Best in season
What better way to celebrate summer’s abundance than with rich, creamy burrata that recalls fond memories and inspires ones we haven’t made yet. We’ve sourced fresh regional fruits at their peak to pair with our lush burrata for a hyper-local yet transportive experience.
Summer peach vacation
When the heat swells, so do the peaches. They bend the branches that sway in the humid afternoons as they ripen in the sun. Wherever you can find perfect peaches, you can taste how their mild, complex flavor elevates burrata even further.
Ripe for the picking
In some places, you know it’s summer because the berries hang heavy on the brambles and vines. Their color gets richer, and their skin smells sweet. In these regions you can taste how the nuanced flavors of ripe berries perfectly complement burrata’s rich texture.
Always fresh perspective
These transportive fruit and burrata pairings are supported by a cast of wholesome others. You’ll find refreshing mint and basil, leafy spring mix and hearty kale, and fresh tomatoes and cucumbers—all drizzled with housemade balsamic.
Our burrata is made from cow’s milk, hand pulled and worked into individual pieces.
Biting into its smooth exterior gives way to a luxurious creamy center with a mild flavor.
Our spring mix comes from a family-owned farm started by immigrants who came to CA as strawberry pickers.
They now run a fully solar powered operation focused on organic farming and soil-restoring cover crop techniques.
This cooling and refreshing vegetable brings a lightness and energy to all the ingredients around it.
Durst Organic Growers
We get our grape tomatoes from Durst Organic Growers, a family-run organic farm in Esparto, CA.
These tomatoes bring a bright, summery refreshment to our seasonal bowls.
We source almonds from Treehouse in the San Joaquin Valley to get the best quality California’s family orchards have to offer.
Their farms also build sustainable habitats for bees to make sure these precious pollinators are here to help in the future.
We get our basil from Jacobs Farm, one of California’s longest operating organic growers.
The sweet aromas of this basil add a delicate complexity to fruits in peak season and creamy burrata.
Our mint is sourced from Jacobs Farm, one of California’s longest operating organic growers.
We chose this refreshing herb to enhance the natural sweetness of regional summer fruits.
Rio fresh farms
Our kale comes from Rio fresh farms; a certified organic, woman-owned farm in San Juan, Texas.
We use Winterbor kale that we ration-harvest that gets us the same amount of light, delicate greens using 70% less land.
Originating in Modena, balsamic vinegar is made from freshly crushed grape juice with all the skins, seeds, and stems.
Its fruity acidity is the perfect foil for many of the nutty, earthy and savory things you find in a sweetgreen bowl.
Vacation state of mind
Get into the headspace of summer with sweetgreen.
Our seasonal playlist is back for summer. We’ve asked our favorite artists to put together a collection of songs to help us all ease fully into the summer mood. Hopefully it’ll change your life for the better. We can’t wait to tell you who it is, but we can’t yet (we might have said too much already).