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Noodles & Company in Glendale to open June 19

Noodles & Company will open a new restaurant in Glendale on Monday, June 19. The restaurant located on Port Washington Road just south of Silver Spring will open at 11:00 AM.

"We are very excited to expand our presence in Milwaukee and further share our globally-inspired menu with the Glendale community. From light to indulgent, spicy to comforting, we have something on the menu for everyone," said Danielle Moore, director of communications at Noodles & Company. “With a broad menu of noodles, salads and soups, you can get a different taste every day, in a lot of different ways. We offer flavors from around the world, right down the street.”

Noodles & Company has more than 400 restaurant locations across the United States and offers guests both familiar and global flavors from around the world. Each dish on the Noodles menu is carefully handmade to guests’ specifications, using only the freshest ingredients, including 14 fresh vegetables that are prepped throughout the day along with other high-quality ingredients including cage-free eggs; organic milk and tofu; and naturally raised pork, including bacon and meatballs.

The new restaurant will provide approximately 25 jobs for area residents. The Company is dedicated to providing career development and personal journey opportunities for all team members and is always looking for people passionate about food with a desire to have a positive impact on the community to join the Noodles & Company team. Interested applicants are encouraged to visit www.noodles.com/careers for more information about job opportunities in their local area.

The 2,640 square-foot Glendale Noodles & Company is the 46th location to open in the state of Wisconsin. Regular restaurant hours will be Sunday – Thursday from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM and Friday – Saturday from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM. To place a takeout order, guests can download the Noodles-World Kitchen app or order online at noodles.com/orderonline.

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