There Is Such a Thing as a Free Lunch in Greenwich

The restaurant that offers salads will be giving away lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 15.

Leafline Salad Co. founder Rob Kessner. Contributed photo.
Leafline Salad Co. founder Rob Kessner. Contributed photo.

Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch in Greenwich.

Robert Kessner, founder and CEO of Leaf Line Salad Co., is extending the spirit of the New Year by offering diners a free lunch between noon and 3 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 15.

Leaf Line Salad Co., at 41 Greenwich Ave., opened last summer, offering healthy lunch choices.

In a statement, Kessner said, “We are excited about bringing healthy dining choices to residents and commuters in downtown Greenwich. Our focus on salads, soups, and other healthy meals and snacks makes us the ideal location to enjoy a meal that is both healthful and tasty.”

Mike Geary, General Manager for Leaf Line, said, “Whether you want takeout or wish to enjoy our tables, the entire staff stands ready to serve the Greenwich community. You will find smiling, courteous staff who will make you feel at home.”

According to the statement, among the salads on the menu are: Ancient Greek (300 cal), Emperor’s Forbidden Chicken (460 cal), Mayan Ruins (505 cal), Far East Vegan (220 cal), Raw & Glowing (355 cal), 21st Century Waldorf (425 cal), Sweet Cob (360 cal), and Hemp Caesar (245 cal). For the more carnivorous diner, there is Steak and Eggs (490 cal).

Leaf Line Salad offers 22 varieties of homemade dressings, which are made in small batches daily. 

For more information on the free lunch, check the website www.leaflinesalad.com, or call 203-413-9900.




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