Snappy Salads, a Dallas-based concept that was founded in 2006, recently opened its fourth restaurant in Richardson, Texas. Founder Chris Dahlander’s latest unit emphasizes sustainability, as do the other locations. The restaurants, except for one mall location, are distinctive for their communal tables made from recycled wood. RELATED • New Pizza Factory CEO targets better margins, traffic • After 2 years, Snappy Salads knows the ins and outs of being ...
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