Berry Brand is Bringing Healthy Alternatives to The Enclave

This will be the fourth location for the company, and third in Los Angeles County
Berry Brand is Bringing Healthy Alternatives to The Enclave in Torrance
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Berry Brand, a passion-driven brand with values rooted in wellness, transparency, and design, is expanding to a new location in Torrance, located at 970-990 W 190th St.

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The new location, the fourth for the company, will be in the upcoming The Enclave. This multi-purpose development features premier office spaces, curated restaurants, art installations, and year-round events. Bob Ruth, a managing partner for The Ruth Group, the developer in charge of The Enclave, tells What Now Los Angeles they expect to have a soft opening in late July, with the grand opening scheduled for October 2022. Berry Brand currently has locations in Cerritos and Tustin, and one coming to Long Beach.

When The Enclave finally opens, it will become a go-to destination for various California eateries. Other restaurants coming to the new development include Nook Coffee Bar, Beleaf Better Burgers, Hiro Nori Ramen, Lea Jane’s Hot Chicken, Boba Break Tea House, FAKA’s Island Grill, 123 Pho, and Long Beach Fish Grill. The Enclave will also feature several office spaces available to rent, containing sleek designs and plenty of greenery to encourage companies to create, collaborate, and innovate.

As for Berry Brand, guests will find superfoods that make you feel great after eating. The eatery focuses on bowls and drinks containing acai, pitaya, and organic matcha. These bowls can be customized with various toppings, including fresh fruit, coconut shreds, granola, flax seeds, and other healthy choices. Out of all the different restaurants coming to The Enclave, Berry Brand will be the healthiest option by far.

Berry Brand is Bringing Healthy Alternatives to The Enclave in Torrance
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Joey Reams

Born in San Diego, Joey moved to San Francisco to study Music Journalism at San Francisco State University. There, he worked for several publications, including The Culture Trip and RIFF Magazine, and served as the News Editor at Golden Gate Xpress. Joey previously worked as the News Assignment Editor for Pasadena Now. When he’s not working, you can find him exploring new cities, finding delicious food, and having fun at concerts.
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