We have gone all around town searching for the healthiest (and tastiest) eats! In a city defined by its Southern food, tacos and BBQ, it can be hard to eat healthy, but sprinkled throughout, there are several gems that offer food that’s just as delicious for our tastebuds as it is for our bodies! Check out our choices below!
Updated May 2021
Using 100% fresh and local ingredients, Flower Child caters to any healthy eater from vegan to paleo--and doesn’t skimp on the quality! With a variety of salads, wraps, bowls and plates to choose from, there’s something different to try every time. And the colorful interior makes it hard to not snatch an Insta pic while you’re there!
If you’re looking for the best, healthy place to get brunch, look no further. Company Cafe doesn’t just offer brunch on the weekends--they offer it seven days a week! Company Cafe also serves lunches and dinners, all with a farm-to-table philosophy, so you know your food comes from an ethical source.
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Titled one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Dallas by many sources, Kalachandji’s goes back in time to the ancient recipes and traditions of Indian food. They implement Ayurvedic principles in their cooking to make their food not only good for your body but also your mind and spirit. If you’re looking for a different take on vegetarian food, stop by and try!
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Located across from Baylor Medical Center, Grabbagreen is a great option if you’re looking for healthy food to grab on the go. Their main menu items include bowls, with either a rice base or greens base, and wraps as well as smoothies, juices, and acai bowls. All the menu items are made fresh, and if you order online ahead of time, you can get in and out the door with pick-up.
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The Gem is the place to go to for optimum fresh-pressed juices and smoothies that use high quality and organic ingredients. Their two tasty go-to juices are the Green Glow and the Radiant Glow, but there are different juices for a variety of tastes. Between their colorful interior filled with fun disco vibes and the tasty drinks, you’ll leave feeling all kinds of groovy.
PRESTON CENTER | NORTH DALLAS
With poke eateries becoming more popular, especially in Dallas, Malibu Poke doesn’t shy away from offering the best. Serving top sashimi-grade fish, freshly made sauces and toppings sourced from local farms, Malibu Poke truly fulfills their mission of providing “a better bowl of poke.”
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TRIBAL ALL DAY CAFE
Tribal All Day Cafe
What started as fresh pressed juice has turned into an adorable cafe in Bishop Arts serving us up healthy breakfast, lunches and dinners! The ingredients are of the best quality and locally sourced and in fact, they say it best: “Our local farm friends raise cage free eggs and sustainable cheeses from happy chickens and cows... We believe in nourishment and quality over any exclusive diet."
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BREWED + PRESSED
Brewed + Pressed
If you’re up on the latest and greatest health food, this place is definitely for you. Brewed + Pressed is your typical coffee shop, just taken one step further. In addition to coffee and tea, they serve up shakes and juices using superfood ingredients, like pumpkin seed milk or blue majik, and they have healthy breakfast items, like vegetarian bowls.
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Truly a dream for vegans and healthy eaters around, the Dream Cafe offers a breakfast and brunch menu that caters to all types of food preferences. While they can swap out regular cheese on an omelette for soy cheese, or regular sausage for veggie sausage, they’re 100% consistent in using organic and local ingredients in addition to hormone-free meat.
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This might seem like just another build-your-own salad bowl concept, but it’s a lot more than that. At Mixt, you can choose one of their well-balanced and nutritious signature salads, opt for a market plate and choose your own main, 2 sides and house-made sauce or go for a hearty (but healthy) grain bowl!
The best part? They only source from farms and purveyors they trust, and always keep pesticides, chemicals and GMO’s out of their recipes.
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Photo courtesy of Mixt
HG SPLY CO
HG Sply Co
HG Sply checks a lot of boxes: healthy and paleo food, brunch spot, rooftop bar, great cocktails, fire pits, etc. In fact, HG stands for hunter gatherer! You can even drink healthy: a few of their drinks are infused with ginger kombucha. Sister restaurants, HERO and Standard Service, also offer very similar menus!
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS | GREENVILLE
ORIGINAL CHOP SHOP
Original Chop Shop
Protein bowls are the main component of Chop Shop's menu, providing guests with three key essentials: greens, grains and proteins. The menu also features handcrafted sandwiches with locally sourced bread, salads, acai and pitaya superfruit bowls, a variety of protein shakes, elixirs and fresh-squeezed juices. They pride themselves on quick and simple “feel good food”.
HIGHLAND PARK | LAKEWOOD
photo courtesy of Original Chop Shop
CRISP & GREEN
CRISP & GREEN
At Crisp & Green you can get healthy and scratch-made meals perfect for on-the-go days! They have salads, bowls, smoothies and more, and they're expanding into eight states. When it comes to the bowls, you can order any grain bowl off the menu or make your own variation with a greens or a grains base!
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SALAD AND GO
SALAD AND GO
Salad and Go is blowing up on social media, and rightfully so! Their $5.74 salads are all the rage, and so are their breakfast tacos and drinks. Make sure to get your $1 organic iced tea or house-made lemonade of any size! They have lots of new locations opening soon, so keep an eye on their website.
PLANO | OLD EAST DALLAS