Order in From These Amazing Healthy Spots

Stay home and stay healthy! These healthy eateries across the city dispel the myth that eating well is boring or bland. From vegan burgers, cheese boards and French toast to loaded salad bowls, these spots are perfect for when you want to eat something tasty and good-for-you without having to choke down a sad bowl of lettuce.  

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Photo Courtesy: @FreshRestaurants


Fresh was one of Toronto’s first plant-based restaurants and remains an OG on the vegan eating scene. They offer an array of delicious salad and bowl options, in addition to veggie burgers, faux meat-stuffed wraps and daily homemade soups and juices. Don’t miss out on their signature quinoa-coated onion rings, which are fried to crisp perfection, and grab a side of chipotle or garlic mayo for dipping while you’re at it. Available on UberEats, Foodora and Doordash. 


Photo Courtesy: @MaryBeKitchen

Mary Be Kitchen

Yonge and St. Clair was blessed with this bright and welcoming spot a couple of years ago, and it’s a must-try for those looking for healthy food done remarkably well. Combos like their “be square” box combine 2 sides and a protein, with creative combinations like grilled salmon with masala cauliflower or sesame soba noodles. While their brunch offerings include healthy, creative takes on breakfast like red lentil dahl with a slow poached egg served with sourdough. Mary Be is available on UberEats, and provides the option to buy meals for frontline workers: marybekitchen.com


Photo Courtesy: @GreenhouseJuice

Greenhouse Juice Co. 

Greenhouse Juice is one of the city’s original destinations for juices, smoothies and plant-based snacks. Their 100% organic juices are ethically sourced, and available in recycled glass bottles that can be returned to the store for loyalty points, rewarding customers for doing good for the earth. All products are made by hand, in house. Recreate your favourite items by following The Greenhouse Cookbook. Order from Greenhouse through their website: greenhouse.ca


Photo Courtesy: @CaliiLoveCo

Calii Love

This beloved health focused restaurant has four locations in the city, and is inspired by the California sun and Hawaiian breezes. Their cuisine offers innovative fare to keep you satisfied all day long. Choose from warming breakfast bowls with steel cut oatmeal, smoothie bowls with dreamy plant-powered blends, and fresh poke bowls with their irresistible sriracha mayo drizzle. Don’t see exactly what you like? You can customize any of their pre-made offerings to suit your taste perfectly. Available on UberEats and Ritual. 


Photo Courtesy: @EatMadRadish

Mad Radish

Everything is super fresh and made in-house at this casual spot at Yonge and Eglinton, specializing in crave-worthy salads, hearty bowls, soups, and sandwiches, with a few excellent vegetarian and vegan options. Their chef driven menu combines high end culinary techniques with the best quality vegetables, grains and proteins they can find. Their motto is to make healthy food for busy people, giving you the nourishment you need when you’re time-starved! Available through their app, website and on UberEats, DoorDash and Foodora. 


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Urban Herbivore

A staple in Kensington Market for over 10 years, Urban Herbivore is the neighbourhood’s go to destination for vegetarian friendly fare. Their hearty, healthy grub is equally delicious and nutritious. Try their grilled vegetable sandwich on homemade rosemary focaccia or their warming moroccan stew, loaded with colourful vegetables. Available on their app, as well as on UberEats and Foodora. 

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