Sometimes even the hungriest folks need a little break. Once a town where vegetarianism was a curse word, there are now more options than we can list for healthy, vegan, allergy-friendly dining. Recent additions to this category are making it easier and more fun to watch what’s going into your food.
Seed offers a range of delicious food that aims to create a holistic sustainable experience. Fare: Food for Health focuses on the snack and dessert end. Their cupcakes and cookies are about as adorable and sinful looking as those of their compatriots at Sucre, but they’re made in-house to be Paleo friendly, gluten and dairy free, among other good-for-you things.
The Pressery, brought to us by the folks behind Magasin and located in the former home of La Divina Gelateria on Magazine, features bottled juices, as well as almond milk sweetened with dates and waters flavored with chia and coconut; lemon, ginger and mint; and artichoke and raw honey. They also offer occasional yoga classes.
Of course, Satsuma’s menu of juices, sandwiches and salads remains one of our solid favorites. A recent beet lemonade from the specials menu was a perfect feel-good treat, and the kale salad is as good for breakfast as it is for lunch.