Salad and Go to Open New Locations in Dallas, Carrollton and Fort Worth

The movement that's bringing fresh, healthy food to the drive-thru is on a roll in Texas.
Salad and Go to Open New Locations in Dallas, Carrollton and Fort Worth
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Salad and Go is continuing its healthy drive-thru revolution in Texas with plans to open several new locations. The first will be located at 14909 Coit Rd. in Dallas . The second will be located at 4213 N. Josey Ln. in Carrollton.

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Salad and Go opened its first Richardson location in June 2021. It also has locations in Plano, Fort Worth and at 5101 Ross Ave. in Dallas. According to its website, a second Fort Worth location can be expected soon at Beach and Timberland.

Unlike most drive-thru restaurants, the brand offers fresh, made-to-order, health-conscious items including salads, wraps, soups and drinks for fairly low prices. Customers are given the option to customize their salads with protein such as chicken, tofu, and shrimp. Its menu also features breakfast items including $2.99 burritos and $1 organic cold brew.

“Our mission is to be for everyone, not the few,” CEO Joel Chrisman. “To continually keep prices low or drive them lower, our menu is made to order… [it’s] extremely efficient and affordable and craveable.”

Apart from its fast, healthy, and low-cost dining concept, the brand is also known for its charity donations. Their local restaurants donate fresh salads weekly to various organizations fighting homelessness and hunger throughout North Texas.

“When we say for everyone, we want to make sure that you know in some cases, even if you can’t afford it, that you have access to that same healthy, nutritious food,” Chrisman said.

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Danita White

Danita White

Danita White is a content creator and digital marketer based in DFW. With several years of experience in fast food, casual dining and fine dining catering, she is most excited about food and beverage. Currently, her work is primarily focused on the hospitality industry and helping SMBs within that space tell their stories socially.
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