IFC office workers now have a new option for quick and healthy nosh. Local entrepreneur Chris Rork and Atlanta chef Justin Smolev (left, with Rork) have collaborated to open a fast-casual salad shop called Dressed, today. Based on Smolev's successful concept in the US offering a variety of chef-created salads, as well as allowing patrons to make their own from greens, toppings and dressings, it's designed to be a leafy alternative to the usual greasy noodles or burger and fries. 'I had done years and years of fine dining as a chef,' Smolev said. 'That is my first love, but Dressed came about as a business concept. There was a void in the market and the fastest-growing segment was for quick, healthy food. It's not fast food, but it is fast and at the same time, you can have something created for you.' Smolev does get to flex his kitchen muscles on special daily choices like Peking duck and Hainan chicken salads. Coming from the fast-food nation, where quantity often trumps quality, the salad maker wants to give his customers both, debunking the myth for most guys that a salad won't fill you up. 'Our salads are really big, so you get volume for what you pay. They are also as healthy or as indulgent as you want. A steak salad with blue cheese and ranch dressing is not exactly healthy every day, but it's your choice of what you want.'