Posts Tagged ‘Chop’t’

Lettuce Rocks No More: Mixt Greens, R.I.P.

In the immortal words of Homer Simpson, "You don't win friends with salad." So it seems for Mixt Greens, which, according to Prince of Petworth, is abruptly abandoning the D.C. market, a place seemingly saturated with leafy rivals, including Chop't and Sweetgreen. Signage at the K Street NW location (pictured above) seems to confirm this. […]

The Best ‘Rabbit Food’ Has Pork In It: Menu Highlights, Rabbit, Opening July 28

Sure, you can get a salad at Rabbit, the veggie-friendly eatery opening  July 28 in leafy Clarendon. But what sets this place apart from rival roughage hubs Chop't and Sweetgreen, according to proprietor Aaron Gordon, is the other stuff. Gordon tells Y&H that his personal favorite thing on the menu is the Cuban sandwich, priced […]

So Why Is Sweetgreen Expanding into Philadelphia?

You might have read that Sweetgreen is headed to Philadelphia. The ever-expanding chain plans to open its first shop outside the D.C. area with a store in Ardmore, the suburban community that co-owner Nicolas Jammet describes as Philly's Bethesda. The three Georgetown grads who started Sweetgreen — Jammet, Jonathan Neman, and Nathaniel Ru — had […]

Tangysweet Owner to Open Gourmet Salad/Sandwich Shop in Clarendon

Aaron Gordon, founder of the small Tangysweet chain, has signed a lease in the forthcoming Clarendon Center for a gourmet salads and sandwiches shop. Called Rabbit, the operation won't be like anything you've already experienced, Gordon promises, whether a Panera or Chop't or some other overworked concept. "It's very different from what you've seen at […]

Saladworks Plans to Make Us Eat Our Vegetables

Saladworks, the make-your-own salad chain based in Conshohocken, Pa., plans to open 15 locations in the D.C. area in the next few years, according to the Washington Business Journal. This green wave will start on March 4, writes Missy Frederick, at 1140 Elden St. in Herndon. More shops will soon follow. Reports Frederick: