Amy’s Drive Thru opening next July at San Francisco airport

The Petaluma organic restaurant company said the new location will be in Terminal 1.|

Amy’s Drive Thru, the popular vegetarian fast food eatery that began in Rohnert Park, plans to open an outlet next summer at San Francisco International Airport.

The mostly organic restaurant company, the brainchild of Amy’s Kitchen founders Andy and Rachel Berliner, said a new outlet will open in July at the airport’s Terminal 1, which is undergoing a $2.4 billion upgrade.

“Get ready for next level airport food for omnivores, vegans, vegetarians and gluten free eaters alike,” the company wrote Thursday on its Instagram account.

The Petaluma company said it continues to work on opening a previously announced restaurant in Corte Madera. It suggested both its second and third locations will open their doors next year.

The original restaurant on Golf Course Drive features organic veggie burgers, fries, burritos, pizzas, soups and salads. It also offers organic breakfast sandwiches, plus shakes and a variety of hot and cold drinks.

Robert Digitale

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