Sweetgreen is reimagining the future of food, and connecting more people to the source — of their food, the people who make it, and the farmers who grow it. Use the app to order from an expansive menu of fresh salads, homey plates + sides, and see what Mother Nature has in store.
Pay in-store with a tap
Order pickup at your nearest sweetgreen
Order delivery straight to your door
Order drop-off to your local Outpost
Earn rewards for your purchases
Create your own custom salad
Modify existing salads + plates to suit dietary preferences
Save and reorder your faves with ease
Find the closest sweetgreen locations
Get early access to new menus
Add nutritional information for your orders directly to Apple Health
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We regularly update our app so that getting your greens is quick + easy. Stability improvements and bug fixes will always be included.
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Sweetgreen already means healthy organic food you can trust; now it means convenience too. This handy app lets you skip the line at your local Sweetgreen restaurant by ordering and paying whenever the mood strikes. If the mood strikes often, the app has you covered: you can find nearby locations, unlock loyalty rewards, and even place reorders with a tap.
Great app—unless they run out of ingredients
I appreciate the convenience of being able to custom order online and avoid the line to pick up my order. The one drawback is that one evening the store I order from ran out of kale so they just didn’t make my order or even let me know that it was a problem for them until I walked in and couldn’t find my bowls on the pick-up shelf.
There was a great deal of confusion about getting a credit issued and a new order placed, though those two things eventually happened. Unfortunately, my husband who expects the trains to always run on time was starving by then and wanted nothing to do with Sweet Green again. I also noticed that there were two big bunches of kale ready to be cut up so it seemed like the manager hadn’t allocated staff properly to keep food prep running smoothly. Another woman in line to make a new order had the same problem so anyone who wanted kale that evening was out of luck.
This happened only once during the dinner hour. I order dinner online maybe twice a month and lunch about four times a month.
Not Impressed with Latest Update
Until this update, sg was one of my fave apps for ordering food: I love the many, many options for order customization, the detailed item descriptions and topping images, and as a vegetarian, the ability to apply personal dietary restrictions as profile rules sets the bar for other meal order apps. On my first try, this latest version was a fail for me, though ... there is now no customer control over when to use rewards credit (and one has to use the app to order to get credit in the first place, which I have grumpily accepted). In my case, I have rewards dollars that don’t expire for three months, but they are automatically added in the app to my order with no option to ‘save for later’. Also, there is no notification that a store is closing soon - the app just kicks orders to the next day with no explanation if an order is made in the app within 30 minutes of a store’s closing. I understand that sg employees might want a half-hour buffer for app orders before a store’s closing - the app for a certain ubiquitous coffee shop does the same thing. But unlike said coffee shop app, there is no explanation that a store is closing soon and sg operation hours aren’t provided on the ordering page, so it’s easy to miss and really frustrating to go through the motions of making an sg order only to get to the order pick-up page and have ‘tomorrow’ as a customer’s first available option. How about a ‘closing soon’, sg?
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