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The Best Healthy Eats in New York City

The Best Healthy Eats in New York City

When traveling, one presumably wants to try plenty of new food. But the overabundance of food in a lot of cities can be overwhelming. There can sometimes be an internal struggle between experiencing new cuisines and maintaining a health/fitness routine while traveling, which can be difficult to navigate, if not frustrating. So when I face this dilemma, I look for the best of both worlds: local, acclaimed restaurants that offer fresh, healthy, and sustainable options. Here are my favorites in New York City:

Two Hands, Tribeca- airy Australian café with light fare and espresso bar. Try the brassicas bowl.

Forager’s Table, Chelsea- Organic seasonal restaurant with sustainably-sourced ingredients. Try the royal trumpet ceviche.

By Chloe, SoHo- plant-based vegan café, juice bar, and bakery. Try the guac burger.

Bondi, Flatiron- minimalist sushi bar with specialty menu, including vegan options. Try the truffle avocado roll w/ cauliflower rice.

Cafe Clover, West Village- stylish, health-conscious American cooking. Try the quinoa tagliatelle.

Mulberry and Vine, Tribeca- whole-food, clean-eating casual dining. Try the scallion tofu.

The Butcher’s Daughter, Nolita- sunny plant-based restaurant and café. Try the plantain party bowl.

Dimes, Lower East Side- eclectic, Californian health diner. Try the almond crusted salmon.

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