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Healthiest Restaurants in Minneapolis

Paula Carlsen

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – When we only have a few alternatives for what to eat, it's easy to get bored with healthy things. To stay on track with eating healthy foods, you might want to read about some restaurant choices that offer a wide range of healthy food options. Check out this list of Minneapolis healthy food restaurants.

1. Herbivorous Butcher

Located at 507 1st Ave NE

Herbivorous Butcher was founded by a sister-brother duo who is passionate about creating vegan food that tastes like no other vegan product on the market. They provide a cruelty-free meat and cheese substitute with delicious taste, texture, and nutrients.

2. World Street Kitchen

Located at 2743 Lyndale Ave S

Open since 2012, World Street Kitchen specialty is offering healthy food from over the world from Asia to the Caribbean to the Mediterranean. We cannot travel conveniently recently but you can order food from World Street Kitchen for a taste of that location we cant visit.

3. Mill Valley Kitchen

Located at 3906 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park

Mill Valley Kitchen is created by the husband and wife team Mike & Abby Rakun. Mill Valley Kitchen has specialty at dietary needs like gluten-free, vegan, and other allergies or dietary restrictions. The Mill Valley Kitchen focus is to offer fresh good food

4. Brasa Premium Rotisserie

Located at 600 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN

Brasa Premium Rotisserie is a restaurant that specializes in high-quality, healthy meals influenced by the traditional ingredients and flavors of the Southern United States, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

5. Agra Culture

Located at 3717 West 50th Street

Agra Culture is on a mission to prove that healthy and delicious food can exist on the same plate. A huge selection of nutritious delicious food is available from their kitchen, including Vegan Tacos, Pasta, coffee, juices, smoothies, and more.

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