33 "Keeping It Kind Of Healthy" restaurants in Philadelphia.
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.
Vedge in Midtown Village isn’t just the best vegan place around, it’s also one of the best restaurants in the city.
Hungry Pigeon is an all-day spot in Queen Village where you’ll go for breakfast, stick around until lunch, and consider coming back for dinner.
High Street on Market in Old City is a bakery/restaurant that works for just about any time of day.
Spice Finch is a Mediterranean spot in Rittenhouse that’s great for everything from a client dinner to drinks at the bar.
Honest Tom’s is a vegan taco shop near Penn that looks like Snow White’s cottage.
Da-Wa is a small, casual sushi spot with a solid omakase offering under the El on Front Street.
Dmitri’s is a Greek, cash-only BYOB in Northern Liberties that serves surprisingly impressive seafood.
Apricot Stone is an Armenian BYOB in Northern Liberties with a big outdoor patio in the summer.
Little Fish is a seafood-only BYOB in Queen Village where the menu changes every night.
Helm is a good date spot in Rittenhouse where you can have a few drinks and split some seasonal small plates.
Green Line Cafe is a cafe in University City that serves a wide variety of sandwiches, including vegetarian and vegan options.
George’s is a Greek-ish diner where you can get some of the best breakfast and lunch dishes in Cape May.
Beach Plum Farm in Cape May hosts weekly dinners where everything you eat comes directly from the land that the farm sits on.
H&H is really just a shack on the side of the road in Cape May with a big deck where you can get fresh, steamed seafood caught that day.