A huge part of NoHo’s Fitness Alley is centered around healthy and nutritious food for all diets, whether vegan, Keto, Whole 30, or another. From takeout for an on-the-go lunch to cozy cafes, there’s plenty of options to have a wholesome meal.

Broken Coconut: This 4th Street celebrity hang-out is centered around serving nourishing, healthful ingridients in a beautiful, beachy urban oasis. Their dishes are packed with superfoods and their associated nutrients and health benefits. With plenty of vegan and dairy-free options, Broken Coconut is a fantastic option for allergies and avoidance diets. Check out their menu here.

Dig: Farm-to-bowl powerhouse Dig serves up fresh, locally sources produce from small, independent farmers in and around New York City. Though their menu is constantly shifting with the seasons, it always features healthy options. If you need to grab lunch in a hurry, you can even pre-order your meals to maximize your time while staying healthy. Get more information here.

Fresh + Co: This family-owned chain features healthy, seasonal foods sourced from local farms, including Fresh + Co’s own! Dishes change seasonally, though there’s a smattering of delicious standby options as well. This is a great spot if you’re Celiac or avoiding gluten with options like gluten free avocado toast! See more info about them here.

Honeybrains: Eating well and feeling well are intrinsically linked, and Honeybrains was founded with this idea. Backed by neuroscience, Honeybrains creates dishes that maximize brain function and whole body health. If you want to know more about Honeybrains, the people behind it, and their unique approach to wellness, read out spotlight with founder Marisa Seifan, or see their menu here.

Little Atlas Cafe: Tucked away on a side street, this takeaway joint offers healthy options for everybody, but the vegan options are where they really shine. They’ve got a ton of healthy vegan options like tofu scramble, smoothies, and salads, but if you’re doing #Veganuary and want an unhealthy treat they have delectable options including vegan donuts and cheesecakes. Visit them at 6 West 4th Street from 8:45 to 6:45 daily.

NoHo Juice Bar and Deli: This Mercer Street spot isn’t your average New York deli. They’ve served up a wide selection of energy bars, nourishing drinks, and a healthy selection of Middle Eastern staples like Mezze platters since they opened in 2007. Get more information here.

Sage Kitchen: In a light-filled Bowery space you’ll find Sage Kitchen. Originally started as a catering company by a group of friends, they came to the neighborhood in a permanent space last year. If you’re looking for a healthy brunch, they’ve got a special menu on Sundays! They also offer grab and go options when you’re on the run. Check out their menu here.

Two Hands: A cozy cafe on Bleecker Street, Two Hands serves up healthy Australian cafe fare that’s fresh, vegetable-forward and delicious. Open for breakfast and lunch, they offer a full service restaurant experience. See more about them here.

As a bonus, we want to highlight Cheska’s. If you’re trying Keto for the new year, they have sweet potato and cauliflower crust pizzas, and while it’s not traditionally healthy, it is delicious! Check out their menu here.