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New Miami Lakes Restaurant Highlights Fresh Choices

New Miami Lakes Restaurant Highlights Fresh Choices

Just in time for National Salad Month, Salata Salad Kitchen has opened its first South Florida location in Miami Lakes at Cypress Village. The national fast-casual restaurant is known for its unique approach to healthy dining. Salata offers guests fully customizable, tossed-to-order salads and wraps, soups, organic teas and lemonades. All fruits, vegetables and lean proteins are chopped daily in-house. With five salad bases, more than 50 toppings and 10 house-made, gluten-free dressings, guests can create meals without restrictions to meet their own definitions of healthy.

There is no traditional menu at Salata. Instead, Salata allows guests to be in the driver’s seat when it comes to creating meals to meet any dietary needs or lifestyle preferences. Everything from the base to the very last topping is up to the guest. Guests are welcome to create a vegan-friendly salad, a protein and cheese-packed wrap, a fruit-filled bowl and just about anything in between — and they can enjoy the fact that Salata’s commitment to freshness is unwavering. Salata guests will never order ingredients that were on the line the previous day.

First-time Salata guests and regulars alike are encouraged to sample Salata’s signature dressings before making a decision. Why? The dressings are almost too good to be true. Salata makes all of its dressings in small batches with all-natural ingredients, and offers a variety of flavor profiles, from a slightly sweet Fresh Herb Vinaigrette to a one-of-a-kind Ginger Lime,  refreshing Fat-Free Mango to Chipotle Ranch that has a touch of heat.

Salata’s handcrafted, organic teas and lemonades should not be missed either. Crisp and refreshing, they pair well with any salad or wrap, and are just as satisfying on their own. Salata offers six unique options, from organic plum cinnamon tea to prickly pear limeade.

As the first location in South Florida, the Miami Lakes Salata team is proud to bring fresh, flavorful ingredients to the community–and to support the community. At the grand opening, held on April 25, Salata pledged to donate 25 percent of net sales from grand opening day to The Education Fund, a local non-profit organization committed to providing leadership and supporting innovation in the Miami Public School System.

Salata invites South Floridians to stop into the new Salata in Miami Lakes to discover endless possibilities. The Miami Lakes Salata is located at 7419 Miami Lakes Drive and is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.