“Healthy Fast Food” Chain Starting In Doylestown
Bryn and Dane’s, a local restaurant chain serving healthy fast food, will open its 6th area in Doylestown.
The chain, which works cafés in Horsham, Plymouth Meeting, Bryn Mawr, Malvern, and Philadelphia, made the declaration of the Doylestown area via social media Thursday.
Points of interest, for example, the location and opening date, were not accessible and the company didn’t quickly react to request looking for extra subtleties.
The chain presents healthy fast food things, including breakfast, salads, wraps, bowls, smoothies, and that’s just the beginning. Menu things incorporate choices, for example,
Dragon bowl: granola, strawberries, blueberries, honey
Bryn Mac wrap: romaine, plant-based cheddar, past burger, pickles and “bryn mac” sauce
Kale caesar salad: slashed romaine,kale mix, flame broiled chicken, feta, bread garnishes and low-fat caesar dressing
Santa Clause Barbara BLT: romaine, turkey bacon, tomatoes, low-fat cheddar, firm chicken, and sans fat farm sauce
Bryn Davis opened the chain’s first area in Horsham. He was roused to offer choices for healthy fast food subsequent to increasing 70 pounds in school.
“He changed his lifestyle and six months later he was back in great shape, but the experience taught him one very important lesson: Eating healthy is impossibly inconvenient,” the Bryn and Dane’s site says.
Davis, 22, had zero resources or financial specialists at the time so he composed his granddad a letter. “It was a simple proposition: one year of hard labor on his Grandpa Lou’s farm for $12,000 in start-up capital,” the site says. His granddad concurred. Davis at that point utilized the cash to open the Horsham spot, and the business took off.
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