73 "Keeping It Kind Of Healthy" restaurants in Los Angeles.
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.
Blossom, a self-described “Vietnamese noodle shop of sorts,’” Atwater Village location is great for a cold, blustery LA day (under 70 degrees).
Created by chef Sharde Jackson, Voodoo Vegan is serving traditional Southern food with a plant-based twist.
Run by executive chef, Kierstin (Kiki) Hadley, this pop-up offers an array of services, including catering, private parties, custom cakes, and more.
Happy Mediums is a very cute pop-up in Echo Park withe deli-style offerings and the best typeface in the game.
Holbox is a fantastic Mexican seafood counter and raw bar inside the Mercado La Paloma in South Central, near USC.
An all-day spot serving coffee, wine and beer, and great cafe food, Paper Or Plastik is a spot on Pico that you need to know about.
Thuyen Vien is a Vietnamese restaurant in Anaheim with tremendous vegetarian options.
Sogo Roll Bar in Los Feliz rolls up some of highest quality and most interesting fish in LA.
Marouch is an iconic Armenian/Lebanese restaurant in East Hollywood that does amazing things with mezze.
Kismet Rotisserie is a new chicken-forward joint in Los Feliz from the people behind Kismet.
Double Zero is a plant-based pizza spot in Venice that’s way better than you’d think a plant-based pizza spot would be.
Mizlala West Adams is a more casual, order-at-the-counter version of the Sherman Oaks location, but with the same excellent Israeli food.
Sqirl is a perpetually-crowded cafe/bakery in Virgil Village and our favorite brunch spot in LA.
People are at Jinsol Gukbap in Koreatown for one thing: gukbap - a clear pork-broth soup.