NBA star Ray Allen and wife add Grown at Hard Rock Stadium

Fast food does not always mean unhealthy food. NBA player, Ray Allen, and wife, Shannon, introduced the second location of their 100 percent organic fast food restaurant, Grown, at Hard Rock Stadium.

The healthy fast food restaurant can be found on the BankUnited Club Level and at section 148-A of the Hard Rock Stadium located in Miami Gardens.

“For years our family has had the privilege and honor of cheering on Ray in sports venues throughout the country, and now we are proud to be able to provide guests – vegans, paleos, families with children with food allergies, those looking to stay on their diets – a place where they can indulge without the guilt,” said Shannon Allen.

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One of the wraps at Grown

Customers can snack on wraps, salads, fresh pressed juices and smoothies on the-go to their seats.

Grown has wild caught salmon on the menu

Some of their more popular items include the Mediterranean wrap or salad made with organic mixed greens, quinoa tabbouleh, hummus, roasted red pepper, marinated red onion, vine ripened tomatoes, feta cheese and green olives topped with a herb yogurt dressing. Also popular is the wild-caught salmon burger with caramelized onion, vine ripened tomatoes, butter lettuce and Dijon aioli on a flourless Ezekiel bun with sweet potato chips.

The  first  location of Grown is in South Miami and is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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