Centenarians in the original Blue Zones areas don't diet or count calories to stay lean and healthy. They simply eat whole foods each day, mostly plant-based. Blue Zones Project works with restaurants throughout the Fort Worth area to give you more options for making healthy choices so that you too can live longer and better. Look for the blue checkmark or ask your server about better-for-you Blue Zones-inspired options at these participating restaurants.
Located in the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards district, Byblos has been serving Lebanese & Mediterranean cuisine for over 28 years. A Mediterranean diet isn't just good FOR you, it's so good!
Whether you're looking for clean juice or you need a healthy snack on the go, Boulevard of Greens as fresh and delicious options. Always without preservatives, dairy, animal products, chemicals, HHP or refined sugar.
Cafe Modern, located in the world-class Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, provides hospitality, creative cuisine and seasonal menus rooted in Texas ingredients. Now led by Executive Chef Jeff Mora, a seasoned Wolfgang Puck Catering veteran.
Black Cat Pizza is known for their house-made pizza dough and wild weekly specials, like the plant-packed TMNT. Don't miss their equally good salads.
Located in the Shops at Clearfork, Clean Juice offers delectable organic smoothies and juices that give your body a plentiful payload of nutrients from fresh, organic fruits and vegetables.
Cuisine for Healing offers catering and to-go meals that bolster the immune system, clear the body of toxins, help keep the body healthy, and facilitate faster healing. Ideal for anyone fighting a life-threatening disease or who just want to eat healthy.
Freshii is a health-casual restaurant that serves fresh food designed to energize people on the go. With a diverse menu of breakfast, soups, salads, wraps, bowls, burritos, juices and smoothies, Freshii caters to every taste and dietary preference.
Fixture believes real food is king so staying away from processed or lab-created ingredients is important. Just as important is an inviting, warm atmosphere where friends can gather to socialize and couples can enjoy a date night.
Great Harvest has more than just old-fashioned, made-from-scratch bread. You'll also find delicious salads, grain bowls, and veggie sandwich options on whole-grain goodness.
This family-owned wine bar has more than just a vast selection of wines, available by the glass or bottle. The tapas style food menu has plenty of plant-based options to pair with your wine.
Soups, salads, wraps, sandwiches, vegetarian and vegan options abound at Jason's Deli. Four area locations: Sage Meadow Trail, Midtown Lane, Overton Ridge, and Camp Bowie.
Juice Junkies is addicted to healthy living. You'll find organic cold pressed juices, vegan bites, superfood smoothies, acai bowls, coffee, tea, and nut milks here at the first raw, organic juice bar in Fort Worth.
Local Foods Kitchen is focused on developing small-batch soups, sides, salads, sandwiches and entrees using the freshest local and regional ingredients. Ready-to-go foods can be enjoyed in the restaurant or packaged for you to take home.
The Cisneros family is dedicated to quality, family recipes and the freshest ingredients to prepare comforting and delicious Tex-Mex cuisine. Ask for the special Blue Zones menu, featuring three kinds of enchiladas.
Nekter Juice Bar is the perfect place to go for freshly made juice, smoothies, cold pressed juice cleanses, and handcrafted acai bowls. Also located at 629 Stayton Street off W. 7th in Left Bank.
Oliva is a boutique restaurant serving classical Italian fare, house made bread, and service with a smile. Their focus is on family and fun. You'll find plenty of plant-based and gluten-free options.
Vietnamese chefs successfully pair foreign recipes with fresh, locally available ingredients and spices. The result is modern day Vietnamese Street Food, which you'll find at Pho District.
Local is at the heart of what Roots does as they strive to buy local, be a community gathering place, and craft amazing coffee drinks for customers. Kombucha and delicious teas are also on the menu.
Go the extra mile with extra everything. Or keep it light to feel just right. This is your life. Your recipe. So don't let anyone tell you how to salad. Locations on Camp Bowie Blvd. and Commerce Street.
Spice, by Thai Select, offers a wide menu of authentic Thai cuisine, including many vegetarian choices. Innovative creations, local products, and real pure flavors are cultivated from traditional Thai spices.
Since 2002, Spiral Diner has been serving up all the food you grew up loving -- burgers, hearty sandwiches, hot plates, cookies, cakes, ice cream and more -- it just happens to be 100% plant based.
Thailicious is delicious indeed, offering traditional Thai food plus favorite "local dishes" from different regions of Thailand. The menu is constantly updated so that each dish is suitable for the season.
Thai Rice 'N' Noodle prepares excellent and healthy Thai food, without MSG. This little gem on the westside has a wide variety of plant-based and vegetarian appetizers curries, soups, and entrees.
Authenticity is the objective every day at Thai Select. The special combination of herbs and spices used in preparing Thai dishes is what gives Thai food its very distinctive character. Lots of options here.
The best Thai in Fort Worth is also found in Keller. It's also a great place to find delicious salads, curries, spring rolls, and veggie-infused entrees, all in authentic Thai style.
Created by four culinary enthusiasts, The Table is a combined retail market and culinary studio dedicated to showcasing a wide variety of rotating products, including fresh produce, sourdough bread, cheeses, oils, and more.
Living Mediterranean means embracing simple food made from fresh, natural ingredients. Zoes gives it a modern spin. Area locations on Sage Meadow Trail and S. University Drive.