Atlanta’s Top 5 Healthy, Organic Restaurants

There are a multitude of restaurants in Atlanta, Georgia, but where do you go when your primary concern is good quality food that won’t jeopardize your healthy diet? Not to worry!

Our team vets the healthiest restaurants all across America according to our strict standards of ingredient, preparation and environmental guidelines so that you can be certain that the restaurant you choose will not defeat your healthy diet intentions.

We are happy to announce our Top 5 restaurant picks for healthy, organic restaurants in Atlanta, Georgia:


1071 Howell Mill Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30318

This restaurant is as serious about your food as you are. Their menu is composed of certified organic ingredients free of antibiotics, growth hormones, synthetic pesticides, petroleum-based fertilizers, municipal sewage sludge, and genetic engineering. If they can't source an organic option, then they use non-GMO or local ingredients to help avoid the toxins found in mass-market conventional products.

With “Build Your Own Bowl” options, you can customize your meal to please yourself. If you’re feeling adventurous, try their menu favorites like the Aloha Bowl (organic bamboo rice, organic mango, fresh organic jalapenos, scallions, avocado, toasted organic coconut, crushed macadamia nuts and housesmade ginger miso dressing with MSC certified tuna poke), Macro Bowl (organic brown rice, organic lentils, roasted brussels sprouts, roasted cauliflower, roasted sweet potatoes, organic sunflower seeds and housemade detox dressing), or The Bachelor (organic brown rice, organic heirloom cherry tomatoes, basil, red onions, roasted broccoli, roasted mushrooms, and housemade pesto vinaigrette with grilled, organic steak).

Brack’s Kitchen

3872 Roswell Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30342

Offering signature bowls and salads, Brack’s Kitchen also features a Kids Menu and a “Feed the Family” option.

Signature bowls include Saturday in the Park (roasted sweet potatoes, garlic roasted mushrooms, Thai seared green beans, organic tri-colored quinoa, super slaw, lightly toasted sunflower seeds, black-eyed pea falafel, jalapeño pineapple vinaigrette), Spaghetti and Turkey Meatballs (sweet potato glass noodles tossed in a house marinara sauce with lean turkey meatballs), and Highway 29 (Johnny B’s barbecue chicken, brown rice, cowboy caviar, citrus marinated avocado, balsamic glazed Brussels sprouts, sriracha créme).

Signature salads include Jeanette’s Baby Blues (Hawaiian marinated steak, roasted sweet potatoes, garlic roasted mushrooms, local lettuce mix, balsamic marinated cherry tomatoes, English cucumber, red onion, fresh cilantro, smoked blue cheese, house balsamic vinaigrette), Mexicalli Grill (herb and citrus marinated chicken, queso fresco, cowboy caviar, marinated avocado, lightly toasted sun flower seeds, local lettuce mix, cucumber, cilantro with jalapeno pineapple vinaigrette), and more!


54 Pharr Road Northwest
Atlanta, Georgia 30305

Try “The OG” (gluten-free) Shroomy Vegan Organic Veatloaf Kombo (considered by many to be the most amazing vegan meatloaf in Atlanta): local organic Elijay Shitake Shrooms, organic lentils, organic oats, special house herb blend and their special Organic Shroom Gravy), gluten- and dairy-free Spicy Vegan HellaBowl (whole Haas avocado, spicy sweet potatoes, chickpea smash on a base of organic massaged kale, topped with Karma Vegan Ranch and Spicy Aioli plus Krispy Secret Krunchies), or gluten- and dairy-free Curry Chicken Combo (served chilled, their own ‘creamy’ bold curry Springer Mountain shredded chicken breast).

And if you need another incentive to visit KarmaFarm… for every meal sold, this restaurant donates one to a local child in need through No Kid Hungry Atlanta. What’s not to like?

Park 75 Restaurant

75 14th Street Northeast/Inside The Four Seasons
Atlanta, Georgia 30309

Located inside the Four Seasons in Midtown, Atlanta, you’ll find the award-winning Park 75 Restaurant.

Breakfast favorites include Brick Oven Breakfast Pizza, Eggs, Pancetta and Fontina, Smoked Salmon Plate, Toasted Bagel, Regular or Low-Fat Cream Cheese, and Oatmeal Crème Brûlée with Raisins. Lunch favorites include Free-Range Chicken Picatta, Angel Hair Pasta and Lemon Caper Butter and Sesame Seared Salmon and Wasabi Mashed Potatoes with Stir-Fry Vegetables, Baby Bok Choy and Coconut Miso Broth. Afternoon Tea and Pre Theatre dining options are also available.

Flower Child

3400 Around Lenox Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

Find your “happy place” at the Flower Child! Serving salads, bowls, wraps, and more, enjoy selections such as Keto Turkey Sausage and Zucchini Lasagna (organic tomato, kale, smoked gouda, ricotta), Glow Bowl (spicy sweet potato noodle, bok choy, zucchini, onion, jalapeño, shiitake mushroom, coconut milk, sunflower butter), and The Rebel Wrap (grilled steak, charred onion, port salut cheese, arugula, horseradish yogurt).


True Food Kitchen (Lenox Square)

3393 Peachtree Road Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

This restaurant, part of a chain, is based on the anti-inflammatory food pyramid -- the brainchild of founder and integrative medicine practitioner, Dr. Andrew Weil. And as you would expect, their menu reflects their philosophy – wholesome, healthy, and energizing.

Enjoy salads, bowls, pizzas, burgers and sandwiches, and entrees such as Grilled Chicken Parmesan (roasted spring vegetables, organic DiNapoli tomato sauce, mozzarella, herbs), vegetarian and gluten-free Spaghetti Squash Casserole (crushed organic DiNapoli tomato, caramelized onion, zucchini, fresh mozzarella), or gluten-free Lasagna Bolognese (fennel chicken sausage, mushroom, organic spinach, ricotta, herbs).

They also serve Brunch on weekends and feature specials like vegetarian, gluten-free Banana Pancakes (quinoa, Greek yogurt, maple syrup), Smashed Avocado Toast (organic sunny side up eggs, smoked gouda, sesame, grilled whole wheat), and Sunrise Bowl (organic sunny side up eggs, ancient grains, sweet potato, grilled portabello, avocado, hemp seed, cilantro pumpkin seed paste).

About The Templeton List

Created by James Templeton, a 30+ year Stage 4 Melanoma cancer survivor, the Templeton List is part of his lifelong dream to give back and lend a helping hand to cancer survivors and to anyone desiring to increase or maintain their good health. James experienced first-hand the challenge of finding quality restaurants and food sources when traveling.

The successful CEO of Uni-Key Health Systems and founder of the Templeton Wellness Foundation, The Templeton List was developed to help anyone easily find trust-worthy, vetted healthy restaurants all across America. Read more about our 5 Star Rating System here!

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There’s no need to sacrifice your health… even when dining out! You just have to know where to look.