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Mixt brings its West Coast salad sensibilities to Uptown Dallas


Salads, grain bowls and food on-the-go are the specialties of Mixt, a San Francisco transplant that’s planted roots in DFW.

Diners choose from an array of seasonal salads or grilled protein plates or opt instead to create their own from more than 72 ingredients that range from rainbow carrots and mixed greens to jicama, grilled chicken, red rice and roasted cauliflower.  

The company pledges all their ingredients are free of pesticides, chemicals and GMOs and says they serve more than a million pounds of local, sustainable, organic vegetables per year.

2355 Olive McKinney Ave., Dallas, (415) 296-8009

A version of this post appears in the July issue of 360 West Magazine

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