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Mother's Day Event #6: Sweet Tomatoes and Souplantation

Hi Neighbors!

I am sure that many of you know just how much I like Sweet Tomatoes.  Not only do I enjoy going, but my whole family does.  Visiting Sweet Tomatoes for lunch or dinner could really make your Mother's Day special.  I personally love their salad bar selections.  Fresh greens and loads of fresh items to add to your salad.  Of course they always have a few salad mixes and deli salads made up that I like to try. Their Tuna Tarragon is super! You can fill your plate with your favorite greens and veggies, add some cheese and your favorite dressing, and you have a meal!  I also pay a little and add chicken to mine!  But, Sweet Tomatoes/Souplantation don't stop there, they have a variety of soups and chili, the chili being one of my husbands favorites, along with baked potatoes, pasta, breads, and desserts.  All of their food is fresh and as a matter of fact they recently became the first large scale restaurant chain to obtain Green Restaurant Association certification!  Way to go Sweet Tomatoes and Souplantation.  Be sure to visit their website and see if they have a location near you, and then you can check out their menu online.  Each month is just a little different.

About Sweet Tomatoes/Souplantation:
 "The very first Souplantation brought delicious, healthy dining to San Diego in March 1978. Industry experts credit us as being the first casual eatery brand to serve fresh, wholesome menu options.
In 1983, Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. was founded by Michael Mack through the acquisition of the first two Souplantation restaurants. As we continued to grow, we began to pursue growth beyond our core Southern California markets. In order to enhance our brand and reflect our dedication to fresh, wholesome ingredients, we adopted the name Sweet Tomatoes for new restaurants outside Southern California.
With 112 company-owned restaurants in 15 states, over 300 million guests since 1978 have helped us to be #1 in fresh produce and salads, made-from-scratch soups, hot-tossed pastas, freshly baked breads and muffins, fresh fruit, frozen yogurt, and more.

We pride ourselves on offering an all-you-care-to-eat dining experience where each of our guests can create a meal tailored to their needs. Of course, you can count on fresh, high-quality ingredients and daily made-from-scratch menu items."

April is their "Pucker Up, It's Lemon Month".  Some of their specials for April sound appetizing.  Perhaps you would like to try their Lemon Chicken Orzo soup or their Tangy Lemon Muffins.  If they taste as good as their blueberry muffins, you will want to try them! Yum!

Now Sweet Tomatoes and Souplantation are graciously offering 2 dinner passes for our Mother's Day Event.  One neighbor will get to take their mother out to eat.  (I hope my children are paying attention!)  Be sure to enter.  Oh, and be sure to find them on Facebook and Twitter!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review, nor did I receive any product.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely mine.

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Hope said…
I have been to Sweet Tomatoes several times, and love it!
Anonymous said…
Been there many times, very good and fresher than other similar restaurants.
skkorman said…
We have a Sweet Tomatoes restaurant about 1/2 a mile from our home, and we go there at least once a month!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net
Momma Told Me said…
We love Souplantation!
dlhaley said…
Yes,we have and my family love the food there.
Josiah said…
Yes I have been to one up in the Chicago area
scottsgal said…
we love Sweet Tomatoe - there's only about 15 minutes from us
msboatgal at
Unknown said…
I have tried Sweet Tomatoes, good food,

Unknown said…
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Elena said…
I visit Souplantation at least once a month
Tammy S said…
We love Sweet Tomatoes.
Anne N. said…
I love Souplantation we go there a lot.
Danielle S said…
It has been over twenty years since I have been to a Souplantation. I would get this for my mother and grandmother who live near one.
Danielle S
Giveaway Lady said…
I love Sweet Tomatoes! Been there a couple times.

I love bean soup and also i saved $20.00 by using the coupons.
hendy said…
We go to Sweet Potatoes often, love the salads
hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com
Cari said…
I love sweet tomatoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!
stevenc said…
Yummmm! We all love sweet tomatoes!
We actually went to dinner there just tonight! Been there many times.
Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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