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Sweetgreen is coming soon to the Short North

The health-focused restaurant that offers salads and bowls will open its first Ohio location in the Short North in the fall.

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The new restaurant is slowing taking over the 3,700 sqft High Street space. | Photo by CBUStoday

A quality salad can be hard to come by, but by late fall it should be a lot easier.

The health-focused, fast-casual chain Sweetgreen is set to open its first Ohio location at 700 N. High St. in the Short North later this year, and things seem to be moving right along.

After Hanna strolled by and saw some signage had gone up in the windows, it had her looking forward to the healthy offerings. Here are some sweet and green menu items to expect:

  • Protein plates with miso glazed salmon or hot honey chicken.
  • Bowls with roasted tofu, blackened chicken, wild rice, and veggies like pickled onions, avocado, and spicy broccoli.
  • Salads with hummus, roasted sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and dressings like cilantro jalapeño vinaigrette.
  • Featured meals with caramelized garlic steak and herbed quinoa.

We’ll keep you posted as a firm opening date is announced.

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