MORE Healthy Restaurants in St. Louis

Check out these healthy restaurant options in St. Louis, Missouri!

Vicia Restaurant

4260 Forest Park Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63108

Open Tuesday through Saturday evenings, Vicia offers a seasonal, locally inspired menu. Look for favorites such as The Farmer’s Feast, a 3-course selection that features fresh, locally sourced produce. Note that the menu changes seasonally. Menu items are also available ala carte. Sample menu HERE.

J. Devoti Trattori

5100 Daggett Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63110

Their menu changes daily and is updated weekly on their website. A 4-course meal is $65/person and includes items such as (1st course) crostini- roasted J. T. gelineau mushroom, white wine, herb butter, house-made focaccia; (2nd course) salad Farmer & Co. greens, Benne’s Farm pork belly, roasted onion, olive, crouton, Hemme Bro’s cheddar, vinaigrette; (3rd course) San Diego Ca. yellowfin tuna, Stuckmeyer Farm sweet potato purée, vinaigrette - or - braised Slegel Farm beef, polenta, braising jus; (4th course) torte au chocolat, candied Mo. pecans, creme Chantilly.


622 North and South Road
University City, Missouri 63130

Appetizers include Grilled Artichoke Hearts (herbed aioli, lemon); Baked Goat Cheese (herbed tomato sauce, locally crafted bread); and Fresh Spring Rolls (bamboo shoots, red pepper, cabbage, basil, truffle miso). Main dishes include Red Bean & Vegetable Enchiladas (squash, red pepper, mushrooms, spinach, ,avocado, tomato, onion, enchilada sauce, cashew cheddar, scallion); Skinny Pizza (sundried tomato white sauce, Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, mozzarella, arugula, orange zest Parmesan); Seared Ahi Tuna Salad (mixed greens, red pepper, cucumber, scallion, mango, sesame-ginger vinaigrette); and Mediterranean Salmon (8 oz filet, grilled asparagus, herbed new potatoes, fresh tomato salad, EVOO, feta). They also offer a variety of handhelds such as the Mushroom Reuben (Crimini mushrooms, sauerkraut, dairy free Swiss, tomato, house-made thousand island, local rye). Their Bonito Bar was named 2023 A-List Best New Addition to St. Louis by St. Louis Magazine.

Vitality Bowls

8029 Dale Avenue
Richmond Heights, Missouri 63117

The owners’ food journey began as a result of discovering their daughter's severe food allergies and wanting to find healthy, safe food alternatives. Fast forward, and you are the recipients of their uniquely designed restaurant with more than 100 franchised cafés open and in development. They’re clearly onto something good!

Order from their selection of Bowls like the Vitality Bowl (organic Acai base, strawberries, banana, organic flax seed), Superfood Bowl (organic Acai, Acerola, Graviola, strawberries, banana), Spring Bowl (Acerola, strawberries, mango, banana and toppings such as organic granola, strawberries, blueberries, and bee pollen).

Paninis, Salads, and Soups are also favorite orders. The Sirloin (grass-fed sirloin, mozzarella, red onion, spinach, Dijon), Roasted Turkey (all-natural turkey breast, mozzarella, sun dried tomatoes), and The Gladiator (peanut butter on whole wheat, granola, banana and honey) are mentionable favorites.

About The Templeton List

Created by James Templeton, a 38-year Stage 4 Melanoma cancer survivor, The Templeton List, a healthy restaurant guide 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 while traveling across the country. The successful CEO of Uni-Key Health Systems and founder of the Templeton Wellness Foundation, James made it his mission to develop The Templeton List, an online interactive Restaurant Guide that has been developed to help anyone easily find trust-worthy, vetted healthy restaurants all across America. It’s a work in progress as new restaurants are constantly being vetted and added to the list.

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Learn about James’ personal journey as a cancer survivor in his best-selling book, I Used To Have Cancer. For more information about The Templeton Wellness Foundation, visit You’ll find inspiring stories of other cancer survivors along with video interviews with top experts from around the world in the integrative and functional medicine arena as they bring the latest leading-edge health and healing information to the holistic treatment and prevention of cancer.