Eating things in bowls has been trending hard the past couple of years (here’s proof). With all the hubbub over grain bowls, acai bowls and the like, let us not forget the O.G. of bowl foods: the green salad.

We’ve scoured menus across L.A. to find salads that could inspire the most greens-averse to grab a fork. Our well-researched shortlist highlights big flavor, spring and summer ingredients, and artful plating. Crafted in the kitchens of lunch and dinner spots we already adore, these three bowls are worth braving the 405 for.

Check out three of our favorite L.A. eateries and the salads luring us through their doors. For more salad-inspo, explore our ten favorite recipes for green bowls that won’t bore your tastebuds.

MOMED in Beverly HIlls | Pear and Citrus Salad
MOMED, the modern Mediterranean eatery, with locations in Beverly Hills and Atwater Village, is celebrating spring’s bounty of produce with a gorgeous Pear and Citrus Salad featuring fennel, endive, pomegranate, orange segments, pears and a creamy citrus vinaigrette. The Atwater location has a huge, sleek patio, and Beverly Hills is great for lunchtime people watching!

Daily Dose Cafe in D.T.L.A. | Big Salad 
The Arts District’s Daily Dose Cafe has been serving healthy, delicious organic food in a picturesque alleyway for several years now, and their new Big Salad is pretty, tasty and filling. There are mixed organic greens, grown in their on-site mini farm, feta cheese, blueberries, strawberries, herbed croutons and a sugar-free citrus vinaigrette.

Cliff’s Edge in Silverlake | Baby Beets Salad
At Cliff’s Edge, the Silver Lake restaurant with the stunning tree-covered patio, chef Gavin Humes has a colorful and bright Baby Beets Salad. Roasted baby beets rub shoulders with clementine, pistachios, avocado, caraway, balsamic, brown butter and berries.

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