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13 Clean Eating Meals in San Antonio to Try When You Need to Detox 

If you’re looking for more guilt-free options on the SA food scene, we’ve picked some of the best places to visit and what to order from each menu. Thankfully, eating healthy at these local spots doesn’t mean sacrificing delicious flavor.
Revolucion Coffee & Juice
7959 Broadway, Suite 500, (210) 701-0725
The peanut butter and jelly acai bowl is a great introduction to the concept with familiar flavors like peanut butter, berries, and bananas, but with a slight twist.
Photo via Facebook, Revolucion Coffee + Juice
Evergreen Organic Restaurant
523 Med Ct., Suite 102, (210) 437-1057
The lasagna might be this restaurant’s best-kept secret with pizza dominating most of the menu, but you won’t be disappointed as you savor each bite of this meaty, cheesy delicious entree.
Photo via Instagram, evergreensatx
First Course
22015 I-10 W., Suite 107, (210) 698-5200
The sky’s the limit with all of the fresh ingredients at your disposal when visiting First Course, try mixing and matching your favorite combos and take a different approach each time to keep things interesting.
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Green Vegetarian Cuisine
Multiple locations, eatatgreen.com
It’s hard to believe that cauliflower can be transformed into delicious hot wings for their cauliflower hot wings, but the good people over at Green have done it. You won’t even miss animal protein with this one-of-a-kind appetizer. If you can’t handle the heat, ask for the barbecue version for a sweeter, less intense experience.
Photo via Instagram, greenvegetarian
Pharm Table
106 Auditorium Circle, (210) 802-1860
With so many different restaurants serving tamales around the city, you might overlook the Quinoa Tamal Bowl, but you’ve never had ‘em like this before. These gluten-free versions are packed full of flavor. You can order the vegan version or add chicken or pork for some extra protein.
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La Botanica
2911 N. St. Mary's Street, (210) 716-0702
Pair your black bean empanadas with the refreshing Pepino Blanco and you’ve got a match made in culinary heaven. You won’t be disappointed with the hearty deep-fried black bean empanadas. They are a great start to your meal alongside your drink that includes house-made cucumber Fresca with gin and mint.
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5 Points Local
1017 N. Flores St., (210) 267-2652
Each bowl at 5 Points Local is packed with expertly balanced flavors. The Karma Bowl is a customer favorite that includes quinoa, black beans, sweet potatoes, kale salad, and of course their famous cashew crema. Egg, avocado, chicken, and steak are all optional add-ons, but any way you take yours, you can’t go wrong.
Rise Up
6401 Broadway, (210) 268-8009
The pitaya candy bowl is just as delicious as it sounds with ingredients that include the always fascinating pitaya fruit, apple juice, banana, pineapple and honey and with delicious toppings to match.
Photo via Instagram, riseupsatx
Senor Veggie
620 S. Presa St., (210) 228-0073
You won’t even believe you’re not eating meat with Señor Veggie’s famous Veggie Street Tacos. The “meaty” jackfruit pairs deliciously with their homemade slaw, pico de gallo, and cashew crema — all wrapped in a corn tortilla.
Photo via Instagram, senorveggie
Jugo Juicery
Multiple locations, doyouevenjugo.com
Whether just starting off your day or grabbing a midday pick me up, the fresh flavors of Energize Cold Pressed Juice, a Jugo Juicery favorite, will get your blood pumpin’. With nutrient-rich ingredients like orange, apple, lemon, carrot, and ginger, your body is going to be pretty happy with you.
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Earth Burger
818 NW Loop 410, (210) 524-1086
The only soft serve of it’s kind in the city, Earth Burger’s coconut soft serve is a mere 190 calories and has all the makings of your next sweet tooth addiction.
SA Fresh
1015 Rittiman Road, Suite 113, (210) 829-4446
Lauded by some customers as “the best they’ve ever had,” the Cubano Sandwich is filled with mojo-braised pork, ham, Swiss cheese, adobo verde mayo, house-made pickled red onions and pickles, all on a toasted French roll.
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Viva Vegeria
1422 Nogalitos St, (210) 465-9233
All of the dishes at Viva Vegeria will help you expand your culinary horizons, perhaps the best example of this is the Flautas de Camote which are taquitos that are deep fried and stuffed with mashed sweet potatoes, garlic, and stewed tomato green chile.
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Revolucion Coffee & Juice
7959 Broadway, Suite 500, (210) 701-0725
The peanut butter and jelly acai bowl is a great introduction to the concept with familiar flavors like peanut butter, berries, and bananas, but with a slight twist.
Photo via Facebook, Revolucion Coffee + Juice
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