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Saladworks To Open In Merchants Square This Fall

WILLIAMSBURG-A date has been announced for a new downtown restaurant specializing in salads.

Saladworks plans to open on October 1 at 110 N. Henry Street in Merchants Square in the space that was once occupied by Hair of The Dog bottle shop.

The city of Williamsburg first announced in March that a salad concept establishment would be opening downtown. The city’s Economic Development Authority awarded an incentive grant to the restaurant for the addition of outdoor seating.

The menu at Saladworks offers signature salads as well as create-your-own salads using more than 60 ingredients and combinations.  Saladworks also serves soups, wraps, sandwiches, and paninis.

Saladworks has five other locations in Virginia including three on the Southside in Chesapeake and Virginia Beach and two in the Richmond area.

For more information, visit https://saladworks.com/.

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