The restaurant, the menu, the drinks, the atmosphere — everything about Righteous Foods is, well, righteous! This local gem is in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, within walking distance from the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Kimbell Art Museum, and the Amon Carter. It’s great place to start or end the day’s adventure with a healthy meal.
Sit inside and soak in the bright, airy, wood-accented atmosphere, or step out on the patio and unwind surrounded by plants and fans that will keep you cool. The menu is rather unique, with appetizers like Meatballs and Yogurt (don’t knock it ‘till you’ve tried it), and Toasted Pistachio Guacamole.
There are several Poke Bowls to choose from, along with other “greens” (salads), “grains” (noodles), and “grinders” (meat). No matter what you order — be it the “Cochinita Pibil” Pork Tacos or Toasted Farro Risotto — it’s sure to make your taste buds happy and your body happier. Righteous Foods is all about top-notch ingredients.
If you’re a fan of brunch, you’ll probably want to head here before starting your day of adventure. Not only does Righteous Foods offer brunch bowls (Organic Acai Bowl, anyone?), but they also have drool-worthy classics like the Veggie Omelet and Eggs Benedict. Better yet, you can pair it all with a glass of Blueberry Kombucha or another “Detox” drink — Righteous Foods has several, including Elderberry Drinking Vinegar, Green Juice and Coconut Water, and CBD Sparkling Water.
Refreshing drinks, healthy food, bright and airy atmosphere. Righteous Foods checks all the boxes and always has great service to boot. The people here are incredibly friendly and will make you feel right at home, even if you’re new to the area or just visiting for a weekend. Whenever you find yourself in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, make sure a visit to Righteous Foods is at the top of your list for healthy eating in Fort Worth.
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3405 W 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76107