One of the greatest things about living in this part of the world is being able to easily access incredible food, fresh from local farmers. Locally made wine, vegan dishes and all sorts of meals, made with seasonal ingredients are at our finger tips, and they’re more affordable than one might expect!
Below are 10 highly rated NW WA Healthy Restaurants. Next time you’re in the area, stop by, enjoy a meal and please tell them that we sent you! These restaurants are some of the best around and their healthy options are plentiful. Enjoy!
Whidbey Pies and Cafe, Whidbey Island
“Whidbey Pies Cafe is a little 12 table cafe nestled in the Greenbank farm. We offer a full lunch menu with craft beer and local wines. During the summer months we have outside seating in our garden. Our Menu changes with the season and features local ingredients whenever possible.”
“We honor and promote our Skagit Valley featuring fresh vegetables, berries and fruits from our local farmers, free range chicken, fresh seafood from our local fishing community, naturally nested eggs and grass fed beef whenever available.”
The Woolley Market, Sedro Woolley
“Our mission at the Woolley Market is to do the right thing. We do this by seeking out the freshest, local, organic and traditionally crafted food we can find, offering the highest quality coupled with great value and superb service.”
Plum Cafe, Seattle
“Plum represents new beginnings in food and business. We’re making veganism accessible to everyone– not just through making delicious food, but also through incorporating our generation’s forward-thinking beliefs and style into everything we do. We have worked to develop a sustainable business model using what the earth provides to supply wholesome, nourishing food to our community.”
“Adrift uses the bounty of the Skagit Valley and surrounding waters to create memorable meals featuring locally sourced meats, seafood, and produce.”
Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe– University District Seattle
“The Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe continually seeks to set the standard on what it means to be a Sustainable Business. We make all business decisions with the goal of having people, the planet and profitability in balance. We never compromise on our mission, and our ultimate goal of having zero environmental impact on the Earth. We wear our hearts on our sleeves and demonstrate this in the way we welcome and take care of customers and employees, donate to local and national causes that share our values, source our ingredients, and prepare every dish. We continually strive to not only show what is possible with a cafe, but to bring our values and mission into the community, to effect real change, and show what a difference one place can make for the world and our community.”
Quickie Too, Tacoma
“Everyday we are changing the way that people view vegan food–opening them to the varied possibilities meatless lifestyle can provide. Our dedicated customers have inspired us to continue innovation–we are always working to make our food even tastier, more indulgent, and vibrant. One of our greatest passions is to draw on the simple tradition of American food to stir both your palate and emotions. We are bold and sophisticated, yet through our promise to do no harm to our animal neighbors; we peacefully extend to you all the bounty and beauty of the earth.”
Leaf and Ladle, Bellingham
The Bounty Kitchen. Queen Anne Seattle
Skagit Food Coop, Mount Vernon
“Our Deli features handmade food using the freshest ingredients and organic and locally sourced produce whenever possible. We offer entrees, side dishes, salads, soups, and sandwiches -– all made from scratch in our kitchens. We offer a wide variety of vegan, vegetarian, raw, gluten-free, and whole food choices for every meal. Ask our staff for suggestions to match your needs.”
Which healthy, local restaurant is your favorite?