12 Places to Eat Healthy in Miami: Juice Bars, Organic Markets & Vegetarian/Vegan Dining
The Holiday overeating and overdrinking season is behind us. So let the healthy eating begin at these Miami places and maybe even lose some of those extra pounds. Here are MIAbites favorite spots for Juices, Acai Bowls and Vegetarian or Plant-based/Vegan dining:
Jugo Fresh- Jugofresh sells organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies and vegan foods (bowls, salads, sandwiches). Seven locations in Miami-Dade County including Wynwood Walls, Sunset Harbour and South Pointe Park. Jugofresh Wynwood Walls 222 NW 26th St (786) 472-2552
Temple Kitchen- Neighborhood whole food, plant-based kitchen." Menu features a variety of flavorful salads, noodle or vegetable baskets, hot pots and soups. Numerous smoothies, juices, elixirs and other drinks available. Also, delicious parfaits. Open for breakfast. Delivery available. Closed Sunday.831 Sunset Drive South Miami 33143 (305) 397-8732
Dr Smood- Fresh juices, snacks and healthy eating options. 1800 Bay Rd. Miami Beach and 2230 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33121
Green Gables Cafe- Small eatery specializing in to-go and delivery orders. Try the roasted eggplant & hummus wrap, a salad, Green gazpacho or other vegan soups made daily. Smoothies, organic vegetable and fruit juices, tea and coffee (soy, almond and rice milks available). Local and organic ingredients. Open Monday through Friday for breakfast and lunch, 7:30am to 4:30pm. 327 Alhambra Circle Coral Gables, FL 33134 (305) 445-7015
Choices Cafe- The all-vegan, 95% organic menu at Choices includes wraps, quinoa bowls, pizza, salads and soups. The Mental Lentil wrap (lentil patty, black beans, quinoa, pico de gallo, plantain, sauteed onion, avocado, tahini sauce) is one of their popular, signature dishes. Juices and smoothies, delicious desserts, and beer and wine are also available. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Clean, modern atmosphere. Breakfast served daily (tofu scramble, pancakes!). Ask about their weekend brunch. 646 NE 79th Street Miami 33138 (786) 803-8352.
The Last Carrot- No-frills deli serving tofu or hummus pita sandwiches, salads, soups, fresh juices. Vegan desserts. 3133 Grand Avenue Coconut Grove 33133 (305) 445-0805
GLAM- Plant-based dining that is both delicious and beautiful. Special daily soup options, pasta ( or zucchini noodles) with, meatless meatballs, mushroom faro"risotto" and jackfruit al pastor tacos. 3301 NE 1st St in Midtown. Miami, FL 786 864 0590
Soul Tavern-Plant-based and Gluten Free comes to Sunset Harbor. Lots of fresh salads, pizzas and creative dishes like an oyster mushroom and burnt eggplant handroll, black bean and sweet plantain sliders and Korean BBQ tempeh banh mi. Open for brunch. 1801 West Ave. Miami FL 305 925 0799.
Full Bloom- MOVING January 8th to Crest Hotel 1670 James St.-While we will miss the gorgeous Biscayne Bay view from Full Blooms original location on Island way, the menu is still a vegan eaters dream, with jackfruit empanadas, a creamy turmeric kale salad, Thai red curry with Thai red rice, oven baked plantain lasagna and jackfruit ropa vieja.
Berri Bowls - Right off Lincoln Road. Go for freshly made great acai bowls, healthy juices and smoothies. 1630 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach. FL.
Seasons 52 - Recommended for its vegan options, including the Winter Market Vegetable Plate (roasted vegetables, grilled tofu and cracked wheat tabbouleh). Also, vegan soups, salads and appetizers, and delicious flatbreads that can be made vegan. Tofu may be substituted for meat in other dishes (ask your server). 321 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, FL, 33134 (305) 442-8552.
DIRT- where clean eating and great taste coexist in Miami Beach. DIRT is a new fine food served fast dining experience in Miami Beach: a farm-to-counter eatery and wellness bar combining fresh, great-tasting food with health, convenience, and simplicity. Simply put, we believe in high-quality, nutritious food, served quickly and affordably. 232 5th Street, Miami Beach 305 239 3000 and 1834 Bay Rd. Miami Beach, FL.
And more options: Also check out the list online provided by Veg South Florida. A complete list that includes Miami Dade, Florida Keys, Broward and Palm Beach County is available on their link here. And make sure you include a visit to local Farmers Markets on Upper East Side, Lincoln Rd, Arsht Center and Coconut Grove as you will be sure to reap some organic and fresh produce and ingredients.
Did we miss your favorite place? Let us know in Comments below. Happy Healthy POST-Holiday Eating!