New Salad Restaurant Opening In Annapolis
ANNAPOLIS, MD - A new salad restaurant opens this weekend in the Annapolis Harbour Center.
Fresh Green debuts Saturday next to Crumbl Cookies.
"Embark on a journey of healthy and clean eating at the grand opening of Fresh Green in Annapolis," the eatery said on Facebook. "Join us on January 27th at the Annapolis Harbour Shopping Center for a celebration of nutritious and delicious options."
On opening day, customers will get 20% off their second salad.
Founded in 2018, Fresh Green is like the Chipotle of salads. Customers can choose a pre-planned salad or build their own.
Salads range from the chicken harvest to the kale jerk salmon caesar. With 14 dressings and seven protein options, there are plenty of choices.
"Fresh Green pairs art and science with creative and conscious, packing flavor into every original recipe," the restaurant said on its website. "On the heels of a personal health scare, the founder envisioned Fresh Green as the place to quickly customize a wholesome meal without compromising taste or the quality of its unique ingredients. We’re simply putting convenience and benefit at the heart of clean eating."
This is the Maryland chain's fifth location. The others are in:
- Upper Marlboro
The Gambrills location is a new addition. It opened in the Waugh Chapel Towne Centre in September 2023, marking the company's first Anne Arundel County store.
Fresh Green plans to open in Brandywine soon.
The Annapolis restaurant will be located at 2574 Solomons Island Road. It will be open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
A sketch of the soon-to-open space is posted here.
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