Diners in downtown San Luis Obispo have a new option: Nourish, located next to Granada Hotel & Bistro.
Described as a “fresh and fast takeaway restaurant,” the eatery opened its doors this week at 1126 Morro St.
The menu features food “inspired by the active culture of the Central Coast” with “locally grown, nutrient-rich and ethically sourced cuisine,” according to a news release from the restaurant.
That includes breakfast items featuring fruit and vegetable smoothies, grain bowls, farm-fresh eggs, chia seed pudding and baked goods, as well as a lunch menu with savory bowls, soups, sandwiches, salads and noodles. There’s also a selection of gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and paleo options.
“Each dish is California-driven with vibrant international accents,” the release said.
Spokeswoman Christina McGoldrick, representing restaurant owner Kimberly Walker, said the goal of Nourish is to provide ready-to-go food options for people with dietary restrictions.
Walker did not say how much she spent opening the new restaurant.
“We’ve been working on Nourish permitting and concept since Change of A Dress moved out two years ago,” Walker wrote in an email statement.
The dress consignment boutique relocated to 785 Marsh St., Suite B.
Walker also declined to discuss profit projections for Nourish.
Nourish is open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, with new customers receiving 20 percent off their first meal through the end of the year.
Granada Hotel & Bistro, which opened in 2012, is a 17-room boutique hotel with a restaurant and bar.