The Point Loma site, in addition to one in Rancho Bernardo, held grand re-openings in June.
Company officials said both locations will now showcase a farmers-market-style remodel, where “upon entering, guests will be reawakened by the bright sights, crisp sounds and delicious tastes of freshness.”
The revamped interior of Souplantation will include a new salad bar, hardwood floors, chalkboard menus, modern glasses and dishware, and upbeat music.
A selection of new items has been added to the existing menu, which already consists of locally sourced and made-from-scratch salads, soups and baked goods. Some of the new products include freshly grilled cage-free chicken skewers, Niman Ranch steak skewers, decadent desserts and local craft beer and wine.
Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes was founded in 1978 in San Diego and operates 126 build-your-own-meal restaurants across the western, southern and eastern portions of the U.S.
For more information, visit www.souplantation.com or www.sweettomatoes.com.