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Popular Salad Bar Reopens in Century City

1999 Avenue of the Stars location of Mrs. Winstons reopens

By Kerry Slater

A popular salad bar that touts itself as “L.A.’s Best Salad Bar” has reopened their Century City location.

As reported by food blog Toddrickallen, Mrs. Winston’s has reopened their Century City location at 1999 Avenue of the Stars for for carryout, free curbside pick up, delivery and catering.

Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, the salad bar itself is not open, but a virtual online salad bar allows diners to create their own salad and pick up their order.

Mrs. Winston’s has long been a fixture for Westside diners looking for a quick, health lunch.

“On a quest for better produce, Santa Monica residents flocked to Mrs. Winston’s Green Grocery when it first opened in 1987. Local farmers markets didn’t exist and big grocery stores weren’t offering organic options. Ed Winston recognized the need for quality local produce and launched a farm stand style market in Santa Monica, CA,” reads their website. “Recognizing that customers were becoming busier and in need of a healthy fast food option. Our salad bar quickly became customer’s favorite Salad Bar, earning the title of LA’s Best Salad Bar by LA Magazine.”

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