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Field & Social preps new Yaletown salad shop location

Add another location to the roster for Vancouver's Field & Social.
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Field & Social is known for their line of salads featuring locally-sourced ingredients. Photo by Sophia Hsin/courtesy Field & Social

Add another location to the roster for Vancouver's Field & Social. The popular salad shop has just announced its fourth branch, which will be in Yaletown.

With plans to launch in early winter, the healthy eats venture is at work renovating a 1,445 square-foot space at 1030 Mainland St. The location had previously been part of the Moissonier homewares shop.

“We’ve been planning the Yaletown location since pre-COVID and since then, a number of new, like-minded wellness spots have popped up in the neighbourhood, so we’re definitely going to be in good company,” says Barbora Samieian, owner and creator of Field & Social.

Field & Social is known for their set menu of salads that focus on nutrition, quality ingredients, and supporting local growers. There are a dozen salads on the menu to choose from, which can be tweaked with the addition of select proteins, like chicken or tempeh, or items like a ramen egg. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options abound.

“As with our other locations, our salads are simple and delicious at the same time. Nothing comes from a bag - all our greens are freshly cut each morning, and all our dressings are made from scratch," adds Samieian.

In December 2019 Field & Social launched their third location which found them in the evolving area of Mount Pleasant that's west of Main Street and north of Broadway. Earlier last year, Field & Social expanded to add their second location, at the Royal Centre in downtown Vancouver.

The forthcoming 15-seater Yaletown F&S outpost will feature the same open, airy, and bright aesthetic as the restaurant's other locations. 

Most recently, Field & Social added a new member to its team, culinary director Stewart Boyles, whose new menu items will also be featured at Yaletown.