Made-to-Order Eatery Saladworks Adds Four More Cincinnati Kroger Locations

Saladworks features customizable salads, grain bowls, wraps and soups with a bar of over 60 ingredients, including everything from apples to za’atar roasted cauliflower.

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Creations from Saladworks


It’s an accepted truth that you should never grocery shop while you’re hungry.

And a restaurant inside a Kroger might not be your immediate go-to for a pre-shopping snack, but Saladworks wants to change your mind.

The create-your-own salad chain recently announced that it's expanding its Cincinnati footprint in local Kroger locations. Saladworks already is found inside the Kroger at 4613 Marburg Ave. in Oakley, and three others recently opened around town with another on the way.

The new locations include: 

  • 11390 Montgomery Road, Symmes Township

  • 7580 Beechmont Ave., Anderson Township

  • 3636 Springdale Road, Colerain Township

  • 130 Pavilion Parkway, Newport (coming soon)

Saladworks features customizable salads, grain bowls, wraps and soups with a bar of over 60 ingredients, including everything from apples to za’atar roasted cauliflower. According to a release from the company, the Saladworks menu is focused around dishes that are fresh and do not require cooking, grills, hoods, and skilled kitchen staff.”

The brand has other grocery store locations in Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland. According to the release, Saladworks plans to continue expanding in Ohio, with future locations in Columbus, Toledo and Cleveland. 

Learn more at saladworks.com. Interested in other new places to try? Check out CityBeat’s roundup of Cincinnati's best restaurants that have opened recently


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