This fast, casual joint has amassed a cult following thanks to their healthy and fresh vegan fare. Stop by and sample Boston exclusives such as their lobster roll and clam chowder; or gnosh on tried and true favorites such as the pesto meatballs or quinoa taco. 107 Seaport Blvd., 617-845-1055
A completely customizable dining experience, Dig Inn offers up community-sourced food that tastes good and is good for you. Choose your base—with the options of farm greens with mint, organic maine farro with butternut squash, and brown rice—then load up on sides such as grilled heirloom apples, coconut roasted carrots, candy-stripe beets, and add a protein such as charred chicken or wild Alaskan salmon. 557 Boylston St., 617-904-3711
Evoo—a witty play on extra virgin olive oil—serves up eclectic New American cuisine. Their menu changes daily, but is always full of organic, local, and sustainable ingredients. To warm up on a cold winter day we suggest the parsnip soup with apples, tarragon, chervil, and croûtons, or Jake’s Durum Wheat Fettuccine. 350 Third St., Cambridge, 617-661-3866
Nosh on flavorful dishes from this Asian-inspired stop without feeling an ounce of guilt. Myers + Chang focuses on local ingredients, and serves up dishes using lighter sauces, all while staying true to their regional flare. 1145 Washington St., 617-542-5200
Simplicity is key when it comes to good eats, at least according to Clover. With a focus on taste, Clover does things without freezers, preservatives, “natural” or “artificial” flavors, or any enhancers. Their unique (and healthy) plates include a chickpea fritter sandwich and farro mushroom soup. 360 Longwood Ave.
Keep to your resolutions with Oleana’s fresh Eastern-Mediterranean fare. Between their vegetable tasting menu, spinach falafel, carrot kibbeh, and sweet potato kumpir dishes, you’ll have enough options to be stuffed and satisfied without the loads of carbs and calories. 134 Hampshire St., Cambridge, 617-661-0505
Rehydrate and refresh at Cocobeet with one of their many cleansing juices and smoothies, perfect for a post-workout treat. With a focus on organic, plant-based ingredients, you can’t go wrong with their watermelon quench, kickstart, and green gold concoctions. 100 City Hall Plaza, 857-263-8598
Taranta is Eat-REAL certified, a nationally-recognized mark of excellence for food and food-service operators committed to holistic nutrition and environmental stewardship. Delicious wellness-inspired dishes include the espresso crusted grass fed beef tenderloin and wild mushroom quinoa risotto style. 210 Hanover St., 617-720-0052