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Tord Svenson | Jan 1, 200004:47 PM     6

Any recommendations for good salad bars in Boston (T accessible)? My wife and I often enjoy the company of two 4 year old twins born of a Cape Verdean couple who live in Central Square, Cambridge. The Central Square McDonalds is much beloved by the girls --mostly because of the indoor play area with its slide and "pool" of foam balls. Good cold weather fun. The Micky D French fries are OK --and the chicken tenders --for them. They like the McDonald's sauces --three or four varieties. My wife and I pick up a salad at the Harvest Coop Market ($3.25 per pound) down the street and bring it to McDonalds -- grazing the greens while the kids play.
Who else has good salads out there in Beantown ?
Tord

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