January 18, 2020

25 healthy Detroit-area restaurants to help you keep your New Year's resolutions

New year, new you. With 2020 comes big resolutions, and being a healthier human is often one of them. Luckily, these 25 Detroit-area eateries offer many healthy options that can help you stay on track and achieve your dieting goals.

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Seva
66 E. Forest Ave., Detroit; 313-974-6661; sevarestaurant.com
This vegetarian restaurant comes packed with vegan options as well as a juice bar and a coffee bar. With a toaster dedicated to gluten-free bread, you can be sure that Seva will be accommodating of your dietary restrictions.
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Seva

66 E. Forest Ave., Detroit; 313-974-6661; sevarestaurant.com
This vegetarian restaurant comes packed with vegan options as well as a juice bar and a coffee bar. With a toaster dedicated to gluten-free bread, you can be sure that Seva will be accommodating of your dietary restrictions.

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Try It Raw
213 E. Maple Rd., Birmingham; 248-593-6994
As the name suggests, this place serves everything raw. This organic vegan cafe is complete with a smoothie and juice bar.
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Try It Raw

213 E. Maple Rd., Birmingham; 248-593-6994
As the name suggests, this place serves everything raw. This organic vegan cafe is complete with a smoothie and juice bar.

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Living Zen Organics
3030 Casmere St., Hamtramck; 313-366-7738; detroitzencenter.com
Staffed by monks, students, and neighbors, this farm-to-table establishment serves plant-based meals in its grocery store and cafe that are nutrient dense, organic, and affordable.
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Living Zen Organics

3030 Casmere St., Hamtramck; 313-366-7738; detroitzencenter.com
Staffed by monks, students, and neighbors, this farm-to-table establishment serves plant-based meals in its grocery store and cafe that are nutrient dense, organic, and affordable.

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Cacao Tree Cafe
204 W. Fourth St., Royal Oak; 248-336-9043; cacaotreecafe.com
Made with organic locally sourced ingredients, this cafe offers salads, wraps, smoothies, and pressed juices to keep you on top of that new year’s resolution.
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Cacao Tree Cafe

204 W. Fourth St., Royal Oak; 248-336-9043; cacaotreecafe.com
Made with organic locally sourced ingredients, this cafe offers salads, wraps, smoothies, and pressed juices to keep you on top of that new year’s resolution.

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Go Sy Thai
4240 Cass Ave. #103, Detroit; 1226 Griswold St, Detroit; 313-638-1467; gosythai.com
With gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and halal options, this is a one-stop shop for a whole group with different dietary restrictions. Alongside your meal, you can order an aloe vera drink.
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Go Sy Thai

4240 Cass Ave. #103, Detroit; 1226 Griswold St, Detroit; 313-638-1467; gosythai.com
With gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and halal options, this is a one-stop shop for a whole group with different dietary restrictions. Alongside your meal, you can order an aloe vera drink.

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AKtakeaway
150 W. Jefferson Ave., Detroit; 313-771-3030anitaskitchen.com
Located downtown in the business district, AKtakeaway provides quick easy healthy food with a Lebanese flair. It offers antibiotic-free, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal options.
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AKtakeaway

150 W. Jefferson Ave., Detroit; 313-771-3030anitaskitchen.com
Located downtown in the business district, AKtakeaway provides quick easy healthy food with a Lebanese flair. It offers antibiotic-free, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal options.

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FOLK
1701 Trumbull Ave., Detroit; 313-290-5849; folkdetroit.com
With as much from scratch as possible, Folk brings fresh, local, organic ingredients to the table. In using time-honored ingredients and recipes that have been passed down for generations, this restaurant provides a space for its artisanal food and your goal-oriented appetite.
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FOLK

1701 Trumbull Ave., Detroit; 313-290-5849; folkdetroit.com
With as much from scratch as possible, Folk brings fresh, local, organic ingredients to the table. In using time-honored ingredients and recipes that have been passed down for generations, this restaurant provides a space for its artisanal food and your goal-oriented appetite.

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Nosh Pit Detroit
2995 Yemans St., Hamtramck; 313-486-0777; noshpitdetroit.com
Nosh Pit Detroit is at the intersection of creative cooking and healthy vegan meals with its coney carrot dog and sloppy joe. It’s easy to forget that the food is completely free of animal products. You can try its award-winning hummus and rotating soups.
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Nosh Pit Detroit

2995 Yemans St., Hamtramck; 313-486-0777; noshpitdetroit.com
Nosh Pit Detroit is at the intersection of creative cooking and healthy vegan meals with its coney carrot dog and sloppy joe. It’s easy to forget that the food is completely free of animal products. You can try its award-winning hummus and rotating soups.

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Parks & Rec Diner
1942 W. Grand River Ave., Detroit; 313-446-8370; parksandrecdiner.com
Made in house with ingredients from local farms, this little restaurant may become your new brunch spot.
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Parks & Rec Diner

1942 W. Grand River Ave., Detroit; 313-446-8370; parksandrecdiner.com
Made in house with ingredients from local farms, this little restaurant may become your new brunch spot.

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Naked Fuel
6718 Orchard Lake Rd. B, West Bloomfield Township; 248-325-9735; nakedfueljuice.com
Their philosophy is to make food as a form of healing and natural medicine. Their mission is to eliminate processed foods and replace them with whole foods. Known for their juices and cleanses, they also produce smoothies, wraps and sandwiches, salads, bowls, and a small breakfast menu.
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Naked Fuel

6718 Orchard Lake Rd. B, West Bloomfield Township; 248-325-9735; nakedfueljuice.com
Their philosophy is to make food as a form of healing and natural medicine. Their mission is to eliminate processed foods and replace them with whole foods. Known for their juices and cleanses, they also produce smoothies, wraps and sandwiches, salads, bowls, and a small breakfast menu.

Photo via Naked Fuel / Facebook