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Just Salad opens first Queens location in Astoria with exclusive $5 offers

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May 10, 2024 By Queens Post News Team

Just Salad, a popular fast-casual restaurant chain known for its eco-friendly and healthy meal options, has just opened its first Queens location in Astoria.

The grand opening of its new location at 22-17 31st Street is this weekend; the restaurant had a soft opening on April 5.

Patrons will have a variety of choices, including over 15 chef-designed salads, wraps, warm bowls, soups, and smoothies. Featured items include seasonal spring salads, fan-favorite Iconic Salads like the Crispy Chicken Poblano and Thai Chicken Crunch, and eco-conscious Earth-Friendly salads that boast low carbon footprints.

Photo courtesy of Just Salad

In addition, Just Salad is renowned for its Reusable Bowl Program, which encourages customers to reduce waste. By purchasing a reusable bowl, customers can enjoy a free salad topping with each reuse, aligning with the company’s sustainability goals.

To celebrate its grand opening in Astoria, Just Salad announced several in-store promotions. These include $5 Meal Days on Friday and Saturday, May 10-11, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will also be a VIP Bowl Day on Monday, May 13, offering $5 meals to customers using reusable bowls. On Tuesday, May 14, Just Salad will extend the same $5 discount to community workers.

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Founded in 2006, Just Salad operates over 80 locations across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

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