Industry News | May 12, 2015

Salsarita's Brings Back Mexican Chop Salad

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Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina, the popular restaurant famous for its authentically inspired Mexican dishes, is bringing back its popular Mexican Chop Salad to locations across the country. Beginning May 11 and running for a limited time, Salsarita’s will reintroduce the Mexican Chop Salad to its menu of Mexican favorites, which includes tacos, burritos, and Salsarita’s fresh, house-made salsas.  

The Mexican Chop Salad is a take on the traditional chopped salad featuring fresh pineapple salsa. It comes on a bed of romaine lettuce with black beans, grilled chicken, pueblo corn salsa, tomatoes, and cheese.

“Salsarita’s has built a reputation on fresh Mexican-inspired favorites and the Mexican Chop Salad is a perfect testament to that,” says Salsarita’s CEO Phil Friedman. “Spring is the perfect time to bring back a dish that’s so full of flavor and is a perfect complement to the season.”

Founded in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2000, Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina offers Mexican favorites such as five flavorful house-made salsas, custom burritos, tacos, nachos, and salads made fresh to order with an extensive selection of proteins, toppings, and fillings. Salsarita's was acquired by franchise industry veteran Phil Friedman in 2011 and operates more than 70 locations in 19 states, including eight that are company-owned.  

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