Summer is only a few weeks away and if you’re still recovering from your post drunken eats after a night in the Grove or if you’re trying to get your life back together after Ultra weekend, we got you covered on what health spots to hit.
A fast and casual whole food and plant-based restaurant for any health food lover out there. You can sample their cold-pressed juices or nut milks from their grab-and-go cooler, while you obsess over their seasonal baskets and energy pots.
If you’re the fancy type, you can create your own salad or bowl. A definite must try is the “Soba, So Good,” which includes soba noodles, mixed greens, avocado, carrot, kimchee, bean sprouts, and sesame seeds.
2. Jugo Fresh
Now located in Whole Foods Market South Miami, Jugo Fresh’s cold-pressed juice bar creates organic juices, mylks, and smoothie bowls with raw and fresh ingredients. A popular bowl favorite is the “el dragon bowl,” which combines pitaya, almond mylk, banana, honey, chia seed, buckwheat granola, and coconut shavings.
An organic bistro that serves a variety of options that are simple, healthy, and organic. Their menu includes organic smoothie bowls and juices, as well as sandwiches, wraps, salads, and breakfast items.
Green Life Miami also believes in sustaining the environment by using furniture that has either been reclaimed, recycled or donated from local job sites.
4. Choices Cafe
Choices Cafe is a vegetarian/vegan restaurant that inspires compassionate choices by serving plant-based food, without compromising quality. Their extensive menu offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert, along with an array of different organic juices and smoothies.
Their menu ranges from a vegan pizza topped with walnut meat and carrots to gluten free pancakes, as well as classics such as mac n’ cheese and chipotle nachos.