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Salsa Fresca to Celebrate Grand Opening Jan. 26

All meals will be 20 percent off and include a free fountain beverage on Jan. 26 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Salsa Fresca Mexican Grill, the newly opened business in Yorktown, will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

All meals will be 20 percent off and include a free fountain beverage.

Everything from the chips, to the tacos, tortilla, guacamole, salsa even the roasting of the peppers is freshly made at the store. 

The restaurant is a collaboration between Seth Hirschel of Bedford Hills, Marc Miles and John Tucker of Millerton, NY, and their newest business partner Dave Norris of Greenwich, CT.

Salsa Fresca's menu features vegetarian options, gluten free items and salads. In addition to their 'Signature' dishes, customers could build their own burrito, bowl, tacos, salad, nachos or quesadillas.

In an announcement about the grand opening, the owners wrote: 

We are conveniently located in the Triangle Plaza. This is our 3rd location in the area and we are proud to be serving Yorktown and the surrounding towns. Our food is first quality and fresh, period. All food is prepared onsite and executed to exacting standards. We source locally based on seasonal availability and quality of products. Fresh is evident in the flavors and quality of our product. We are committed to the environment and use friendly packaging to reduce our footprint. Try Salsa Fresca today!!

It is open every day from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. It offers takeout. For more information visit their website.

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funkjohnson January 26, 2013 at 01:34 AM
We went last night and wanted to love it. First impression, the decor is like a college bar, wide open, no booths, the kind of furniture that is bolted to the floor, and you can hose down at the end of the night - plywood and stainless steel and not a seat cushion in the house. That said, I'm not sure what took them a year plus to open. The food was meh, good salsa - although doled out in tiny plastic containers with about 15 semi homemade looking chips. Odd sage-y flavor to my burrito which was small and an organic green tea was just over 12 bucks. I should add that one of the women in our group got a metal filing in her burrito, perhaps from the edge of the counter top? They didn't reimburse or compensate her in any way when it was brought to their attention.
Patricia Peckham January 26, 2013 at 03:43 AM
I have stopped in two different times and thought the food was fresh, fast, and tasty. Such a nice change from yet another pizza restaurant! (Although I doooo love pizza!) The servers were friendly--all in all I liked it. Although funkjohnson is right about the decor--a bit drab and functional. Still, I will be back!
Mike Rodriques January 28, 2013 at 11:32 AM
First words that came in to my mind when I tried it were "poorly executed attempt at ripping off Chipotle". Didn't do it for me. I wish them lick though...
Mike Rodriques January 28, 2013 at 11:39 AM
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