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Your trip has been one big patatas bravas tour around the city and now you’re left hunting for salads much like the way Tom hunts Jerry. Head to Honest Greens for lunch at one of their four locations around the city. This fast casual spot has salads, grain bowls, and protein platters that you can pair with plant-based sides - all made with locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce. Their whole-roasted cauliflower with lemon yogurt sauce might just make you feel like you’re ready for more patatas bravas.

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