47 "Keeping It Kind Of Healthy" restaurants in Chicago.
When you’re sick of pizza, but not quite ready for a 10-day juice cleanse, the happy medium is a restaurant that’s “kind of healthy.” It’s a place where you can have a nice piece of fish, but with a side of something fried.
Daisies in Logan Square serves excellent housemade pasta that will make you want to eat your vegetables.
3 Greens Market has a lot going on: Small Cheval burgers, Dillman's pastrami, salad bar, coffee, booze, and ping pong. Feel free to hang out.
Lula Cafe is a Logan Square staple that’s Perfect For a lot of occasions. It’s always a reliable place to eat.
Raisu is a casual spot in Albany Park that serves high-quality sushi.
The Allis is open to the public on the first floor of Soho House, and it's a great place to settle in for coffee, food, and even your work.
En Hakkore is a quick, casual, and fresh twist on Korean food. The healthier bibimbap or sashimi-bap might make you a regular, but the paratha tacos will tempt you all the time.
Ēma is a small plates Mediterranean restaurant in River North, and it's good for a lot of occasions.
Doc B's fills a River North gap by being a sit-down restaurant that serves casual and health conscious food.
More comfortable than a MINI Cooper, Beatrix is a casual and versatile restaurant in River North.
A poke bowl stand that's great for a quick meal inside the French Market.
It's summer year round at Summer House Santa Monica. Don your finest Lululemon and chambray in an upscale dining environment.
Fresh, casual seafood that's ideal for any day involving a trip to the park.
Mahalo is a Hawaiian restaurant that hopped on the poke trend. The island vibes are heavy, but the food isn't great.
No Bones Beach Club is a vegan restaurant in Wicker Park. Get the nachos.