There's a place here in southeast Ohio called Lake Manor. Has a huge salad bar full of all kinds of cold salads like macaroni and potato salad. All your standard veggies, as well as multiple kinds of soups. Tons of different types pickles. Pretty much everyone I know orders a meal and just fills up on the salad bar because it's so good and takes their entree home. Only place I've ever been to like that.
Churrascaria aka Brasilian steak houses.
Get some quail eggs and articoke hearts.
The trick is to not be distracted by the salad bar but to concenstrate on the meat, and even then, you can ask for things such as chicken hearts and such, don't take what first comes around.
It's a marketing game.
It made a ton of sense, but you're a moron and no matter what I say to you, you'll still still think some wilted lettuce on a McBurger is best for you. So be it. No need to insult me, you'll get older and will understand.
But..the point...the objective...the...nevermind.
Don't be confused fellow /ck'er have a burger and some ribs.
Yes this thread continues to make sense.
This, but not just Fogo de Chao, any Brazilian steakhouse will have an amazing salad bar.
Other than that, salad bars are hard to come by these days. Locally, the only other place that has a good salad bar besides the local brazilian joint is fucking Sizzler. The only good things at Sizzler is their salad bar, and their burgers.
GOTO THE FUCKING GROCERY STORE.
HEB doesn't have a fucking salad bar? I know Whole Foods does and Austin has a couple WFMs right? And because most of the veg is either from Cali or Mexico, it's probably a buck or two cheaper per pound than my midwest grocers.
You are welcome.
There are no open salad bars at grocery stores. They all do it by weight and it's fuckton expensive.
I just want to stuff my face with lettuce and not worry about "hm how many oz of food do I have here?"
And actually HEB sucks ass and doesn't have a salad bar (at least not the one near me).
>they have sneeze guards.
>He says, smugly chewing a leaf of romaine as Snotnose McBoogerfinger the seven year old rubs his leaky nose, yelps, and grabs with his sticky fingers the greasy plastic communal salad bar tongs.