When are you going to go back to eating at your local restaurants?

Lowes Kitchen sinks, a restaurant franchise that operates in New York, California, and Florida, is expanding its menu.

This week, the chain said it will open two new restaurants in Florida, and one in Florida and one each in New Jersey, New York and California.

The two new locations, located in Miami Beach, will offer high-end dining, including three courses, a full menu of signature cocktails, and signature soups and salads.

And in New Hampshire, the company plans to open two additional restaurants, and is working on a third location in the state.

The company also said it is working with the state of Connecticut on a pilot project to test its low-calorie menu at restaurants.

“Low-caloric is a big topic in the industry, especially in the restaurant industry,” said Lowes co-founder and CEO Jim Dolan.

“Our customers have always been telling us that they are hungry for a healthy meal, but the low-fat diet is not available to them anymore.

So we’re really trying to put our own twist on it and create a new menu that people can enjoy.”

The company said the new restaurants will offer two meals a day.

The first will be a salad with chicken and avocado, and the second will be chicken and rice.

The low-carb menu will be available to customers who order it through the restaurant’s website, which allows them to add their own ingredients to their menus.