Houston-based Salata opens new Fort Worth location on September 17 with half-price food
Houston-based salad purveyor Salata will celebrate the grand opening of its new location on Berry Street in Fort Worth with half priced salads all day on September 17.
The first 50 people in line on the grand opening day will receive a gift card with a value up to $100. The Texas Christian University mascot, Super Frog, will also be at the store between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. for photos and whatever you think you can talk about with a silent human trapped inside a frog costume.
The new location joins a Sundance Square Salata.
Salata restaurants offer completely customizable salads and salad wraps made with a variety of more than 50 fresh, healthy ingredients. Unlike its competitors, salads and wraps are assembled and tossed by staff and then sold for a set price rather than by weight. Freshly prepared soups, fresh-baked breads and desserts are also available. All locations are gluten-free certified and, in late 2014, vegan proteins were added to the lineup.
2864 W Berry Street, Fort Worth