There are tasty bowls. Some outdoor seating. Close to museums. Typical pick and point salads. Unusual dressing choices.
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I ate here three times (once for breakfast and twice for lunch). The Poe salad (mixed greens, apples, pears, walnuts and blue cheese chunks) with steak was a stand-out out. The 'large', substituting blue cheese dressing for the vinaigrette, served as my main meal for...More
I wanted a healthy, quick lunch & found it at Mad Greens. I built-my-own & it was good/fresh. I had the warm pita bread on the side which was dry & taste-less, but all in all, good place.
everything on the menu is excellent! Employees are friendly and offer great suggestions. GREAT for veggie lovers along with meat eaters.
Large portions of healthy and fresh food at reasonable prices. I highly recommend the bowls - I created my own!
If you visit the Denver Art Museum and get hungry, check out this Mad Greens store. Not only can you order salads already designed, you can also make your own. We were there at peak lunch time yet experienced minimal wait and nice servers. The...More
I tried the Bonnie Parker salad. The regular size is very large. The combination of flavors was good--tart, sweet, tangy, savory. I liked it that the soda machine was open so that you could mix your flavors--I made a blueberry-cola soda.
Huge salads, reasonably priced. Sandwiches and soup, too. Right across the plaza from the museum. They have a good coffee bar in their space, as well.
Order the type of salad and add or remove items that you particularly want (or don’t), with lots of dressings. The salads were fresh and tasted good. I think I had the Bonnie Parker one which was primarily salad leaves, chicken and smoked cheddar. The...More
Juices were average but would love to see them give you options for fresh juicing selections. I had green drink another fresh juice.