Archive for November, 2010


We’re opening two new restaurants today

The new Oak Park Mall restaurant is open Sunday – Thursday 10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. To-go, phone-in or fax-in orders are available. You may reach the new Overland Park restaurant by calling (913) 239-8424 or faxing (913) 239-8425.

  • One in Towson, MD at at 825 Goucher Blvd at E. Joppa Rd.

The new Towson restaurant is open Sunday – Thursday 11a.m. – 9 p.m.; Saturday and Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. To-go, phone-in or fax-in orders are available. You may reach the new Towson restaurant by calling (410) 296-0778 or faxing (410) 296-0544.

Our new Towson restaurant opening Thursday, Nov. 18.

Our new Oak Park Mall restaurant opening Thursday, Nov. 18.


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Looking for a way to give back this holiday season?

Our Portland-area locations are hosting a toy drive Nov. 22 – Dec. 4. The toys will be donated to the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation where they will be given to less fortunate children. Guests who bring in an unwrapped children’s toy to donate will receive a free Rice Krispy Treat or cookie.

What’s more!? On Saturday, Dec. 4, the last day of the toy drive, Amy Roloff, a Portland-area resident and reality star of Little people, Big World, will be at our Clackamas restaurant greeting you and helping collect toys. 

Participating Locations:

  • Beaverton: 4655 SW Griffith Dr., Portland (503) 350-0591
  • 10th & Couch: 100 NW 10th Ave., Beaverton (503) 223-1057
  • Hillsboro: 7216 NE Cornell Rd., Hillsboro (503) 648-4783
  • Clackamas: 12190 SE 82nd Ave., Clackamas (971) 233-0330

Amy Roloff, a Portland-area resident and reality star of "Little people, Big World"


Tell us how you plan on giving back this holiday season by Thursday, Dec. 2 and we’ll mail you a Free Bowl Card!

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17,700 kids donated their Halloween candy last Sunday for the Troops

Last Sunday, our restaurants hosted an event to snap kids our of their ‘Candy Comas.’  17,700 kids 12 and under chipped in and helped out giving up their Halloween candy and donating it to Operation Gratitude. Together, we collected more than 10,000 lbs of candy.

Operation Gratitude sends care packages addressed to individual deployed Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines. Read thank you letters written by troops for your donations here.

We have already shipped the first batch to Operation Gratitude. Thank you to everyone who participated! The troops will love the goodies!


Not even half of it...

Letters from Candy Coma kids to the troops


20,000 lbs. of candy collected for Operation Gratitu17,700 kids chipped in to donate 20,000 lbs. of candy for the troops. Here we are shipping the first batch to Operation Gratitude.

17,700 kids chipped in to donate 20,000 lbs. of candy for the troops during Candy Coma.


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Free Sandwiches on National Sandwich Day, 11/3/10

National Sandwich Day is Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010. To celebrate, we’ve got street teams at these key places listed below giving out FREE Sandwiches to the first 50 peeps who visit us! Keep checking back- new locations will be added through 11/2. Check out our Sandwiches at


  • Elk Grove will be at CRC Student Center- 11:30am
  • UTC will be at University Town Center- 2:30pm



  • 16th St Mall and Glenarm- 11:30am

Denver Metro Area

  • Mineral- Light Rail station- 5pm
  • Englewood- Light rail station- 6pm
  • Arapahoe High School- 10am
  • Anshutz Campus- 10am
  • Campus of Concord College- 3pm
  • Colorado Blvd and Evans- Light Rail station- 4:30pm
  • I-25 and Lincoln- Light Rail station- 5pm
  • Clement Park- 11:30am
  • I-25 and Hampden- RTD park-and-ride- 5:30pm
  • Civic Green Park- 1:30pm
  • Highlands Ranch- Circle drive in the parking lot- 5:30 pm

Colorado Springs

  • Palmer Dog Park- 5pm


  • Arapahoe Basin Ski Area- noon


  • Metro Station at LaGrange Rd & Burlington- 5pm
  • Algonquin Commons in front of Borders- 12:30pm
  • Geneva: St. Charles Park- 11am
  • Glen Ellyn:  Near the Glen Ellyn Train Station- 5pm


  • Town Square in Zona Rosa by the fountain-11:30am
  • Corner of 47th and Nichols Pkwy (at Rose Park)- 11am


  • Montgomery College- 10:45am
  • Winston Churchill High School- 5:30pm


  • University of Minnesota in the park near the Radisson- 11am


  • The Oval on the Ohio State Campus- 11:30am


  • Jameson Park- 1pm


  • Gateway Mall- 4pm


  • Mt Vernon across the street (by the Home Depot)- 10:45am
  • George Mason University- 10:45am


  • West Bend- Main St. and Veteran’s Ave- 11am
  • The Square in Downtown Madison- noon
  • Oakland Ave:  In front of the dorms- 11am


Here’s what you should be lookin’ for:

Noodles & Company will be giving out Sandwiches on 11/3/10 to celebrate National Sandwich Day

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