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Noodles & Company is about serving real food, real quick. Our menu features made-to-order noodles, salads and sandwiches inspired from around the world that make everyone happy from kids to adults. Think Mac & Cheese, Pad Thai, Chinese Chop Salad, Pesto Cavatappi and a Wisconsin Cheesesteak Sandwich all under one roof. Within minutes of ordering a fresh, made-to-order dish will be delivered to the table on real china with real silverware. Nothing fake here. You also don’t have to clear your table or leave a tip. We just aim to please.

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Noodles & Company is a collection of more than 250 neighborhood restaurants in 18 states and growing. Please visit noodles.com to find a restaurant near you.

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Noodles & Company (“Noodles”) provides this & Company Blog as a place where fans and friends of our community can talk about what’s going on at Noodles.

Certain content, visuals, and other types of materials found here (“User Content”) are provided and posted by contributors to the & Company Blog.  Noodles does not and cannot, warrant, endorse, approve of or even necessarily agree with any or all User Content. Noodles is not responsible for any User Content.

Noodles does, however, have some rules to help ensure that this Blog is appropriate, informative, and fun for all.

All use of this fan page must be in compliance with these & Company Terms of Use and the Noodles.com Terms of Use.  

You may not post any User Content that:

You should not rely upon any claim or statement made, or anything contained in any User Content. Remember, any opinions, statement, recommendation, offers, advice or other information presented or disseminated on any forum are those of their respective authors.  This especially applies to any decision you may make with respect to franchising opportunities. This & Company Blog is for entertainment only. It is not an authorized source of information about Noodles or our franchisees. If you are looking for that type of information, you should visit our website at www.noodles.com.

The & Company Blog is not designed for or directed to children under the age of 13.  Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to post any User Content or to submit any personally identifiable information to Noodles. We reserve the right to immediately delete any User Content if we have reason to believe it has been created in violation of this paragraph. 

Please remember that any User Content you post may be collected and used by others and may result in unsolicited messages or an increased risk of fraud.  We have no control over and cannot be responsible for it. 

We reserve the right to review any User Content at any time and to remove any User Content for any reason in our sole discretion.  Our & Company Blog should not be used for complaints or other guest comments to which users would like us to respond.  For that purpose, please contact us at http://noodles.com/feedbackForm.html.  However, please be aware that the & Company blog is public and you should have no expectation of privacy with respect to any User Content you submit. 

We reserve the right to publish on our website or in any and all media any User Content you post, to edit any User Content for clarity or brevity and to identify the author of any User Content.  By posting User Content on our & Company Blog you irrevocably grant to and assign to us, and our successors, assigns and licensees, the right worldwide and in perpetuity, to use such User Content, in any and all media, without compensation, and release us and any person or entity acting on our behalf from any liability therefor.

Finally, if you are an employee, contractor or vendor of Noodles and you post a positive comment about us, let people know who you are.  Endorsements are encouraged and permitted but you must be honest about your connection with or vested interest in our success.  This is also true if you receive anything of value from us in exchange for your nice words; even if it is just some free food.

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    Wanted to make sure you saw a link to this post I wrote about a great experience I had at Noodles and Company.
    http://mountainstate.typepad.com/leadership/2009/06/leadership-at-all-levels.html

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    Dear Noodles,

    Thank you for the “& Company” which is all of us who enjoy your food, service and wonderful staff. Noodles & Co. is without a doubt my favorite place to eat. For my last birthday in January, my sons wanted to know where did I want to meet for dinner and I picked YOU! Just last week, I ate at Noodles twice each time with a different son and his family. We again will be eating this coming Friday night at Noodles.

    I love changing out the sauces, the vegetables and the noodles. (This drives my youngest son Robb who is a 2nd year college student crazy.)
    However, the staff at my favorite Noodles (Riverdale Shopping Center in Coon Rapids, Minnesota) don’t mind a bit and many times comment on how beautiful my improvised dishes look.

    Also thank you so much for the Anniversary coupons, Birthday coupons and your special offers.

    The only suggestion I would have is for you to carry hot coffee and hot teas. (Not for myself, I like the smell of coffee but not the taste.) Many people I bring do like their coffee. I myself love hot teas and it is so good for you.

    Birdie
    (Mom of 4 sons)
    (Grandmom of 2 grandsons and 2 granddaughters)
    (Mother-in-law of 3 daughter-in-laws)

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    Dan "Cool Breeze" H. said,

    Dear Noodles,

    My co-worker won a promotional dinner at our work-neighborhood Noodles on 16th Street in Denver, Colorado. Four of us made the two block trip from our office building immediately following a laborious Tuesday with the intention to quickly devour whatever small portion constituted a “promotion” and go our separate ways. Boy, oh boy, were we surprised!

    General Manager Ryan K. Quinn and his staff went out of their way to make our dinner memorable. They brought multiple courses, each with multiple items, even allowing us to sample dishes that were not yet on the menu. As a long-time Noodles customer, I had been completely loyal to the Penne Rosa, but these new dishes were spectacular, particularly the new Mac & Cheese dishes. We left completely satiated, satisfied, smiling, and even with doggy bags.

    As the kids say these days: BOOM.

    Love for Noodles,
    Aimstar and Breezy

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    Wade Hiner said,

    Dear Noodles,

    I wanted to take a moment to thank you for the incredible job you guys do each and every time I visit your stores. A couple of weeks ago, I challenged my coworker Amy to drop her business card in the bowl at our local Noodles and Co., located on the 16th Street Mall here in Downtown Denver, because I had a feeling that we would win. Needless to say, we were victorious, and we were to gifted with an incredible night hosted by the General Manager Ryan K. Quinn. He gave us an incredible history lesson on the start of Noodles, and then proceeded to fill our hunger with endless amounts of incredible mac and cheese blends (please keep all of these on your menu full time – fantastic!).

    The bottom line is that you guys have an incredible thing going and I will continue to sing your praise throughout the city of Denver. Thanks to Ryan, his team, and the fantastic service they provide each and every time we visit.

    Take care,
    Wade


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