Published On: Wed, Jul 15th, 2015

Danny Meyer Takes Stake in Fast-Casual Chain (a First for the Foodie Titan)

The New York food powerhouse has made an investment in a California chain with a unique take on fast-casual dining.
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Danny Meyer is adding a lot more green to his menu. In a rare move for Shake Shack founder Danny Meyer, his company Union Square Hospitality Group announced Wednesday a minority investment in California-based restaurant chain, Tender Greens. This is the first outside investment for USHG, which started a dozen New York food establishments–including the now-public Shake Shack and three new restaurants that just opened this year.

The 22 locations aim for top-notch food with a personal touch. An experienced executive chef with autonomy to offer seasonal specials… READ MORE


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