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23 essential San Antonio restaurants offering healthy dining options 

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Adopting better eating habits is at or near the top of most folks' New Year's resolutions. But maintaining that goal for more than a few weeks — or days, in some of our cases — isn't easy.

To give you a leg up, we compiled a list of San Antonio restaurants that offer healthy eating options compatible with multiple diets, from keto and gluten free to vegetarian and vegan.

No matter how you plan to eat healthier in 2021, there’s something delicious on this list for you.
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Pharm Table
812 S Alamo St #112, (210) 802-1860,
Pharm table is making it easy to keep your resolutions this year by offering premade meal plans. There are several dietary inclusive options like vegan, protein, and keto-flex so no matter how you like to eat they have you covered!
Photo via Instagram / pharmtable
Tapatio Vegan Tacos
623 Urban Loop, +19569990170,
It doesn’t get better than authentic Mexican food, especially when it’s also entirely vegan. Tapatio’s entire menu is scratch-made, and they even use biodegradable packaging — meaning you can feel good about every aspect of your meal, from start to finish.
Photo via Instagram / tapatiovegantacos
Revolucion Coffee + Juice
Multiple Locations, (210) 701-0725,
Sweet and healthy? Revolution Coffee is serving up both on their menu! Cold-pressed juices and açai bowls are their specialty and their attention to detail shows it. They even offer a full juice detox to help with that 2021 fresh start.
Photo via Instagram / revolucionsa
Adelante Restaurant
21 Brees Blvd, (210) 822-7681,
Cleaner eating doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite flavors for the cause. Adelante’s ‘Health-Mex’ blends the best of both worlds. Tamales, enchiladas and all your favorite dishes are available using healthier ingredients.
Photo via Instagram / adelanterestaurant
The Good Kind Southtown
1127 S St Mary's St, (210) 801-5892,
The Good Kind uses sustainably sourced ingredients to create light offerings that are big on flavor. The tasty menu shows that eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to give up brunch.
Photo via Instagram / goodkindsouthtown
Tidy Ben’s
13469 Wetmore Road, (210) 364-1678,
Tidy Ben’s makes a sloppy joe like no other. Their entire menu is plant-based and sourced locally, and they even offer flavor variants like pizza and fiesta!
Photo via Instagram / tidybens
Hash Vegan Eat’s
5007 S. Flores St., (210) 332-9244,
Pastries, tacos, and yes, even hash — all without any animal products. Need a drink to go with that? Try one of their signature non-alcoholic cocktails!
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9873 Colonnade Blvd, (210) 541-0404,
Healthy meals made just for you with a variety that can’t be beat. Zedric’s makes full and healthy meals with accommodations for just about every dietary restriction. Whether you’re grabbing a protein pancake breakfast or a turkey ragu for two, you’ll savor every bite.
Photo via Instagram / zedricks
Go Vegan San Antonio
14530 Roadrunner Way, PHONE,
This vegan comfort food truck makes it a little easier to ditch meat and dairy and chow down on something truly special.
Photo via Instagram / govegansatx
Rise Up Acai Bowls
Multiple Locations
Rising to the occasion, Rise Up offers handcrafted Acai bowls, smoothies and more. Their flavorful fruit combinations will leave you feeling fresh and ready for the day without compromising any resolutions along the way.
Photo via Instagram / riseupsatx
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Central Market
4821 Broadway St., 210-368-8600,
You’ll be hard-pressed to find cold-pressed juice as convenient as this! Along with plenty of organic and other healthy offerings, Central Market stocks an array of cold-pressed juices made fresh daily.
Photo via Instagram / central_market
Flush Juicery
15060 San Pedro Ave, (210) 847-8383,
Start the year off with a clean slate and a flushed system. Living up to their motto of “flex, flush, flourish,” they offer cleanses, smoothies and green heavy juice blends to get your day started, plus a selection of healthy eats to keep you fortified throughout the day.
Photo via Instagram / flexflushflourish
The Modernist
516 E Grayson St, (210) 901-8646,
Known for their top-tier cocktails, the Modernist also offers an array of masterfully crafted non-alcoholic drinks as well. All the flavors of your cocktail of choice — sans spirits.
Photo courtesy of The Modernist
Cake Thieves Bakery
514 El Paso St,
They may be Cake Thieves but the only thing they will steal is your heart. This cheat-day friendly vegan eatery is baking up pastries that almost look too good to eat — but that’s not stopping us. Order a few of their famous vegan Chick’n sandwiches and you’ll have a Friday night to brag about.
Photo via Instagram / cakethievesbakery
Miss Chickpea’s Bake Shop
8065 Callaghan Road, (210) 993-0748,
Had a great week of sticking to your food plans? It could be time for a treat. Baked with love and without animal products, this shop is the stop for vegan baked goods — and more.
Photo via Instagram / misschickpeasbakeshop
17803 La Cantera Terrace #8119, (210) 474-6564,
Their juice menu is sorted by the benefits of each combination, so no matter what your goal is you can be sure you are on the right track. Like the Kale-idoscope for example — it’s anti-inflammatory but pro-deliciousness!
Photo via Instagram / juicessential
Señor Veggie
620 S Presa St, (210) 228-0073,
For cheat days in 2021, Señor Veggie is the only way to go. Their entire menu is vegan and vegetarian, meaning you can feel a little better about chowing down on tacos, nachos and even pizza.
Photo via Instagram / senorveggie
914 East Elmira, (210) 943-0054,
Squeezers has everything you could want in a juice bar. Not only can you get a cold-pressed, made to order juice, but they offer meal replacement smoothies and cleanses as well.
Photo via Instagram / squeezersco
Sweet Yams
218 N Cherry St, (210) 229-9267,
Organic and sustainably sourced? Yes please! Sweet Yams provides meal plans, amazing entrees and Southern favorites like Vegan Chili, southern greens and of course organic juices. If you’re looking for an extra sweet treat, we recommend the sweet potato cupcake.
Photo via Instagram / sweetyamsorganic
The Cove
606 W Cypress St, (210) 227-2683,
Healthier options are a lot easier to choosse when they taste this good. The Cove serves up locally sourced, sustainable and organic eats. With menu options from Vegan Super Nachos to the Naked Salad, the choice between cheat day or light meal is entirely up to you.
Photo via Instagram / thecovesa
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Primal Juice & Smoothies
Multiple Locations,
Sporting a carefully crafted juice combo menu, Primal makes it simple to stick to your goals this year. They even offer dessert blends to curb that sweet craving with fresh fruits.
Photo via Instagram / Primaljuicesa
Wholesome Eating LLC
13455 Blanco Rd, (913) 522-3098,
Keto, vegan, paleo and gluten-free diets all have a home in this wholesome bakery. They even ship nationwide, so your out-of-town friends and family can enjoy these crazy good treats.
Photo via Instagram / wholesomeeatingllc
Pasha Mediterranean Grill
Multiple Locations,
Fresh, light and always tasty. Pasha has all your Mediterranean favorites, but the gyro will almost certainly be your hero. Seasoned to perfection, this simple dish makes for an exciting power lunch.
Photo via Instagram / pasha.grill
Pharm Table
812 S Alamo St #112, (210) 802-1860,
Pharm table is making it easy to keep your resolutions this year by offering premade meal plans. There are several dietary inclusive options like vegan, protein, and keto-flex so no matter how you like to eat they have you covered!
Photo via Instagram / pharmtable

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