Restaurant specializing in drive-thru salads makes Fort Worth debut
The to-go salad revolution is coming to Fort Worth. Salad and Go, a massively popular chain that specializes in salads you can get via drive-thru, will open its first location in Fort Worth at 3400 Hulen St., and according to a release, it's coming soon: Wednesday, August 11.
Salad and Go was founded in Arizona in 2013, with a menu of salads, wraps, soups, and drinks. The portions are generous and the prices are cheap — part of their mission to make healthy food convenient and affordable. The restaurant also offers breakfast items, such as organic cold brew and breakfast burritos; they open for breakfast at 6:30 am on weekdays.
As is their custom, on opening day, the Fort Worth Salad and Go location will hand out a free salad or wrap with the purchase of any $2.99 breakfast burrito from 6:30-10:30 am. This offer is valid for orders placed at this location only, and is limited to one free salad or wrap per person present at the time of order.
All salads and wraps are $5.74 and include chicken or organic tofu at no extra cost; steak or shrimp also available for an upcharge.
Each salad fills a 48-ounce bowl, in varieties such as Cobb, Caesar, and BBQ Ranch. They also do seasonal chef creations. Dressings are house-made and individually sealed.
Breakfast includes $1 organic cold brew and five breakfast burritos with eggs, tortilla, and house-made salsa for $2.99.
All 24-oz drinks are also $1, including organic iced tea, lemonade, and frozen strawberry lemonade.
Fort Worth customers can pre-order on the Salad and Go app (available for both iOS and Android) or website. The restaurant will be open Monday-Friday 6:30 am-9 pm, and Saturday-Sunday 7 am-9 pm.
The company currently operates 35 locations and has more planned for 2021.