Going green, Noodles-style

Looking for a way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year? Try going green… Noodles-style. Our style doesn’t involve wearing goofy green hats, or talking to people with pointed ears wearing overalls. You can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with us by taking your appetite green. 

Our restaurants offer the best green spring veggies, which you can add or swap to any of our bowls. 


Popeye’s go-to green is best in the spring. We serve up a lot of spinach in our bowls, as this leaf is found in our Thai Curry Soup, Penne Rosa, Pasta Fresca, and can be added or swapped to any other item. Spinach is high in rich in antioxidants, iron, calcium, magnesium, as well as vitamin B. 

Spring Greens 

Did the name give it away? Spring greens are super fresh this time of year. The Med Salad is made with spring greens, but these leaves can be added or swapped to any of our salads. Spring greens are high in Vitamin C, folic acid, and fiber. 


As we like to say, “Summer. Winter. Asparagus. Fall.” Springtime means asparagus time at Noodles & Company. The bowl is back, and this bowl is bigger, tastier, and healthier than ever before. On April 7, the new limited time offer asparagus bowl called “Lemon Asparagus Linguine,” made with fresh basil, mushrooms, onions, feta cheese and snap peas, will be offered in restaurants nation-wide through the end of June. We’re pumped to bring asparagus back into our restaurants again because this springtime veggie treats our customers right. Asparagus is fat-free, saturated fat-free, sodium-free, cholesterol-free, a good source of vitamin C, and good source of vitamin A. 

So go get green, Noodles lovers. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Noodles-style, and don’t forget about your stomach.  

Lemon Asparagus Linguine in restaurants nation-wide April 7-June


8 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Nikki said,

    Looks great. Would you please post the nutritional info? Can’t wait to try it.

    Nikki P.
    Belton, MO

  2. 2

    Anh said,

    Love the lemon asparagus linguine! But can’t find any nutritional information on your site about the dish. Got any info you can share?

  3. 4

    Maureen Goldman said,

    I also want nutrition info on the asparagus dish.

  4. 6

    Michelle said,

    Have you posted the nutrition info anywhere? I figured, since you are Noodles & Company, that you had…but I can’t find it anywhere? Help??

  5. 8

    Allene said,

    Ditto the request for nutritional information! This is an awesome dish–even my husband agreed it smelled good, and he prefers to be a carnivore.

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