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Sweetgreen Reveals Its Next Salad Spot Will Be Downtown

Plus, there’s a fast-casual Moroccan restaurant opens

Tom’s First Bite review for 9/27 on Sweetgreen in Georgetown Photo by Dixie D. Vereen/For The Washington Post via Getty Images

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Sweetgreen plots its third Houston location

Get ready for Guacamole Greens salad bowls downtown: beloved salad chain Sweetgreen has another Houston outposts in the works. CultureMap Houston reports that it will move into 820 Main Street, according to a company announcement. “Sweetgreen is heading downtown! We still have some work to do, but we’ll keep you in the loop as opening day approaches,” the website reads. The company debuted in Rice Village in 2019, then added a second outpost in Montrose.

A fast-casual Moroccan restaurant is now open

The anticipated ZOA Moroccan Kitchen, which boasts dishes like beef tagine sandwiches with spicy green harissa, is now open. The Houston Business Journal reports that the fast-casual spot opened on March 2 at at 4710 Lillian Street. Chef Youssef Nafaa’s new restaurant serves up breakfast and customizable bowls drizzled in sauces like mint avocado yogurt and red harissa.