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Culture Food Snappy Salads to open on Fort Worth’s west side

Snappy Salads to open on Fort Worth’s west side

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Dallas-based Snappy Salads is set to open its ninth North Texas location on Nov. 23 in Fort Worth.

The newest location is in a former Which Wich at 6115 Camp Bowie Blvd. Keeping in line with Snappy Salads’ corporate consciousness, the dining room tables are constructed out of salvaged wood from a 1920s building, and the dining area is lit using energy-efficient LEDs.

Guests can choose from 12 menu salads or create their own from a variety of lettuces, vegetables, fruit, cheese, dressings and protein. Wraps, house-made soups and oversized baked potatoes also are available daily.

“My guests have been asking about a Fort Worth location for a very long time, so I’m excited to fulfill their very persistent requests,” said Dahlander, founder and CEO.

www.snappysalads.com/

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