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Healthy restaurants around Orlando

If eating healthier is one of your New Year’s resolutions, there are some delicious options around Orlando you will want to check out.

Too Much Sauce

Too Much Sauce serves a menu of clean comfort food. Choose from a selection of bowls dedicated to local figures, including the Brian Shields, or BYOB, Build Your Own Bowl, with a wide selection of toppings that are gluten-free and made without MSG. Don’t forget to try one of its many house-made sauces. Keto friendly options are available.

Market on South

Market on South, located in Orlando's Milk District, is a shared space featuring a 100% plant-based restaurant, bakery and bar as well as a small market space for local artisan goods. Market on South is the home of Dixie Dharma, with a menu of Southern-inspired foods and Valhalla Bakery offering decadent sweets and baked goods.

Dandelion Community Cafe

Dandelion CommunityCafe is Orlando's organic, vegetarian and celiac-friendly gathering place offering a menu of organic, fair trade and cruelty-free homemade dishes made without artificial preservatives, coloring, flavoring or GMOs that are naturally low in salt, sugar and fat. In addition to a clean menu, Dandelion is serving the community by planning cleanups throughout Orlando and hosting charity drives.

Eden’s Fresh Co.

Eden’s Fresh Co. has several locations around Orlando that offer a menu of made-to-order wraps and salads with Boar's Head meats and cheeses that are perfect for a quick lunch or a picnic on a sunny day.

Greens & Grille

Greens & Grille, located near The Mall at Millenia, has been offering a wide selection of healthy salads, sandwiches and platters since 2005. Greens & Grille also makes its own soups, sides, salad dressings and marinades in-house and from scratch daily.

Ethos Vegan Kitchen

Ethos Vegan Kitchen serves fully vegan, healthy and hearty fare. The menu has a wide variety of dishes, bakery items made from scratch on-site daily as well as a wide selection of vegan beer and wine. Lines at Ethos Vegan Kitchen are always long for their n Saturday and Sunday brunches.

The Sanctum Cafe

The Sanctum Cafe offers a chef-driven menu of vegan and vegetarian dishes made with Whole Foods ingredients without preservatives, food dyes, hydrogenated oil or artificial flavors. The Sanctum Cafe serves up freshly-squeezed juices and smoothies, coffee, cocktails and shots.