Flower Child will give Inwood Village a taste of its hippie-vibe

If morning yoga and green smoothies are part of your daily routine, you’ll be right at home with Preston Hollow’s latest restaurant.

According to CultureMap,  Phoenix, Ariz.-based Fox Restaurant Concepts is planning its fourth venture into Dallas with Flower Child. The casual restaurant offers a hippie-vibe with healthy options, and it is scheduled to open in spring 2017 at Inwood Village shopping center.

The menu — which consists of mix-and-match bowls and wraps, sandwiches and salads — also offers organic, gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options.

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Flower Child joins the restaurant group’s True Food Kitchen, The Henry and North Italia in Dallas. Each restaurant has opened or is slated to open within the next year.

Flower Child has soon-to-be six branches, with three already open in Arizona and California. In its mission statement, the company states it takes customers on a journey into “food enlightenment.”

“It starts with Flower Child’s fundamental promise to serve healthy food for a happy world,” the statement reads. “It means we work with ranchers who respect, protect and love their animals – and our food supply. Our proteins are all raised naturally, without additives. Our organic produce is guided by the wisdom of the Environmental Working Group.”

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