We all want to be wiser consumers and not victims of impulse buying and marketing tactics. When it comes to our desire to eat healthier to promote a lifestyle of wellness, we really are searching for affirming information that what we are purchasing is good for us.
Green Table, the 100 percent gluten-free, veggie-based, regionally sourced, and almost entirely organic restaurant, is a light and bright vegetarian haven on West De la Guerra Street. Formerly home to Boochies, the café reopened this past February with a new name, new ownership, and an expanded menu, featuring a healthy spin on classic dishes. “A lot of people think eating healthy isn’t necessarily tasty,” said Alexandra Zarnescu, who now owns the restaurant with her husband, George. “We’re trying to make it as tasty as possible.”
There are dozens of great restaurants where you can get grilled chicken or steak but how many restaurants are centered around a large variety of locally sourced organic fresh produce, organic nuts, the best fats, alkaline Matcha and handmade sauces. What does this list have in common? They are all alkaline foods, which the American diet is very deficient in. How can you alkalize? Green Table Vegetarian restaurant!