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Ace | Apr 28, 200604:42 PM     4

I wanted to report that I just ate one of the most delicious, generously portioned salads of my eating career. Mixt Greens offers almost entirely organic produce- you can choose your ingredients and they mix it up for you, or select a standard combo. I had a Cobb salad with golden beets added in. The proportions of the salad ingredients were perfect (you know how there's NEVER enough bacon to go with the last of the greens? Well, there was this time, and the bacon was perfectly cooked), ripe (if slightly chilled) cherry tomatoes, smoky grilled chicken, creamy Point Reyes blue cheese, perfect greens....and it was huge.

My coworker got the Bachelor, with grilled filet mignon. She said the balsamic onion marmelade on it was absolutely great.

If you work in the Fidi, and you're a salad eater, you must go.

The line was out the door when we left, but when we got there at about 12:15 it took about 10 minutes to get our salads.

Yum.

120 Sansome at Bush.

Link: http://www.mixtgreens.com

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