Salads from Wildleaf. Clockwise from left: Create-your-own with artisan greens, mango, jicama, green papaya, pickled red onion and queso fresco; Catalan salad with Tuscan kale, Medjool dates, hazelnuts and Manchego cheese; and Ancient Grains salad with sorghum seed, wild arugula, avocado, cherry tomatoes and basil. / Photo credit: Ligaya Figueras
Photo: Yvonne Zusel/Atlanta Restaurant Scene
Photo: Yvonne Zusel/Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Salad spot Wildleaf opening second Atlanta location

Another place for salad is joining the ever-growing list of places in metro Atlanta to get greens.

Wildleaf, which opened in the Terminus 100 building in Buckhead in early 2017 is adding a second location at 950 East Paces Ferry Road in the Atlanta Plaza building, Tomorrow’s News Today first reported. 

The new location will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and will also serve beer, wine and coffee. 

Wildleaf offers made-to-order salads and wraps, as well as specialty soups and salads created by chef and partner Randy Lewis.

For made-to-order salads, customers can select from a variety of greens or grains, then choose up to four ingredients and one of a variety of house-made dressings. Premium ingredients and proteins are available for an additional cost.

Co-owner David Morse said he hopes to have the Atlanta Plaza eatery open by September, and has plans to open a third location in Midtown in 2019.

The second Wildleaf will join several other salad concepts to make their debut in metro Atlanta in recent years including Salata, Chopt and Saladworks. 

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