The local fast-casual chain (with locations in Sunset Harbour, Brickell and South Beach) caters to healthy eaters with big appetites. Bowls are large and packed with plant-based proteins (though grass-fed meat, free-range chicken and other animal proteins are an option), whole grains and vegetables, and all can be topped with a delicious cage-free egg. Calories, carbs and other nutritional facts are clearly listed on the menu—so no cheating, guys.
Skipping Miami steakhouses for occasional meals at the local salad joint is one thing, but it would Herculean efforts for a carnivore to embrace vegetarian restaurants. Miami eateries have made the meat-free proposition less of a heroic feat by tapping into the local Latin you’d find at a Miami Cuban restaurant and sourcing produce from nearby farms. The result? Vegetarian restaurants in Miami that serve nourishing food that tastes good and that’s good for you and the beach body you’ve been sculpting at a Miami gym.