39 "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.
V Street is Vedge’s much cooler and more casual younger sister that serves vegan street food and cocktails.
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.
Soup Kitchen Cafe is a small breakfast and lunch spot in Kensington that’s easy, casual, and pretty cheap.
Goldie is a fast casual falafel shop in Rittenhouse that’s good for a healthy lunch or casual dinner.
Charlie Was A Sinner is a vegan bar in Midtown Village that’s good for meeting up with a friend for a drink and a few small plates.
Ants Pants is an all-day Australian cafe in Queen Village that has a solid weekday brunch.