2023, Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Lemonade Restaurant menu prices.
|Land & Sea Plate||$12.75|
|New! Red Miso Bowl||$12.00|
|Mango Chicken Bowl||$12.00|
|Marketplace 1 Portion||$3.25|
|Marketplace 2 Portions||$6.50|
|Marketplace 3 Portions||$9.75|
|Marketplace 4 Portions||$13.00|
|Ahi Tuna Avocado Poke Bowl||$11.50|
|Spicy Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl||$11.50|
|Thai Ginger Salmon Poke Bowl||$12.00|
Land & Sea
|New! Salmon Nicoise||$6.50|
|Citrus Poached Salmon Fillet||$7.95|
|Grilled Chicken Breast||$7.50|
|Curry Apple Chicken Salad||$6.50|
|Ahi Tuna Avocado Poke A La Carte||$7.50|
|Spicy Ahi Tuna A La Carte||$7.50|
|Thai Ginger Salmon Poke A La Carte||$7.95|
|Turkey "el Tijuana"||$9.95|
|Roasted Turkey Blt||$10.50|
|Herb Grilled Chicken||$9.50|
|Tomato & Mozzarella||$8.50|
|Grown-Up Grilled Cheese||$7.50|
|Red Miso Beef Short Rib||$7.95|
|Thai Chicken Meatballs In Green Curry Sauce||$8.50|
|Mango Chicken A La Carte||$7.95|
|Traditional Mac & Cheese||$4.95|
|White Truffle Mac & Cheese||$5.50|
|Southwest Vegan Chili||$4.50|
|Creamy Mashed Potatoes||$4.50|
|Seasoned White Rice||$1.95|
|Seasoned Brown Rice||$1.95|
|Skinny Lemonade + Blue Butterfly T||$3.95|
|Skinny Lemonade + Hibiscus Flower T||$3.95|
|Razzlberry Frozade - 12Oz||$3.95|
|Razzleberry Frozade - 16Oz||$4.75|
|Pink Frozade - 12Oz||$3.95|
|Pink Frozade - 16Oz||$4.75|
|Dark Cherry Infused Pink Frozade - 12Oz||$4.50|
|Dark Cherry Infused Pink Frozade - 16Oz||$5.50|
|Cold Pressed Watermelon Rosemary Lemonade||$3.50|
|Cold Pressed Lavender Elderflower Lemonade||$3.50|
|Cold Pressed Blood-Orange Lemonade||$3.50|
|Cold Pressed Cucumber Mint Lemonade||$3.50|
|Cold Pressed Classic Lemonade||$3.50|
|Lemonade's Bottled Water||$2.50|
|Cold Pressed Watermelon Rosemary Lemonade Gallon||$29.00|
|Cold Pressed Classic Lemonade Gallon||$29.00|
|Cold Pressed Blood Orange Lemonade Gallon||$16.00|
|Cold Pressed Cucumber Mint Lemonade Gallon||$29.00|
|Cold Pressed Lavender Elderflower Lemonade Gallon||$29.00|
|Cold Pressed Watermelon Rosemary Lemonade Half Gallon||$16.00|
|Cold Pressed Classic Lemonade Half Gallon||$16.00|
|Cold Pressed Blood Orange Lemonade Half Gallon||$16.00|
|Cold Pressed Cucumber Mint Lemonade Half Gallon||$16.00|
|Cold Pressed Lavender Elderflower Lemonade Half Gallon||$16.00|
|Gluten Free, Vegan S'mores Brownie||$4.95|
|Gluten Free Macaron - Caramel Fleur De Sel||$4.95|
|Gluten Free Macaron - Pistachio||$4.95|
|Gluten Free Macaron - Raspberry||$4.95|
|Chocolate Chip Cookie||$3.50|
|Caramel Peanut Brittle Cookie||$3.50|
|Sweet Lady Jane Lemon Bar||$2.50|
|Sweet Lady Jane Sea Salt Brownie||$2.95|
About Lemonade Restaurant
The Lemonade Restaurant is a quintessentially Californian restaurant characterized by its relaxed vibe, hearty meals, and airy interiors – truly, the perfect place to spend time with family and friends. The chain of restaurants actually have a strong presence in the state with plans to expand in the rest of the United States.
Here, diners are assured that their foods and drinks have a fresh and refreshing quality to them so getting the best value for the money is always possible. The Lemonade Restaurant prices are relatively reasonable considering the filling and flavorful quality of the salads, sandwiches and braised meats, too.
Alan Jackson, an accomplished chef, opened the first Lemonade Restaurant in West Hollywood in 2008. An accomplished chef, he left behind the upscale dining scene so that he can create his own dishes. He has a relaxed and confident approach to contemporary food, a fact that reflects in his dishes and desserts. He wanted to create fine food but prepared in a fast manner without compromising on quality.
In 2009, Jackson was joined by Ian Olsen as his business partner. Together, the duo expanded Lemonade Restaurant’s area of coverage. The chain has 28 restaurants in Los Angeles, California as well as in San Diego, Orange County, and the Bay Area.
What They’re Famous For
The Lemonade Restaurant chain is known for its healthy green salads, filling sandwiches, and hearty braised meats as well as its sumptuous desserts. Of course, its range of lemonades is at the heart of the chain for good reasons including their cold, refreshing and bright quality.
Why Eat Here
The Lemonade Restaurant has several categories on the menu including salads, sandwiches, side dishes and hot dishes. The salad options are among the most interesting, if not the most diverse, we have seen so far. The ingredients are aplenty, too, so there will always be flavorful combinations that can be made.
The Kale and Farro salad, for example, is a satisfying combination of green apples, cauliflower rice, and parmesan with the perfect amount of lemon vinaigrette. The Tuscan Kale and Butternut Squash salad features contrasting textures and tastes from the red grapes, Brussels sprouts, white corn and almonds with red wine oregano vinaigrette. The Turkey BLT Panzanella has crunchy bacon bits with tomatoes, avocado, and ciabatta croutons with arugula vinaigrette.
Most of the salads are suitable for vegetarians, as well as gluten-free so people with gluten allergies can enjoy them. These include the Chef’s Favorite with avocado, cherry tomatoes, and pine nuts; the Soba Noodles and Kimchi Vegetables with creamy sesame vinaigrette. Other choices include the Shaved Brussels and Dates, Orecchiette Pasta and Cherry Tomatoes, and Pineapple Chicken and Green Beans.
The Bowls are more filling with their combinations of meat and vegetables in a bowl. The Backyard BBQ Brisket has generous portions of barbecue beef brisket, butternut squash, and charred corn with a sautéed kale topping.
The Mango Chicken Bowl is a dish inspired by tropical climates with its oven-roasted mango chicken mixed with seasonal vegetables and sautéed kale served over a bed of seasoned rice. There are also the Reel Classic (ahi tuna, avocado and tangerine), Spicy Fin (ahi tuna, edamame, and tobiko), and Soba Thai Breaker (salmon poke with sweet soy ginger flavor served with soba noodles and peanut sauce).
The sandwiches are yet another reason to dine at your nearest Lemonade Restaurant. These can be eaten on the go although many prefer to eat them in the restaurant to enjoy their great flavors and textures.
These include the Jammin’ Grilled Cheese with Apple Bacon Jam; the Not So Little Italy with dried salami, provolone, and pepperoncinis; and the Herb Grilled Chicken with basil pesto aioli, mozzarella and arugula. We suggest the Classic Grilled Cheese because of the interesting flavor from the aged cheddar cheese.
The Braises category is just as popular especially among meat lovers. The meats have been perfectly cooked and their sauces perfectly seasoned so these are always a joy to eat. There’s the Red Miso Beef Short Rib, a gluten-free dish that also happens to be a chef’s favorite, and the Thai Chicken Meatballs in slightly spicy green curry sauce.
The Hot Portions are best for people who want something hot and comforting. The White Truffle Mac ‘N Cheese is a chef’s favorite because of its creamy quality while the Southwest Vegetable Chili is satisfying with every bite with its squash, zucchini, red beans, and tomatoes ingredients. Add one of the Hot Veggies, such as the Harissa Roasted Cauliflower or the Creamy Mashed Potatoes, and you have a complete meal.
Finish off your meal with a decadent dessert! There’s the vegan S’mores Brownie, the Macarons in raspberry, pistachio, and caramel flavors, and the cookies (chocolate chips and peanut caramel brittle), and coconut layer cake.
Don’t forget to enjoy the lemonades – and there are plenty of choices. The Skinny Lemonade T’s include the Blood Orange with Blue Butterfly Flower Tea and the Cucumber Mint with Red Hibiscus Flower Tea. There are FROZade like the Dragon Fruit Pink Lemonade and Black Cherry Infused Pink Lemonade.
To learn more about Lemonade Restaurant or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.lemonadela.com.
Lemonade Restaurant FAQ
How much is Lemonade Restaurant's Ahi Tuna Avocado Poke Bowl?
Ahi Tuna Avocado Poke Bowl – $11.50
How much is a Mango Chicken Bowl at Lemonade Restaurant?
Mango Chicken Bowl – $12.00
How much are Sandwich Plate at Lemonade Restaurant?
Sandwich Plate – $12.75
How much does a Lemonade Restaurant's The Marketplate Cost?
The Marketplate – $12.25