Thriving drive-thru salad restaurant freshens up Houston with first outpost and more on the way
A restaurant that sells salads via drive-thru has arrived in Houston. Salad and Go will open its first Houston-area location in Katy (5200 FM 1463) this Friday, February 3.
The Katy outpost will be followed by locations in Richmond (19110 West Bellfort Blvd.) on February 17 and League City (2590 E League City Parkway) on February 22. Salad and Go chose these location because they’re in rapidly growing areas, according to a release.
Founded in Arizona in 2013 by husband-and-wife Tony and Roushan Christofellis, Salad and Go serves salads, wraps, breakfast burritos, and soup along with beverages such as lemonade, tea, and cold brew. Price are affordable, with a basic salad that includes chicken or tofu costing less than $10. Steak and shrimp are available for an additional charge.
Signature dishes include familiar options such as Cobb, Caesar, and BBQ Ranch salad. Other options include a Thai salad, Buffalo chicken, and a "Sonoran," with mixed greens, poblanos, chickpeas, corn, pepitas, Pepper Jack, choice of protein, and more.
The restaurant is growing quickly across Texas. Since 2021, Salad and Go has opened more than 30 locations across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Overall, it plans to expand from 80 locations to 125 by the end of 2023.