossroads as a great lunch and dinner destination for nearby residents and office workers alike.”
Barefoot Bowls will specialize in organic acai and pitaya bowls, along with fresh smoothies and oatmeal. Acai and pitaya bowls, filled with antioxidant-loaded superfruits that’s blended into a creamy puree and then topped with fresh fruit like blueberries and strawberries, along with shaved coconut and nuts. It’s meant to be eaten as a healthy and nutritious alternative to heavy breakfasts and lunches.
From Capital Seafood Restaurant, known for its dim sum, comes Capital Noodle Bar, set to open mid-June. The Chinese restaurant will serve traditional Trieu Chau dishes such as seafood noodle soups, steamed pork buns and Hainan chicken with ginger sauce.
About Irvine Company Retail Properties
With three distinguished shopping centers including Fashion Island, Irvine Spectrum Center and The Market Place, the Irvine Company Retail Properties also includes 36 neighborhood and community centers with a diverse mix of stores and restaurants.
Irvine Company Retail Properties has welcomed more than a dozen top-tier and exclusive retailers to its portfolio in 2013, including Halston Heritage, Blushington, Kendra Scott, FIG & OLIVE, Red O by Rick Bayless, Lark Creek Newport Beach, Lemonade, Seafolly, Sprinkles Ice Cream, Urban Plates and more. For more information, please visit ShopIrvineCompany.com.