Take a closer look at the key differentiating features — or Breakout Factors — that are fueling Native Foods Cafe's success.
Although Native Foods was founded in in 1994 in Palm Springs, Calif. by Tanya Petrovna, new owners Andrea McGinty and Daniel Dolan moved the concept to Chicago and opened this location in the West Loop area. Photo: Native Foods Café
Native Foods attracts vegetarians, vegans, and meat eaters alike with scratch-made meat-free dishes like its Chicken Run Ranch Burger. Photo: Native Foods Café
This Crispy Chicken, Bacon, and Avocado Club sandwich doesn't actually include any chicken. Its "Native Chicken" is made of soy protein and grains. Photo: Native Foods Café
Native Foods' Thai Meatball Bowl is one of the concept's most popular dishes. Photo: Native Foods Café
Native Foods finished 2013 with 13 units, and then doubled that count to finish 2014 with 26 locations. The goal is 200 units within five years, the company said. Photo: Native Foods Café