Many of us missed dining at our favorite restaurants due to social distancing restrictions. Things are looking a little brighter this summer. Food doesn’t have to be bland to be good for you. Healthy eating in Detroit is even easier when there are so many diverse options. Not to mention, several carry locally-sourced ingredients, which are guaranteed fresh with rich flavors. This ultimately creates better health and fulfillment for Detroiters.
Summer is a time to eat healthy and local foods. Locally sourced is freshness at its peak. Detroitisit rounded up a list of health food restaurants in Detroit on many levels.
SEASONS MARKET & CAFE
Open daily from 8 AM – 7 PM (except Tuesday), enjoy the newly opened Seasons Market, featuring the Garden Cafe. Sustainability should be in the name, considering they single reclaimed materials. Seasons Market also pays the many Michigan-based food vendors fair wages for its products. Select a variety of packaged lunch items like salads, grain bowls, and baked goods. The best part is it’s all curated by local makers like Yum Village, Avalon Bakery, and Detroit Vegan Soul. Guests can enjoy lunch and have a seat upstairs in the market’s loft with nearly 360-degree views of the surrounding neighborhood. Take advantage of their outdoor garden dine and socialize on the outdoor garden patio. Click HERE to visit their site.
Located at 4125 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48201. PHONE: (313)-462-2022
The family-owned and operated brand, Trap Vegan made its debut in Detroit’s Green Acres neighborhood on the west side in November to add more on-the-go options for vegans. Owner Jasmine Raiford has developed a menu to challenge the meat-eater to a taste battle with their favorite feel-good foods. Stop in for a variety of vegan burgers such as the BJ Burger made with grilled barbecue jackfruit and topped with grilled onions, mushrooms, pepper jack cheese, avocado spread, and the spot’s “Trap Sauce” — all served on a grilled brioche bun. Also expect a variety of smoothies, juices, acai bowls, salads, and loaded nachos. Trap Vegan features a 100% plant-based menu including acai bowls, salads, and loaded nachos. Not to mention, the best smoothies and raw juices in Detroit. HERE to view their site.
Located at 20198 Livernois, Detroit, MI 48221 Phone: (313) 340-2988
7 Greens Detroit Salad Co. sits beneath the Z, a popular parking structure gracing the city with public art murals by local and international artists. Salads, wraps, and bowls are the summer go-to. They offer seasonal drinks and sides to go along with your meal. They also make homemade soup, bread, and sweet treats daily. Gluten-free friendly. Give yourself a hearty treat with Soul Fuel: Collard greens, black-eyed peas, Garlic, Onion, Celery, Tomatoes, Vegetable stock, Herbs, and spices (V/GF). Meat-lovers and vegetarians are more than welcome. Their chicken is grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic-free. They use brown, organic, cage-free eggs as well. Open Monday-Friday 11 am – 4 pm for delivery, curbside pickup, and catering. Click HERE to order online.
Located at 1222 Library Street, Detroit, MI 48226. PHONE: 248-792-8600
Plant-based, organic, and eco-friendly, what more can you ask for? Eat green without waiting. Healthy eating in Detroit is incredibly supportive of the well-being of the community. Support a newer Detroit eatery that proudly provides Gourmet To Go & Meal Delivery Service. The grand opening of Aratham Gourmet To Go in January celebrated this affordable, plant-based, organic, chef-driven Marketplace. Now they’re open in Troy, Detroit, and Westland, Michigan. New shops usher in natural foods and products spread happiness and high-quality options. Each week, be surprised with new delicious Plant-based breakfasts, lunches, and early dinners. Check out their desserts, sides, juices, superfoods, and more. Also, stock up on fresh produce and supplements plus their locally-crafted, natural personal care items.
Located at 719 Griswold Street. Detroit, MI 48226. PHONE: 586.871.0917
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