Mad Greens

Mad Greens was planted in 2004 in the south Denver suburbs, and has since sprouted into eleven locations along the Front Range, each of them ready to serve up some leafy greens as a respite from all those burgers, fries and burritos. Mad Greens’ concept is simple: Quick-fast-in-a-hurry healthy meals offered in a clean but spartan environment that appeals to hip, health-conscious (there are vegan and vegetarian options) urban diners. Customers can choose from signature combos like the Crazy Ivan, with beets, goat cheese (Haystack Mountain!) and roasted pumpkin seeds, or create their own salad from the variety of available greens, veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds, then top them with gourmet dressings like sherry-molasses vinaigrette. Mad Greens also has a modest selection of beverages, soups and desserts, all perfect for a balanced lunch or dinner on the go.

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