Mrs. Winstons Green Grocery and Salad Bar

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 3 reviews )

1999 Avenue of the Stars (at Santa Monica Blvd, Century City area), Los Angeles, California, USA, 90067

Serves meat, vegan options available. Small natural foods and snacks store with a large salad bar featuring many vegetarian & vegan choices. Pay for salad by weight. Also has a soup bar, build-your-own sandwich bar, in addition to some food, snacks, and cold beverages for sale. Only paid parking by the shop, but you can park at the Century City Plaza mall and then walk over; it's just around the building.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Salad bar, Take-out, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by gr8vegan

huge salad bar - Edit

It's been years since I've been to Mrs. Winstons, so when I found myself in Century City again, it was my first lunch stop. The line is long if you come right at lunch, but it moves fairly quickly. It's by weight and plenty of the items are heavy, so be prepared for a pricey salad. However, the salad bar has so much good stuff to choose from. The vegan items are clearly marked and there are many prepared salads as well as just ingredients to pick. There's a sandwich bar as well. I just really wish they were all vegan because otherwise, they are the best salad bar in LA as they say.

Pros: huge salad bar, lots of vegan choices

Cons: sells meat, dairy and eggs

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Good Salad Bar - Edit

I've been to 2 other Mrs. Winston's on the Westside, so I knew what to expect coming here. Parking is tricky, as the lot parking here is very expensive. I was advised by the clerk to park at the Century City Plaza shopping center parking lot and then walk over.

There is no seating available. It's takeaway only. And it caters to the business lunch crowd.

The salad bar is very extensive with good choices for vegetarians and vegans, priced at around $8 per pound. There is also a soup bar and a build-your-own sandwich bar. Additionally, there are some food stuff, snacks, and bottled cold drinks for sale.

My husband and I each had fixings from our own salad bar, taken out is clear plastic containers. The food was good. How can one mess up a build-your-own salad anyway?

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Wow, so I've been wanting to go to a Mrs. Winstons for every, but they are usually only open during lunch, which makes it hard to get to. I had a day off and was able to swing by this location. Just park in the Mall, its a SUPER SHORT walk, like 50 feet if you pull in the entrance next to the AIG building. You'll walk past StarBucks (large seating area to eat your Mrs Winstons at) and go through the building and straight out the back. You can also Valet if you pull in the main entrance to the AIG building directly in front of Mrs. Winstons (which is in the valet circle drive) but the mall is free for 3 hours. You start off with the Sandwich bar or you can skip to the salads. Vegan breads are clearly marked. There's Vegan Turkey Salad, vegan spreads, oil free hummus, etc, but the Salad bar has so many awesome vegan pasta salads, tofu salads, etc. You'll have to go back a dozen times to try them all! This is a DO NOT MISS vegan lunch spot and there are a few locations! On fridays if you guess how much your salad weighs you get it for free. Don't forget the nice seating area outside the starbucks in the same building to enjoy your Mrs Winstons. PS there are no groceries here, just chips & cookies, lol.

Pros: awesome vegan selection

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