About this Business
From Our Editors
Regulars at salad bars, themselves, the now-owners of The Salad Stop a few years ago watched their options dwindle in both number and quality. That was enough to inspire them to open their own salad bar in Frisco. But they weren't satisfied with copying the models already out there. They wanted the speed of fast food without the feel of fast food. So, they did some in-depth studying of salad concepts, mixing and matching what they liked while leaving out what they didn't—much like making a salad, in fact. With linen napkins, chilled salad bowls, and healthy, fresh foods, they successfully avoided the pitfalls of ordinary fast food.
Through that success, they were able to further satisfy salad lovers with a second restaurant in Plano. Today, at both restaurants, diners are treated to more than salads, though. Their menu plays host to a hearty combination of housemade soups, loaded baked potatoes, sandwiches, and wraps. They also keep the healthy options abundant with pasta bowls and fruit smoothies, as well as fitness classes taught by lettuce.