Over the last year, Rosemary Square in West Palm Beach has opened a number of new eateries, many of which place a high value on healthful cuisine. Here are three to try now, plus our suggestions for what to order.
The newest location of this seasonally inspired restaurant and craft bar opened in Rosemary Square July 30. The menu was built around the anti-inflammatory food pyramid—which spotlights nutrient-rich ingredients that promote overall well-being—and the calorie count for each item is included, so diners know exactly what to expect. From the flavorful summer menu, opt for the refreshing Watermelon Lemonade, followed by the light yet luscious edamame dumplings. Satisfying entrees range from a vegan cheeseburger to shrimp tacos. And don’t head home without trying the molten lava cake.
This completely plant-based restaurant concept has already found fame in Miami and Toronto—and now it’s calling Rosemary Square home too. Diners can sample innovative vegan interpretations of commonly meat- and seafood-laced delicacies, such as sushi, ceviche, lasagna, and pizza. In place of Bang, Bang Shrimp, for example, patrons can order Bang, Bang Broccoli. Wash it all down with a creative cocktail, from the Kombucha Mojito (rum, berries, mint, lime, agave, and berry kombucha) to the Pink Flamingo (vodka, grapefruit, hibiscus, and lime).
For a casual spot that still delivers big in taste, health, and style, look no further than Pura Vida. This all-day hangout offers a menu of breakfast and lunch delights that won’t weigh you down, as well as juice and smoothie options that will leave you ready to tackle anything the day throws at you. For something super satisfying, try the mango salmon bowl. Layered with oven-roasted salmon, quinoa, arugula, avocado, cherry tomatoes, pickled cabbage, and mango, it’s destined to become your new go-to power lunch order.