I’ve been to their Denver restaurant a few times, but they have locations all over the nation from Florida to Texas. Their website advertises nutrient-rich meals with fresh ingredients and I would have to agree!
You’ll need reservations for this place, but it’s worth it! The dinner is delicious but the brunch is what stands out the most. Keep an eye on your glass—they’re serious about their bottomless mimosas and aren’t shy about refills!
There are several locations in Colorado, but I’ve only been to the Union Station one on 16 Street in Denver. It’s a great lunch option if you work in the downtown area, but be warned it can get pretty busy! Most of the options are pretty healthful as long as you avoid the more sugary drinks.
You can probably guess what I get at this place—the greens! I personally go for the protein-packed Cobb salad with a vinaigrette dressing instead of blue cheese. Watch out for the paninis. They sound (and taste) pretty good, but they really aren’t that healthy.
It’s a little pricey, but that’s because they focus on scratch-made food full of healthy fats and devoid of added sugars. I enjoy both their breakfast and lunch options. My favorite is the Thai Coconut salad!
Even though these places offer more healthy options than your typical chains and fast food places, there are always a few options on the menu that will throw your diet off track. I always suggest reading nutrition info to ensure you’re picking the best option for you. I usually opt for salads when I dine out. When they’re packed with calories, they’re typically nutritious calories that your body needs.
If you work with a health coach, nutritionist, or personal trainer they would be a great resource to help you choose the healthiest options when you’re eating out. If you don’t work with a personal trainer yet, now’s the perfect time to start changing your life!