Nearly five years ago, STACKED: Food Well Built opened its first restaurant in Torrance, California, followed by additional locations in Cerritos, Thousand Oaks, and San Diego. Guests were able to customize entire meals by choosing from dozens of high-quality and flavorful ingredients, toppings and sauces to build burgers, sandwiches, salads, mac ‘n’ cheese, shakes, appetizers, desserts and cocktails, and more.
With engaging technology, complete customizability, and full service, the deck seems to be stacked in Stacked’s favor. The California-based restaurant is focused on providing popular American comfort foods with an unprecedented level of customization—something full-service restaurants often struggle to provide without a cumbersome ordering process.
STACKED: Food Well Built, the award-winning, full-service restaurant with an innovative ordering approach that enables guests to fully customize their meals, will open its fourth location March 20 at The Oaks Mall in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Launched just one year ago, Southern California restaurant chain STACKED: Food Well Built has become a true industry game changer by giving guests exactly what they want: the ability to customize their meals with the swipe of a finger.
Just one year ago, STACKED: Food Well Built opened its first location near Los Angeles, and now the innovative restaurant company is adding another of America’s favorite comfort foods to the menu, Mac ‘n’ Cheese, and giving it the STACKED treatment.
An independent panel of judges has selected the finalists for the National Restaurant Association’s inaugural Operator Innovations Awards. Three finalists in each of five categories–Sustainability, Technology, Food Safety, Health & Nutrition, and Menu Development–will be brought to Chicago for the Association’s 2012 Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show this May.
Don't expect a waiter to come take your order at STACKED. This casual dining restaurant has no waiters.Just iPads.STACKED: Food Well Built expanded its technology-driven brand Nov. 17 with the opening of its third location in Cerritos, California.