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The Granola Bar Expands Its Reach In Fairfield County

Dana Noorily, left and Julie Mountain, right, founders of The Granola Bar, in their new (not yet opened) Fairfield location. Photo Credit: Instagram
Instagram post showcasing the new Black Rock Turnpike Granola Bar location. Photo Credit: Instagram

FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Julie Mountain and Dana Noorily, the founders of The Granola Bar, are at it again.

The two, known as "The Granoly Girls," are opening another location -- their fourth in Fairfield County -- in Fairfield, at 1876 Black Rock Turnpike, by winter.

This, after recently launching in Armonk and Rye, N.Y.

Mountain and Noorily started their healthy eatery, known for salads, smoothies, sandwiches, gluten and Paleo-free items, avocado toast and yes, granola, in Westport, before expanding to Greenwich and Stamford.

The two say on Instagram that this is it -- for this year -- but as someone who's covered them for years, I say stay tuned.

Go to www.thegranolabarct.com/ for more information.

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