Honeygrow is opening its eighth New Jersey restaurant, its first in Somerset County; the new store will be in Bridgewater in Chimney Rock Crossing.

Honeygrow is a fresh and innovative fast-casual restaurant featuring stir-fry, salad, and honeybars. Founded in 2012 by Justin Rosenberg in Philadelphia, Honeygrow stands out for local sourcing.

The name itself is a play on “honest eating + growing local,” which encapsulates the brand’s ethos of providing nourishing meals made with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.

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The stir-fry options are a particular highlight. Patrons can choose from a variety of bases, proteins, veggies, and sauces.

Salads at Honeygrow are equally impressive with offerings like the Asian Sesame Ginger and the Classic Shrimp Caesar.

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A Honeygrow spokesperson told patch.com that the goal is to have the new restaurant up and running in the second half of 2024.

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