7 healthy restaurants in Nashville, TN


Alotta Buratta salad | Photo by @greeneryco

Looking for something fresh for lunch? Nashville is catching on to the healthy food trend, and we’re sharing some of the best restaurants for folks looking to eat a little better.


Boho strawberry cake | Photo by @thewildcow

AVO, 3 City Ave. — Offers locally-sourced raw and cooked vegan meals, plus craft cocktails and desserts. ProTip: AVO often posts specials on social media, so be sure to look for those before you go.

Radish Kitchen, Sylvan Supply, 4104 Charlotte Ave. — Radish Kitchen’s mission is to “make fresh, healthy, and delicious food.” Owner Amanda Frederickson is a locally-based cookbook author and chef (find her recipes here).

The Wild Cow, 1100 Fatherland St. — Now in a new location, this vegan fare restaurant has been a local staple for 10+ years.


Alotta Buratta salad | Photo by @greeneryco

Sunflower Cafe, 2834 Azalea Place — The folks behind Sunflower Cafe believe in food the power of positivity and food that heals. They are dedicated to using organic and local ingredients whenever possible + have a weekday happy hour and menu options that are soy, oil, and gluten free.

Graze, 1888 Eastland Ave. — East Nashville’s plant-based bistro and bar offers a seasonal menu and family-style catering.

Greenery Co., 1705 21st Ave. S.Newly opened last year, Greenery Co.’s owners want to “create healthy habits around what we eat and how we treat ourselves.” Options on the seasonal menu include warm bowls, salads, shareables + customizable greens. TryThis: the Chimmi Churrasco + carrot pimento cheese.

The Urban Juicer, Multiple locations — If you are looking for a meal to go with your wheatgrass, this is the place for you. In addition to nutrition shots, juices, and smoothies, they also serve salads, sandwiches, wraps, flatbreads, and toasts.

Contributed by Abby Reuther.

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