Salad and Go opened its first Texas location in Plano, Texas on May 5. In addition to its brand-new Plano home, the concept has plans to add at least four more locations throughout the DFW Metroplex this year.
Guests of Salad and Go can expect craveable salads and wraps, breakfast burritos, soup, lemonades, organic tea, and cold brew, along with healthy options for kids that parents will also love. The menu is intentionally simplified and streamlined to allow for operational efficiencies that enable the company to offer the lowest price possible to guests. All salads and wraps are $5.74 and include chicken or organic tofu at no additional cost. Steak or shrimp are also available for an upcharge. Each salad is a hearty portion that fills a 48-ounce bowl with fresh, all-natural ingredients—some organically sourced—and a balance of veggies, proteins, and healthy fats. Core items like the Cobb and Caesar are complemented by customer favorites like the BBQ Ranch and seasonal chef creations that offer up variety and fresh new flavors. Dressings are house-made, preservative-free, and individually sealed for freshness.
Salad and Go also offers breakfast featuring $1 organic cold brew and five different breakfast burritos made with real eggs, an all-natural tortilla and served with house-made salsa for $2.99. Other 24-oz drinks are also $1, including the frozen strawberry lemonade, a great accompaniment to snack options like the protein box or seasonal soup.
Salad and Go is committed to disrupting the world of fast food, changing the health of America, and giving back to its local communities. In DFW, Salad and Go will be donating fresh salads weekly to various organizations fighting homelessness and hunger, beginning in partnership with the North Texas Food Bank.
Salad and Go is constantly assessing and implementing safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic by following all state and local municipality guidelines, requiring team members to always wear face masks, staffing appropriately to not exceed shift demands, and ensuring proper and frequent hand washing and sanitization practices.