Best Healthy Restaurants in Phoenix

Looking to start 2018 by digging into healthy, nutritious fare? Well, these Valley restaurants dish up delicious, good-for-you fare to make your resolutions a breeze to keep in the new year and beyond.
Best Health Food Restaurants | Scottsdale
Farm & Craft (pictured)
Healthy, sustainable eats in a community-style setting

  • The lineup of delicious cold-pressed cocktails and organic brews take the guilt out of indulging (don’t miss the popular almond milk cold brew)
  • From the picturesque strawberry brioche for breakfast to the veggie-packed Rustic Farm bowl for lunch, the Wellness Menu offers good-for-you grub
  • Handsome modern-farm digs are prime for Instagramming

Best Health Food Restaurants | Scottsdale
True Food Kitchen
A flavorful menu that caters to all palates—vegan and gluten-free included

  • Be sure to try True Food Kitchen’s healthy refreshments and guilt-free cocktails
  • A wrap-around patio outside allows for people-watching in Arizona’s great weather
  • True Food Kitchen’s menu is based on the Anti-Inflammatory Diet by Dr. Andrew Weil in which each item is intended to nurture your body and help achieve optimal health

TIP: Two Valley locations: Biltmore Fashion Park and Scottsdale Quarter.
Best Health Food Restaurants | Scottsdale
Flower Child
A trendy fast-casual dining spot

  • Try the Kombucha on tap and a variety of local beers and wines
  • The ample menu offers soups, salads, wraps and naturally-raised proteins with no additives (all hormone-free, naturally-raised proteins)
  • Little ones will enjoy the variety on the kids’ menu, which offers gluten-free mac and cheese and organic smashed potatoes, among other eats

Best Health Food Restaurants | Scottsdale
Pita Jungle
A statewide eatery uniting food and art

  • Now open for brunch at its Tempe, Queen Creek and Ahwatukee locations
  • Choose from an array of appetizers, wood-fired pizzas, pitas and featured dinners (the hummus plates are a real crowd pleaser)
  • Order your meal online via their Web site for easy pickup

Best Health Food Restaurants | Phoenix
Luci’s Healthy Marketplace
An eatery and marketplace for the whole family

  • Stop by this Downtown Phoenix hub for regional fare and organic products ranging from cheese and meats to baby care and cosmetics
  • Enjoy all-day breakfast items like the Krabby Pants omelet (with crab, natch) or monkey-bread French toast
  • Be sure to stop by the retro coffee bar for a fresh smoothie or blended drink

TIP: Second location now open at The Orchard PHX. 
Best Health Food Restaurants | Chandler
Original Chopshop
Healthy cuisine with cool vibes and great outdoor seating

  • Gluten-free, vegan and protein-packed options are available
  • A robust menu boasts pressed juices, salads, parfaits, chia pudding and protein bowls
  • Protein shakes and breakfast options like egg and veggie hash make great post-workout eats

TIP: There are now Chopshop locations throughout the Valley!
Best Health Food Restaurants | Scottsdale
Kaleidoscope Juice
Healthy ideals for a delectable menu

  • Pack in some protein with the chocolate chip-quinoa cookies or trail mix cookies
  • Enjoy the Scottsdale sun on the patio or order your juice cleanse for home/office delivery
  • Uses roasters like Stumptown and Collectivo to offer some of the best Valley coffee

Best Health Food Restaurants | Gilbert
Nekter Juice Bar (pictured)
Tempting juices and delectably filling acai bowls

  • For a hearty start to the day, order up the pitaya bowl topped with crunchy hempseed granola, banana and raw coconut flakes
  • Fend off sickness with the slightly sweet The Cure juice, which is packed with antioxidants
  • Give the kids their daily intake of fruit and veggies with the $3.25 just-their-size juices and smoothies

TIP: Now with online ordering.
Best Health Food Restaurants | Phoenix
Protein House 
With locations throughout the Valley, healthful dining has never been easier

  • Well-known for its indulgent protein-packed pancakes, with the dessert-worthy PB & J pancake being a standout
  • For a slightly spicy lunch, the Thai Monster Bowl, with beef, broccoli and asparagus, is topped with housemade Thai peanut sauce and chopped peanuts
  • Start the day on the right food with one of Protein House’s delectable acai bowls, each topped with fresh fruit
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