The health boom of the takeover country has flowed south to Miami, and neither locals nor tourists can get enough enthusiasm. From plant-based restaurants and raw food concepts to regular restaurants with healthy menus, Miami has many dining options to maintain exercise and bikini bodies. bonus? They are also delicious.
Read our guide to the best healthy restaurants in the Miami community below.
In the city where bikinis are the norm, Miami Beach has a bunch of restaurants with nutritious choices that help Beach-it looks best. To combine the stylish Collins Avenue lifestyle with healthy food, head to the penthouse at 1 Hotel South Beach. This poolside restaurant is just a few steps from the sandy beach, with fresh sea breeze and waterfront views of cold-pressed juices, Fresh smoothies, açai bowls, razor vegetable avocado toast, chia seeds and almond ginger skewers, and even Keto-friendly cobb salad with black vinegar prawns, blister peppers and bacon mustard sauce. To the north, the Essensia restaurant and lounge is a Mediterranean concept from the farm to the table, The Palms Hotel & Spa. In this peaceful tropics, dishes and cocktail side dishes are carefully crafted with carefully selected ingredients in the Hotel’s organic chef garden, and organic and sustainable wine lists provide the perfect pairing for each plate.
Away from the bustling Collins Avenue, you will find more options. On Bell Island, Latin-inspired plant foods are served in bloom, such as yellow and red chia arepas, jackfruit “carnitas” and bean paste, vegetable fajitas, and tri-color Peruvian quinoa. Refrigerator Cafe Oprah may have become famous after she publicly declared her love for dessert, but do you know that it has many healthy options? In a casual and stylish setting, this environmentally friendly place offers healthier popular comfort foods such as buffalo cauliflower wings, kale and quinoa fritters, and beloved vegetarian burgers made with Indonesian tempeh, mushrooms, and quinoa.
When you try, you forget that you are eating healthy Soul Tavern, Miami’s first vegetarian gourmet bar and immortal bar. Get a comfortable, plant-like food in a fun, eclectic environment, like chickpeas and mushroom burgers with pesto and rice paper bacon, as well as craft beer, cold-pressed juices and cocktails, and homemade herbal tinctures. Vegetarian Scene When Miami nightlife David David Grumman brought in, he was even hotter from PlantaSouth Beach to South Fifth (SoFi). Led by executive chef David Lee, this Toronto transplant device offers a full botanical menu, including falafel tacos, “crab” cakes with black beans and guacamole, and banana bread with cultivated cashew butter. Yum.
Hidden in a humble street in Wynwood, Love Life Cafe emphasizes a healthy diet and a healthy planet. Go here for a yoga class or shop in its green-friendly pop-up boutique, and if you’re hungry, enjoy a plant-based, nutritious, delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner. For fast-casual stuff, join the jab bowl craze! Guided by Makoto chefs in the past, Ono Hashiko serves the popular bowl of Fresh, sushi-grade fish, rice, and a variety of colorful toppings in a bright pink and green, Hawaiian-style setting. It’s definitely worth stopping by, but please arrive early the shop closes when the seafood runs out all day.
Of course, Miami’s OG factory restaurant, Plant Miami, sits in the sacred space of Miami in Zen Garden. Executive chef Horacio Rivadero creates the avant-garde magic of a plant from a completely raw kitchen, which means there is no stove or oven. Colorful cheese platter with white truffle, smoked cheddar, and mixed pepper cashew cheese are the most popular, banana leaf tortillas, waffles with coconut cream and passion fruit tarts. The restaurant also runs a state-of-the-art raw food cooking school called Plant Culinary Miami, so fans of the menu can also learn how to make it.
Located in the heart of “The City Beautiful”, Miracle Mile is a European-style street lined with restaurants, bars, and boutiques. At the entrance, Seasons 52 offers you delicious food and you don’t even know if it’s healthy. This upscale barbecue and wine bar offers seasonal menus throughout the year, serving lunch and dinner plates, made with the most mature ingredients, and the popular dessert “shots” (Key Lime Pie is the most popular!) 300 calories or less. Catering to everyone’s KIND diet, there are vegan, vegan, gluten- and lactose-free menus, and more than 100 bottles on the wine list.
Sitting in the Alhambra circle, the charming GreenGables Cafe offers an organic menu made from grassland, grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic ingredients. Start your day with Paleo-friendly breakfast bowls, gluten-free pancakes or antioxidant-rich smoothies, or enjoy carrot and ginger soup, “miracle bowls” or chipotle turkey burgers on sprouted wheat bread for lunch. Another cafe, Greenberry, some restaurants, some juice bars, some coffee shops, and some smoothies. You can choose from a range of healthy salads, soups and “nutribowls”, but its best known are its detox smoothies and açai bowls with green, banana, pineapple, mango, peanut butter, granola and more.
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Located on the side of US1, he grew up the brainchild of former Miami Heat Star Ray Allen and his wife Shannon, who has five children-one with type 1 diabetes. Discovering the lack of fast food options in Miami was convenient, good and healthy, they decided to create one. Their fast-casual place offers local and organic smoothies, cold-pressed juices, salads, soups, sandwiches, and even a special vegetarian menu. Just near The Shops at Sunset Place in downtown South Miami, the planet is suitable for all types of food. This health-conscious concept is rooted in Italian cooking values, and everything in the kitchen is made from scratch.
When the actress turned-“Michi’s Kitchen” YouTube star Michelle Posada turned 18 and she decided to take a passion for cooking-she bought a food truck. The rest is history. Today, she owns a meter ruler at Doral, where she makes low-calorie versions from Italian and Latin American classics to Hawaiian poke bowls, smoothies, and more.
Healthy dining is certainly popular in Miami, so some health-focused restaurants even open multiple locations in South Florida. At Dr. Smood, get “good food” in Wynwood, Brickell City Centre, South Miami, Sunset Harbor and even Aventura. The menu here focuses on six health benefits: immunity, energy, general health, beauty, detox and strength.
With six branches in Miami, Carrot Express’s “less is more” cooking method has South Floridians lined up sweet potatoes, salads, bowls, vegetarian burgers and more outside the door. The husband and wife duo, Omer and Jennifer Horev opened nine locations in Pula Vida in Miami, offering allergy-friendly menus, simple clean dishes, and products made in South Florida.
When you visit Miami, there is no need to pack a vacation pound! With all these delicious choices, you can see and feel your best.