Almost exactly a year after it first arrived in Dallas, popular California sandwich shop Mendocino Farms will open its second North Texas restaurant.
The Mendocino Farms Addison location, at 5294 Belt Line Road in Prestonwood Place, will open on Tuesday March 23, according to a press release. It’s the second DFW restaurant for the chain, joining the year-old spot in Downtown Dallas at 2000 Ross Avenue.
Founded in 2005, Mendocino Farms is known for its towering Cali-style sandwiches and veggie-packed salads, including an avocado and quinoa “superfood” salad with black beans, jicama and grape tomatoes on chopped romaine and curly kale lettuce, and naturally, a club sandwich with shaved turkey breast and bacon on seeded wheat bread. Other dishes include Ruebens, paninis, Impossible burgers, a vegan banh mi, and a “shawarma” wrap that’s made with roasted mushrooms instead of meat.
The Addison location is part of a greater expansion for Mendo, as it is known to fans, in Texas. Three locations already exist in Houston, with a fourth opening later this year. Diners can order online through the Mendocino Farms website for pickup and delivery.