Mulberry & Vine is a counter-service chain that’s like a slightly classier Dig Inn. It’s mostly just a lunch spot, and you can get a solid meal here consisting of a protein like roasted salmon or chicken along with a few vegetable sides like kale, broccoli, and half a charred avocado. The food isn’t going to change your life, but it’s perfect for when you need to pick up a quick lunch and would like to feel like a responsible human who eats fiber and vitamins.
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