Ray Allen eatery heads to Stephen Ross’ Hard Rock Stadium

Other vendors at the stadium include Bru's Room, Shula Burger, Versailles and Sushi Maki

TRD MIAMI /
Sep.September 26, 2016 03:00 PM

“Grown” is growing.

Shannon and former Miami Heat shooting guard Ray Allen’s Grown restaurant is opening a second location at Hard Rock Stadium, the eatery announced on Monday. 

The organic fast food restaurant will open on the BankUnited Club Level, as well as at Section 148-A at Stephen Ross‘ newly renovated and renamed stadium. The Allens opened the first location, a healthy, organic fast food concept, at 8211 South Dixie Highway earlier this year. Menu items include vegan and paleo-friendly options, Mediterranean wraps, salmon burgers and fresh pressed juices and smoothies.

Ross, founder and chairman of the Related Companies and owner of the Miami Dolphins, unveiled the stadium after investing $500 million into a new canopy, new audio, video and lighting systems, upgrades to concourses and concessions, and more. Goldman Properties’ Global Goldman Arts unveiled a mural project at the stadium that features 18 artists from 10 countries.

Hard Rock International’s branding deal was announced in August for a reported $250 million over the course of 18 years.

Other vendors at the stadium include Bru’s Room, Shula Burger, Cafe Versailles and Sushi Maki. – Katherine Kallergis


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