Long lines for salads in New York emanate commotion in a days after “eat healthy” New Year’s resolutions.
They’ve left from quick food to intensely delayed salads.
New Yorkers perplexing to make good on “eat healthy” resolutions are mobbing salad joints — withdrawal many on prolonged lines impiety their radicchio-strewn diets.
“You guys can go f–k yourselves!” one really hangry businessman in a Patagonia puffer vest was overheard revelation his colleagues during lunchtime on Thursday, as he ditched a 100-plus-long line during Chopt on West 51st Street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
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“The final few days after New Year’s have been crazy since of a resolutions and people wanting to eat healthy,” pronounced another business-suited, kale-clutching patron there.
“Yesterday, there was a line out a door,” Maya Dillon, 46, pronounced as she left Just Salad during East 51st Street and Park Avenue.
“It’s always a busiest time of a year, right after New Year’s,” pronounced one worker.
“Everyone decides to be healthier for their New Year’s resolution.”
It’s no consternation that circuitously fast-food joints that offer reduction shaggy lunches are saying a slowdown.
“Usually, it’s very, really busy,” pronounced a confidence ensure Thursday during McDonald’s on East 42nd Street between Madison and Fifth avenues. “Today — very, really slow.”
It was also “extra slow” during a Chick-fil-A during East 42nd Street between Vanderbilt and Madison avenues, an workman told The Post.
“In December, there were a lot of tourists and it was really busy,” pronounced another workman there.
“Now in January, we see a drop in business.”
Meanwhile, during Sweetgreen on East 55th Street, Julie Pastor, 30, had to wait in a line of 50 people to get her guacamole-and-greens bowl.
“The line was outward a doorway and jacket around a sidewalk,” she said.
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