These 4 salad bars make easy, healthy and yummy lunches
Food resolutions usually involve eating cleaner, leaner and lighter. Salads are often part of that equation.
Food resolutions usually involve eating cleaner, leaner and lighter. Salads are often part of that equation. We love a good salad bar, and lucky for us, Tulsa is getting more delicious salad options.
(Prices: $: less than $10 $$: $10-$15 $$$: $16-$25 $$$$: over $25)
We are loving Salata, a customizable salad restaurant with toppings ranging from jicama to pumpkin seeds and bean sprouts to feta. Salata offers 10 house-made dressings. Teas, including cinnamon plum and tropical green, also are delicious.
1617 E. 15th St., 918-794-7277 | 6030 S. Yale Ave., 918-392-0890 $
Take 2: A Resonance Cafe
Most people at Take 2 are there for the prime rib sandwiches, chili or chocolate almond cream pie. But the salad bar shouldn’t be overlooked. Most everything on the bar is homemade, including the pasta salad and dressings.
309 S. Main St., 918-861-4555 $
Craft your own chopped salad at Crushed Red. Start with your lettuce mix, and then choose from toppings like roasted Yukon potatoes, artichoke hearts, barbecue chicken breast, ahi tuna, candied walnuts and granola. The roasted pepper vinaigrette is a tasty finish. Crushed Red’s soups and pizzas also are good.
1525 E. 15th St., 918-960-2015 $
Order a salad, like the Nutty Mixed-Up with chicken, organic field greens, grapes, feta, nuts, cranberries, raisins, pumpkin seeds and apples, from the menu. Or, make your own favorite mix of greens and toppings from the big salad bar. Don’t forget to pick up a few mini gingerbread muffins.
1330 E. 15th St., 918-599-7777 | 8321 E. 61st St., 918-252-9999 $