Summers are made for salads — crisp, cool, flavorful salads filled with all the great produce the season has to offer. We’re looking at you, sweet corn and zucchini. And yes, obviously you too, peaches and heirloom tomatoes. And, it wouldn’t be MIXT if we didn’t put a twist on the season with ingredients like chili lime salt and matcha. Summer is also a time when we reconnect with our awe of the outdoors. It’s what inspired our campaign to make Francisco Park a reality. Cheers to eating with the seasons, greener tomorrows, and making real food choices.View Menu
Sustainable, local, non GMO, organic, the list goes on, so what matters most? What matters most to us is creating delicious meals that support healthy lifestyles. People come to Mixt to eat nutrient-rich, whole foods that taste great. That’s what makes us different.See Our Story
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