Taste the Season: The Best Autumn Salads on Philly Restaurant Menus

Sweetgreen's November Salad features these fresh ingredients. // Photo via Facebook

Sweetgreen’s November Salad features these fresh ingredients. // Photo via Facebook

I try to eat at least one salad a day. My motto is: the more interesting and seasonal the ingredients, the better. That’s why I have my eye on these delicious autumn salads at some of my favorite restaurants and cafes in Philly and the ‘burbs.

Get ‘em for lunch or dinner—or both—and enjoy the flavors of the season while you still can.




Bistro 7
Organic Winter Greens Salad: Port compressed orchard fruits, spiced pecans, aged gouda, roasted garlic-honey vinaigrette ($12).
7 North Third Street, Old City.

Bryn and Dane's
Apple Walnut Harvest Salad: Grilled chicken, spring greens, apples, walnuts, raisins, croutons and raspberry vinaigrette ($7.99).
400 Privet Road, Horsham.

The Farm and Fisherman
Fall Vegetable Salad: Seckel pears, pistachios, cauliflower, field greens, haricot vert ($11).
1120 Pine Street, Midtown Village.

Harvest Seasonal Grill
Fall Salad: Boston bibb, Belgian endive, bleu cheese, apples, sun-dried cranberries and hazelnut vinaigrette ($6 for small, $10 for large).
Locations in West Philly, Glen Mills and North Wales.

Pure Fare
Chopped Kale: Chopped raw kale, roasted turkey, apples, sharp local cheddar, toasted almonds, and lemon parmesan dressing ($9.50).
119 South 21st Street, Rittenhouse, and 1609 South Street, Rittenhouse.

Sweetgreen
November Salad: Organic mesclun with crispy spicy kale, agave roasted turkey, roasted sweet potatoes and shaved raw cauliflower, topped with a cranberry vinaigrette ($9.35).
3925 Walnut Street, West Philly, and 68 Coulter Avenue, Ardmore.

Saladworks
Autumn Harvest Salad: Turkey, craisins, corn, carrots and sunflower seeds, served on a bed of lettuce mix topped with crispy apple chips ($8.49).
Many area locations.

Wedge + Fig
Quinoa Garbanzo: Quinoa, chickpeas, roasted butternut squash, cranberries, pecans, autumnal spices and feta ($9).
160 North Third Street, Old City.

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