Reneé Rapp and Sweetgreen Team Up to Release a Bowl of Her Favorite Things: ‘This Is My Tony’ (Exclusive)

The Reneé Rapp’s bowl at Sweetgreen is releasing on Wednesday, Sept. 13

<p>Sweetgreen</p> The Reneé Rapp Bowl comes out Wednesday, Sept. 13


The Reneé Rapp Bowl comes out Wednesday, Sept. 13

Reneé Rapp is serious about her salad.

The “Snow Angel” singer is partnering up with Sweetgreen to give fans a taste of her go-to order, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal. The special salad will be available in the Sweetgreen app starting on Sept. 13, through Oct. 23, in the chain’s stores across the country.

Rapp’s bowl is made up of roasted tofu, cilantro, cucumbers, red onions, shredded cabbage, spicy broccoli and tomatoes on a spring mix bed and doused in Rapp’s favorite dressing.

“The spicy cashew dressing is amazing, and it's been a new addition to my life in the last year,” the singer, who rarely changes her order, tells PEOPLE. “I switched from lime cilantro jalapeno vinaigrette with hot sauce to the spicy cashew, which was a big deal in my household.”

“I absolutely don't switch up at all. I eat the same things every single day pretty much,” the “Tummy Hurts” singer explains. “Being that I have a sensitive stomach, I can only eat certain things. So a lot of the bowl is just based on what my body can be fueled by during the day and at night.”

<p>Sweetgreen</p> Reneé Rapp says "the spicy cashew dressing is amazing."


Reneé Rapp says "the spicy cashew dressing is amazing."

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The partnership has been a long time coming for Rapp, with her love of the salad shop beginning five years ago.

“I have been a very public Sweetgreen fan for so long,” Rapp tells PEOPLE before recalling the first time she ate at the fast casual eatery once she moved to New York after high school in summer 2018.

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“We went to Sweetgreen for the first time, and I remember going back to my friend's dorm at Parsons and being so excited,” she explains. “I called my mom, because my mom and I kind of eat the same, like little rabbits. And I was like, ‘You've got to come to New York. You've got to try this salad place.’”

Rapp says her mom didn’t get the hype over the phone, but she didn’t mind. “I just got so excited, and then I was hooked,” she adds.

The singer even recalls when her record label asked her, “So what collaborations do you want to do?” she replied, "Well, I want a bowl at Sweetgreen."

<p>Sweetgreen</p> Reneé Rapp is partnering with Sweetgreen


Reneé Rapp is partnering with Sweetgreen

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​“Please let me do a bowl,” Rapp recalls pleading with the “main squeeze” at Sweetgreen. “I just wanted this so bad. This is my Tony.”

Since the beginning of this long-standing love, Rapp has shared plenty of special moments at the store, from private concerts with a small group of her fans to “the first date [she] went on with my girlfriend.”

Though Rapp has never confirmed who she's dating, in August, the Sex Lives of College Girls star star shared a sweet video on TikTok where she's laying on top of TikToker Alissa Carrington. The pair first sparked dating rumors in January when Carrington shared a birthday post for Rapp.

During an interview with The Cut earlier this month, Rapp said she was in a "queer relationship."

“I’m in a very brunette era. Anybody with, like, brown curly hair is like kryptonite to me. I’m such a slut for somebody with an artistic vision and a strong opinion," she said at the time.

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