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Urban Plates Gives Away Free Plate Pass Subscriptions for 10 Year Anniversary

Urban Plates Grilled Grass Fed Steak Plate, normally $14.50, is $10 with Plate Pass
(Photo Courtesy of Urban Plates)
 

Urban Plates—the chef-driven, fast casual restaurant brand offering healthy, made-from-scratch meals at affordable prices—is turning 10 years old. To celebrate the occasion, they are giving away free one-month memberships to Plate Pass, their subscription program that makes every individual entrée$10 (or less) for a fee that is regularly $10 a month. The offer will apply to all Urban Plates locations for dine-in or takeout only. It does not apply to delivery or catering orders.

To get in on the anniversary deal, guests may sign up exclusively on the Urban Plates app (download for iPhone and Android) beginning September 20 through October 31. Once signed up, the offer will make all individual entréeson the Urban Plates menu for dine-in or takeout $10 for one month, and items on the $10 Everyday Menu will be $9.

The first of its kind in the fast casual industry, Plate Pass offers the entire breadth of the Urban Plates menu, which includes over 30 individual entrées (average cost $13.50) across four sections (plates, salads, sandwiches, and bowls) for $10 or less. Guests who sign up with Plate Pass save an average of $40 per month using the program. All of this is part of the brand’s mission to make craveable, wholesome and healthy food accessible to all.

“We want everyone to experience Plate Pass,” says Urban Plates Co-Founder and CEO Saad Nadhir. “What could be more fitting than offering all individual entréeson the menu for $10 or less for our 10th anniversary? We want to share the savings with all of our guests, making the quality, variety, and craveable taste of Urban Plates even more accessible to all.”

For more information about the Plate Pass program, how it works, and how to sign up for the offer, visit https://urbanplates.com/plate-pass/.

Stay tuned! Next week read my review of Urban Plates in Torrance! I was quite impressed!

About Urban Plates

Urban Plates began in 2011 with a single restaurant in Del Mar, California; there are currently 18 locations, with more to come in 2022. Headquartered in Solana Beach, CA, the brand has locations throughout San Diego, Orange County, and the greater Los Angeles area, with additional restaurants in Northern California and Washington D.C. Urban Plates’ expansive menu items are made fresh in-house, from scratch, every day and feature clean (organic whenever and as much as possible) ingredients. Recipes feature GMO-, antibiotic-, and hormone-free, grass-fed, and grass-finished steak; line-caught tuna; sustainably sourced seafood; and humanely raised and sourced, cage-free, hormone-free chicken. The group works exclusively with farmers and ranchers that meet its ethical and environmental standards. With menus that include gluten-free, plant-based, dairy-free, pescatarian, low-carb, or any combination of the above, Urban Plates is committed to bringing craveable variety and honest value to its guests. Visit the brand online at www.urbanplates.com, or follow on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and Twitter

Credit: Urban Plates.