All the Places You Need to Know About to Maintain Your New Year’s Fitness Goals
It’s now mid February. By now you may have given up on your New Year’s resolution to lose 5lbs, eat more greens, go to yoga once a week, or whatever it is you kicked off 2018 thinking you were going to achieve. Maybe you’re losing steam because you realized just how much a membership at Equinox costs, or that sometimes pizza really just tastes better than kale. Well this is here to re-motivate you! Keep reading to discover health inspired places you might not have known existed!
PART 2: FOOD YOU AND YOUR BODY WILL LOVE
This paleo cafe has countless tasty dishes that are also totally guilt free! Try the Wesly Waffle (a grain free waffle topped with bacon, avocado, coconut syrup, maguey sap and blueberry reduction).
Nanette Wong, 24East.
2085 Vine St., Berkeley, CA 94709
If you haven’t made your way to Gracias Madre yet, you are truly missing out. Experience all the best parts of Mexican cuisine at this vegan restaurant in the Mission District.
Anna Voloshyna, Viva La Food.
2211 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94110
This vegetarian restaurant has a menu overflowing with creative, delicious dishes. If you don’t have time for a sit-down meal, check out their “Greens to Go”.
John Storey, SF Gate.
2 Marina Blvd., Fort Mason Center, Building A, San Francisco, CA 94123
Kitava is a modern, cafe with dishes that cater to people looking for gluten-free, dairy-free and free range meals.
2011 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94110
Golden Veggie Market
This neighborhood grocery store is known for its top-notch produce selection.
Brittany C. Yelp.
1475 Polk St., San Francisco, CA 94109
Berkeley Bowl West
Do you like kombucha on tap? How about oodles of organic produce? And a wide selection of fresh fish? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, head to Berkeley Bowl West. ASAP.
920 Heinz Ave., Berkeley, CA 94710
Did we give you some good ideas to keep your tummy satisfied but keep you on your diet?
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POST MADE BY CONTRIBUTOR RACHEL FAY.