Salads to Fill You Up




Since many of you are attempting to watch your waistlines after gorging throughout the holidays, here are five different salad options from around the state to help lighten your load.PLACE ITEMDESCRIPTIONINSIDER TIP IN A WORDIgnite Bar & Grill100 Hanover St.Manchester(603) 644-0064ignitebng.comManchVegas Salad$13.99A double dish with salad and a sizzling platter of chicken, shriimp, onions, peppers and sun-dried tomatoes.Rumor has it that Ignite is opening a seafood restaurant next door called Hooked on 1-11-11. ArtfulShorty's Mexican RoadhouseManchester, Nashuashortysmex.comOriginal Taco Salad$9.99Your choice of shredded chicken or beef and refried, black or River City Beans, served in a crunchy shell.There's a new menu at Shorty's - check it out online. HeartyGiogrio's RistoranteMerrimack, Milfordgiorgios.comGoat Cheese, Apple and Pecan Salad$8.99Baby spinach with apple slices, candied pecans, champagne vinaigrette and a delicious ball of fried goat cheese. Visit the exceptional bathrooms in the Milford location to admire the under-lit sinks - be careful, the water is extremely hot.Balanced 99 Restaurantmultiple locations99restaurants.comApple Crunch Salad$8.99Any salad can also be served as a wrap with fries and coleslaw.If you decide to try an entree instead, pay $3 more for a 3-course meal, which includes salad and a dessert. ConsistentJumpin' Jay's Fish Cafe150 Congress St.Portsmouth(603) 766-FISHjumpinjays.comMixed Green Salad$7.50Grilled chicken, green apples, roasted red peppers and greens, topped with crispy noodles, bleu cheese crumbles and cranberry orange vinaigrette. Be sure to make reservations since Jumpin' Jays is always packed. Book through opentable.com and earn points to redeem gift certificates. Seasonal
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