Noodles & Company Opening Roseville and Rocklin Locations
Noodles & Company, serving classic noodle and pasta dishes from around the world, today announced that it will open two new locations in Roseville & Rocklin, as part of its expansion into Northern California.
The first location in Rocklin, CA will open on Monday, July 28 at 10:30AM and is located at 5198 Commons Dr. A second location will open in Roseville, CA one week later on Monday, August 4 at 10:30AM and is located at 3984 Douglas Blvd. With these two openings, Noodles & Company will have six locations across the greater Sacramento region.
"We are excited to bring our world of flavors to these two new neighborhoods. From healthy to indulgent, spicy to comforting, we have something for everyone, from kids to adults," said Erin Murphy, Senior Manager of Communications at Noodles & Company. "With a broad menu of noodles, salads, soups and sandwiches, you can get a different taste every day, in lots of different ways. We serve flavors from around the world, right down the street. That's why we're called Your World Kitchen."
The 2,650 square-foot Rocklin Noodles & Company has seating for 64 guests inside the dining room and 28 guests on the outside patio. Regular restaurant hours will be Sunday through Thursday, 10:30AM - 9:00PM, Friday and Saturday from 10:30AM to 10:00PM. For holiday hours, please call the restaurant directly at (916) 652-5140.
The 2,870 square-foot Roseville Noodles & Company has seating for 70 guests inside the dining room and 40 guests on the outside patio. Regular restaurant hours will be Sunday through Thursday, 10:30AM - 9:00PM, Friday and Saturday from 10:30AM to 10:00PM. For holiday hours, please call the restaurant directly at (916) 771-6513.
Local fans are also encouraged to join the Rocklin Noodlegram e-club and Roseville Noodlegram e-club. Noodlegram members receive news, offers and exclusive information on Grand Openings, VIP Events, seasonal specialties, giveaways and more. For more information on Noodles & Company, please visit www.noodles.com.
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