Good Salad Bar South Minneapolis?
Seward Coop on Franklin has a good salad bar. The options aren't as extensive as Whole Foods, but I feel the produce is much fresher and higher quality, and much less expensive. At Whole Foods my salad ends up costing close to $10, and always seems to have sort of a day-old quality.
The teeny tiny Kowalski's on Chicago just east of Diamond Lake has some takeaway options.
If you want some quick dinner options that are takeaway without necessarily being salad bar, there's also Firefly Bistro, on Bloomington Ave just west of Lake Nokomis. They're open til 8pm and have some yummy soups, sandwiches, and salads. You could easily bike there from Lake Hiawatha.
5155 Bloomington Ave
There's also a Byerly's/Lund's (I can never tell them apart) on Snelling in S.P. just across the river from you, and you're not too too far from the new Midtown Global Market on East Lake.
Well, I just have to post here, not because I can offer any
suggestions, but to say when I become Queen of the world, I
will require beautiful, organic and delicious salad bars on
every corner! Free of charge! And no canola oil allowed! I
was just at Linden Hills co-op and told them I really appreciate their salad bar- it's not huge but it comes in handy when I'm hungry and don't want the Supersize Me feeling.
Edina might be a little far, but if you're willing to go there, you'd probably like Q. Cumbers. I'm not a huge fan of this sort of place, but if a giant (and pretty decent) salad bar is what you're looking for, that's what Q. Cumbers is: http://www.qcumbers.com
If To-Go is your top priority, your best bet might be Whole Foods.