Check Out These Incredible, Health Coach-Approved Restaurants In NYC

The diversity of New York City’s restaurant scene entices foodies from all over the world to travel here. Luckily for conscious foodies, this city has plenty of well-sourced restaurants to choose from, in all types of cuisine. From daily changing menus, partnerships with local farmers, and a commitment to organic produce and proteins, all health food advocates can rejoice that they do not need to turn a blind eye while dining out!

This is likely due to the fact that consumers worldwide have become more aware of our lackluster food system. It has provoked a positive change not only in the availability of high-quality foods in grocery stores but in restaurants as well. Chefs are catering to the growing local food movement, and are choosing sustainable, high-quality ingredients to fill their menus. Greenmarket-influenced restaurants are sprouting in all five boroughs, and as a health coach, I couldn’t be more thrilled about it for myself and my clients, and hope to spread the knowledge.

Here are some of my favorite well-sourced NYC restaurants. As consumers, we vote with our dollar, so spend your food dollars wisely and support these fantastic restaurants that are helping to generate positive changes within our food system.

Fine American Fare

Manhattan:

Narcissa

Chalk Point Kitchen

Little Park

ABC Kitchen

ABCV

Blue Hill

Cafe Clover

Brooklyn:

Olmsted

Meadowsweet

The Finch

Metta

Casual American Fare

Manhattan:

Foragers Table

Cookshop

Little Beet Table

Hearth

Dimes

The Butcher’s Daughter

Brooklyn:

Diner

Marlow and Sons

Brooklyn Cider House

Colonia Verde

Queens:

LIC Market

Mediterranean Fare

Manhattan:

Amali

Brooklyn:

Miss Ada

Italian Fare

Manhattan:

Rosemary’s

Roberta’s

Cafe Altro Paradiso

Brooklyn:

Colonie

Mexican and Spanish Fare

Manhattan:

Gabriela’s

Brooklyn:

Oxomoco

Claro

Maite

Asian Fare

Manhattan:

RedRarm

BBQ and Burgers

Manhattan and Brooklyn locations:

Bareburger

Manhattan and Queens locations:

Butcher Bar

Japanese Fare

Manhattan:

Mayanoki

Sushi Ginza Onodera

Brooklyn:

Okonomi

Osakana

Please note that NYC is ever-evolving and changing, and restaurants similarly are subject to this. If you’re planning to visit one of these restaurants, please look them up in advance to make sure they’re still open.

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