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Sweetgreen Opens in the South End’s Ink Block

The sea of salad continues to spread

Sweetgreen in Chestnut Hill
Sweetgreen in Chestnut Hill
Chris Coe for Eater

A D.C.-based salad chain that has massive growth planned for Boston just opened its newest location in a swanky new development in the South End. Sweetgreen made its debut at the Ink Block complex on Tuesday, as Boston Magazine reported, moving forward with the latest push to shower the city in salad.

Sweetgreen first appeared in Boston in 2013 and has since opened a total of eight local outposts in Back Bay, Fort Point, Fenway, and beyond. Further expansions are planned, as previously reported.

The fast-casual salad chain specializes in customizable salad and grain bowls made with regional ingredients that rotate with each season. There are a number of pre-designed menu items, or customers can pick out all the components of their salads and bowls as they desire.

The next two nearby Sweetgreen locations are slated to open soon at 87 Summer St. in Downtown Crossing and 39 JFK St. in Harvard Square.

Sweetgreen Is Now Open at Ink Block [BM]
Sweetgreen Wants to Shower Boston in Salads [EBOS]
Sweetgreen Coverage on Eater [EBOS]

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