The first customers line up at the grand opening of B.GOOD in Tysons.
Photo By Denise Lew/The Connection
Farm-to-table restaurant chain, B.GOOD, held a grand opening at its first location in Northern Virginia on Thursday, Nov. 14 in Tysons. The celebration included a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by members of the Tysons Chamber of Commerce and executives. B.GOOD gave away samples and prizes, and even free entree cards to the first 50 customers. It is the third to open in Virginia and the 65th restaurant in the U.S.
Tysons was selected as a market where the restaurant can thrive, according to B.GOOD. “There are a number of factors that make the DMV, and Tysons in particular, an attractive place to plant our roots. There is a diverse population of savvy diners who know what good food is all about, and there is ongoing demand for fast, healthier food options. We’re excited to bring a differentiated menu to the local food scene,” said Chris Fuqua, Chief Executive Officer.
B.GOOD prides itself in using fresh ingredients while also adhering to standards of animal welfare.The chain sources as often as possible with local farmers and suppliers, while cultivating relationships with them. A diverse menu of healthy food options can be found including “responsibly sourced” burgers, bowls, salads, sandwiches and smoothies.
“The Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud and excited to have B.Good be a member of the Chamber and a part of the Tysons community. We look forward to partnering with B.Good to support Tysons,” said Mariam Tadros, on the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber helps to promote businesses through various means in the Tysons area and is the largest chamber in Virginia.
B.GOOD executives were overall pleased with the restaurant chain’s grand opening. “It's going to be the first of many stores to come,” said Kevin Lias, store manager at the Tysons location.
For more information, visit www.bgood.com