Fresh Mediterranean Innovator Updates Design, Interior Elements
Fast casual innovator Luna Grill (www.LunaGrill.com) is unveiling the latest iteration of its design and interior style with their first-ever Los Angeles County location in La Cañada Flintridge and two newest restaurants in San Diego County. The new spots will mark the 22nd, 23rd and 24th restaurants for Luna Grill, currently offering fast casual Mediterranean fare with locations through Southern California and Dallas, Texas.
The new “Luna 3.0” design represents the company’s commitment to the evolution of its brand and feel since its first location opened in 2004. “Luna 3.0 is mix of vintage yet modern, with organic elements throughout. Distressed finishes are paired with modern pieces to create a cozy, comfortable and fresh feeling,” said Nicole Abraham, vice president of marketing for Luna Grill.
“The overall look for Luna Grill is an offshoot of European or Scandinavian design, featuring gentle contours and playful accent colors. Much like the entire Luna Grill experience, the new interior design honors the elements of nature and the needs of our customers through form and function,” she added. Key specific elements include bold patterns throughout, modern pendant lamps paired with vintage light bulbs and live edge wood tables representing the look of a tree trunk.
Luna Grill offers authentic Mediterranean cuisine such as signature kabob plates, gourmet salads, appetizers including hummus and falafel, wraps, desserts, craft beer and wine in a contemporary setting. All foods, marinades and sauces are crafted with care daily from scratch and meals are made fresh to order and served to the table with genuine cutlery and tableware. A cross between a fast casual and full service sit-down restaurant, Luna Grill combines the best of both worlds and has created the concept of “Luxe Casual.”