Yet another place to get a healthy take-out lunch in a container that’s probably biodegradable. Get a protein with two sides, or grab a sushi roll or some poke. Yes, even Little Beet does poke now. These guys have things like steak, salmon, kale, and cauliflower, and you can actually get a pretty good meal here. It’s a little more expensive than Sweetgreen, however, and it’s interesting to note that this chain started in Midtown.
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The Little Beet
The Little Beet is a healthy fast-casual chain with a few locations in Manhattan. When you have ten minutes to eat lunch, it's a decent option.
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