Looking for healthy restaurants in NYC with options beyond a salad? These restaurants offer organic and locally sourced ingredients with menus catering to all dietary preferences and needs. Some are formal sit down and others are casual counter serve. All are worth checking out! Here are my top picks for the best healthy restaurants in New York City.
ABC Kitchen is located in Manhattan’s Flat Iron District walking distance from Union Square. A Jean-George restaurant committed to sourcing local and organic ingredients.
Blenheim is a farm-to-table restaurant located in the heart of the West Village. Owners Min and Morton own Blenheim farms in the Catskills where they raise free-roaming animals and grow seasonal greens to provide their restaurants.
This West Village restaurant serves delicious local, seasonal and healthy dishes in the most inviting atmosphere. Their menu includes cocktails crafted with fresh and simple ingredients as well as kombucha. It’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Chalk Point Kitchen
Chalk Point Kitchen is located in SoHo. This “market-to-table” inspired restaurant offers organic, local, heritage and sustainable ingredients. Their menu includes fun cocktails and Kombucha.
Hu Kitchen is a casual, counter-serve restaurant near Union Square where you can grab some delicious, clean eating food without the worry. Everything is gluten-free and they are famous for their clean chocolate. Yum.
Want life-changing plant-based, gluten-free food? Check out Le Botaniste located in SoHo and the Upper East Side. This casual, counter-serve food and wine bar serves filling and delicious plant-based food. The Tibetan Mama is my go-to dish.
Mulberry & Vine
This casual, counter-serve eatery with locations in Tribeca, Chelsea, and Midtown, has delicious healthy food to stay or to go. Mulberry & Vine has clearly labeled vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free options on their menu. Order one of their creations or build your own.
This “hip counter-serve” eatery located near Washington Square Park serves mouthwatering bone broth, butter coffee, dishes made with real ingredients including, vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Oh, and let’s not forget the vegan desserts. P.S. The carrot fries cooked in beef tallow are amazing.
The Beet Table
This Park Avenue gem offers insanely delicious, veggie-forward appetizers and sides, plus, main dishes catering to meat eaters, vegans, and vegetarians. The restaurant is entirely gluten-free and super accommodating to those with food sensitivities. They also have a counter-serve restaurant called The Little Beet.
A trip to New York City wouldn’t be complete without pizza. Wild is an Italian restaurant located in the West Village. They are famous for their gluten-free/vegan pizza crust and gluten-free pasta. Mangia!
Let me know if you have a favorite or decide to check one out!