By Erin McNelis

Whether you are searching for a healthy lunch, a quick snack, or a special occasion dinner, you can find a healthy and convenient option. The following eateries concentrate on healthy food that is grown sustainably, with a mind to good environmental practices. You can eat out and eat healthy, too.

Moku-Bowls

32 S. Main St., New Hope

(267) 912-5729

45 Peddler's Way, Lahaska

(484) 665-9580

www.moku-bowls.com

Moku was inspired by the fresh flavors and healthy lifestyle of Hawaii. The signature dish, the poke bowl is a spin on the Asian-inspired Hawaiian classic. It's made with your choice of protein (Ahi tuna, salmon, shrimp, steak, chicken or tofu), fresh fruit and vegetables over rice or zucchini noodles with crunchy toppings and delectable sauces.

Moku-Bowls was the 2018 Happening List Winner for Healthy Food. 

Clean Roots

500 W. Broad St., Quakertown

(267) 347-4699

www.cleanrootsveg.com

The vegetarian and vegan eatery’s mission is to give people the opportunity to eat clean and healthy food. They do this by offering convenient, affordable, fresh, and healthy foods. They serve vegan and vegetarian versions of everyone’s favorite comfort foods, like mac and cheese as well as protein bowls, salads, and sandwiches.

 

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Greenstraw Smoothies

243 N. Sycamore St., Newtown

(267) 685-0539

gogreenstraw.com

This smoothie place has one priority, and that is its customer’s health. Whole food ingredients that are the best quality go into every menu item. They also serve smoothie bowls, juice, soups, banana whips, and healthy snacks.

Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar

2865 S. Eagle Road, Newtown

(215) 944-8469

www.harvestseasonalgrill.com

Harvest is a fine dining restaurant that focuses on offering sustainable, health conscious, and locally-sourced cuisine. The founder believes that your food’s origin is as important as the food itself. In addition to the meals, the restaurant also uses organic cleaning products, post-consumer fiber menus, and other green practices throughout the business.

59 Almshouse

59 Almshouse Rd., Richboro

(215) 355-5959

www.59almshouse.com

Because of this American cuisine restaurant’s location, the chef is able to source local ingredients whenever possible from the over 70 farms located within 25 miles. The restaurant locally sources not only the vegetables served but the meat and poultry, too.

Nourish by MAMA

34 E. State St., Doylestown

(215) 230-3306

www.nourishbymama.com

Nourish serves lunch food that is simple and delicious. Created by the founder of Empanada Mama, the eatery serves soup, wraps, grain bowls, toasts, and more. The quick pack lunches available are vegetarian to help everyone pack more vegetables into their day.

Aussie’s Kitchen Meal Prep

389 W. Lincoln Hwy., Penndel

(215) 501-4174

www.aussieskitchenmealprep.com

Though technically not a restaurant, Aussie’s Kitchen can help you meet your healthy eating goals. The kitchen provides breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack items in single portions to be heated up at home in a few minutes. The food is always fresh and prepared with the utmost attention to portion size and nutrition as well as affordability. The meals are more nutritious and comparably priced to meals at some fast food restaurants.

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