Eastside Eats

Homegrown Extends Catering Biz to Bellevue

The sustainable sandwich shop is now bringing sustenance to the Eastside office set.

By Jessica Voelker June 1, 2011

Homegrown: Now bringing sandwiches to Bellevue

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Homegrown announced today that it is extending its catering program, formerly limited to Seattle proper, to Bellevue.

The sustainably minded sandwich shop delivers the goods in pine boxes instead of plastic trays and uses reusable totebags and Pyrex salad bowls to create what chef Rob Milliron calls a “zero waste experience.”

The menu differs somewhat from Homegrown’s main menu. Milliron told me that he designed the sandwiches and salads specifically so that they would keep despite the delay between when they are made and when they are consumed.

Delivery is free for Seattle on orders over $100, for Bellevue there’s a $10 fee. There is no minimum for breakfast orders, though Milliron requests that people order for six or more people at a time. Call with your catering wish list by 10am the day prior to delivery.

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