Amy’s Drive Thru- Sonoma County Fast Food

Amy’s Drive Thru is the world’s first ever fast food vegetarian, vegan, and no GMO restaurant. Amy’s opened Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 10am. They will be open everyday for service from 10am until 10pm in Rohnert Park, near the entrance of the Graton Casino. This is a seriously healthy alternative to the fast food restaurants available now.

You may know Amy’s kitchen as the premier purveyor of frozen foods that are available nationally in stores. Amy kitchen has been producing fine frozen foods for the busy families who want to eat more healthy. NOW, instead of stopping at a fast food burger joint, or picking up some greasy tacos, families can swing into a,us drive through and pick from fresh made salads, 5 different pizzas,  fresh burritos, or turkey burgers, and more. Almost everything is organic {95%}.

The prices are right too, and approachable for nearly every income:
The burgers range from $2.69-$4.29
Burritos are $4.69
Mac n’ Cheese are $4.69
Pizzas are $5.89-$6.50

Amy’s staff produces everything from scratch and really believe in the locally grown and farmed rule {some refer to as the 100 mile radius rule}; they support local farms, growers, and purveyors for most, if not all of their foods. Sour cream for the burritos and chili come from the Clover Stornetta Farms, the pickles are brined at the local Sonoma Brinery and fair trade coffee is served. Amy’s is strictly non GMO, period. They make all of their tortillas, buns, pizza sauce, veggie burgers, pasta, and tofu from SCRATCH! That’s way cool! That is the kind of fast food I want to feed to my own kids!

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Amy’s concept is hopefully going to change Sonoma County for the better, changing the way people think about the food they put in their bodies, and hopefully go beyond our county.

Not only is the food healthy, but they recycle everything too. There is a living roof and solar panels to help conserve energy, a water tower for reclaimed water to feed the living roof, take out boxes are printed with non GMO inks, and environmentally friendly tableware is used and recycled correctly. They’re certainly doing their part.

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This concept is a great example for our community and visitors alike; it really presses the point to feed yourself and your family well and healthy {when in a rush} and treat the environment with respect. Be mindful of what you need and don’t need, and try to do your part to support local business to keep the economy thriving and do your part to use all of the pieces of the land-no waste. I am excited to see them be successful with the drive thru and dine in restaurant here.
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