If you want to be in control of what you eat, try Cheffie’s, where you create your own meal from scratch. Put together a robust salad or flavorful sandwich from a wide selection of ingredients like grilled chicken, eggs, oven-roasted turkey, tuna salad, or walnut-apple chicken salad, paired with savory cheeses like feta, goat, parmesan, or blue. Add in veggies and fruits like roasted peppers, cucumbers, chickpeas, cranberries, sundried tomatoes, and much more for the perfect flavor.
Mosa Asian Bistro
Feel like healthy Thai, Japanese, or Chinese food? You can get it all at Mosa, a bistro featuring rice and noodle bowls, curries, and more. Everything is exceptionally fresh and made to order. Expect crowds here, but it’s worth the wait.
Imagine Vegan serves traditional American fare—except that the “meat” isn’t meat! Have chicken, grilled fish, and turkey in their guilt-free forms here, and come for brunch on Sundays. Another option is Two Vegan Sistas, which offers raw food dishes along with cooked vegan meals and does not use soy.
It’s just what it sounds like—a restaurant that supports local farms and has fresh, wholesome offerings and a rustic charm. Enjoy salmon, chicken, steak, shrimp, and more alongside fresh salads and traditional sides.
Mary's Gluten-free Goods
Finish off your healthy culinary experience with a heavenly treat from Mary’s, where gluten-free delights abound. Take your time with a cupcake, cinnamon roll, chocolate chip cookie, or some almond and toffee crunch (pictured at left), or bring home a buttery pound cake to share (or hide from) the family. If you recently went gluten-free and miss the days of soft, rich breads, try Mary’s banana bread, cinnamon coffee cake, or French bread, or take home some pizza crust to make yourself a pizza that truly satisfies.
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