Chop't Salad Opens With Free Food Today in Bethesda

The restaurant will give out free food in exchange for $2 Manna Food Center donations.

Chop't Salad, an anticipated addition to the Bethesda food scene, opens today in the Wildwood Shopping Center offering free food in exchange for donations to a popular local charity.

For four hours today Chop't will hand out free salads and sandwiches for $2 donations to the Montgomery County Manna Food Center, according to its Facebook page.

Try our salads and sandwiches FOR FREE with a $2 donation to the Manna Food Center, the main food bank in Montgomery County.

Chop't Creative Salad Company
Wildwood Shopping Center
10307 Old Georgetown Road, Suite3
Bethesda, MD 20852

Wednesday, November 14th
11am - 2pm
5:30pm - 7:30pm
or until the food runs out

The chain has locations in New York and Washington, DC, according to its website. Customers can choose or customize salads or "salad sandwiches," salads wrapped in flat bread. Options include twists on classic cobb, greek and ceasar salads along with a few more unique offerings, like the "Grilled Asian" and "Palm Beach Shrimp" salads.

Diners can also choose from a seasonal menu, which features salads made with local ingredients. Those offerings shift every 60 days.

The new location is planned for 10307 Old Georgetown Road.

Becky Melzer November 15, 2012 at 04:48 PM
NOTE: Even though this Patch sent this with the NOVEMBER 15th email, the article is from the NOVEMBER 14th. The Chopt $2 event was on November 14th.
Katie Griffith November 15, 2012 at 06:07 PM
You're right, Becky. Apologies if there was a mix up with our newsletters.


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