Sala & Betty is one of the latest additions to the resurrection of Airport Blvd. The New American style menu features local and seasonal cuisine prepared from scratch, including a fantastic selection of gluten-free and vegetarian options. It’s a charming, casual restaurant that offers healthy, scratch-made meals with a focus on diners who prefer not to cook, perfect for someone like me.
At first glance you’ll probably immediately notice the drive-thru option, which admittedly threw me off when I initially arrived. But don’t worry, it is by no means any sort of cheap little fast food restaurant. Honestly I think it’s a great option for the type of diner looking for a little convenience, especially when weather conditions aren’t very favorable.
This is not a fancy uptown restaurant, but if you’re like me you may develop a little school-boy crush on the overall charm it has to offer. The menu and general appeal of Sala & Betty is attractive and engaging. It’s a great spot for a special Tinder date, or an impromptu dinner with your parents. It’s a comfortable spot for a no-frills lunch or dinner, with a smart-casual ambiance, perfect for guys like me that are trying to appear slightly more sophisticated than we actually are.
What To Order
Mister T | Smoked Wagyu Sirloin, fries, avocado aioli, mixed greens, bleu cheese sauce – $10
The Sala | Smoked Chicken, fries, smoked tomato aioli, mixed greens, chilantro mint yogurt – $10
Gnocchi | Thyme Brown Butter, celery, swiss chard, apple cider gastrique – $7
Pork Cheek | Carrot mash, peach relish, green onions, coconut pancakes – $7
Black Drum | pickled okra, black olives, eggplant puree, tomato vinaigrette
Fried Chicken | Buttermilk Biscuit, fried egg, bacon, cheddar, gravy
Croque Madame | ham, cheese, bechamel, fried egg, french fries – $10
Hair of the Dog Fries | French Fries topped with Queso, Pork, Fried Egg Served with a Lone Star – $10
Monday – Thursday: 8 p.m. – 9 p.m.Friday – Saturday: 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.