The Top 5 Healthy, Organic Restaurants in Fort Worth

The City of Cowboys and Culture and the 13th-largest city in the U.S., is also a popular tourist destination in Texas. With over 200 open-air restaurants, Fort Worth has much to offer in the way of culinary delights. But when you’re looking for organic, healthy restaurants, there are a few that stand head and shoulders above the rest.

The Templeton Team scours the country for the healthiest restaurants, according to our strict standards of ingredient, preparation and environmental guidelines. We are happy to announce our Top 5 restaurant picks for healthy, organic menu options in Fort Worth, Texas:

Righteous Foods

3405 West 7th Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Open 7 days a week, Righteous Foods serves up Brunch Bowls like Paleontology (Organic Eggs, Sweet Potato and Zucchini, Uncured Bacon, Sliced Avocado, Toasted Pistachios), Green Egg Chilaquiles and Ham (Organic Eggs, Corn Tortillas, Chile de Arbol , Pork, Queso Fresco), and Organic Acai Bowl (Organic Acai, House Made Granola, Organic Banana, Coconut, Mixed Berries).

For lunch, grab a Righteous B.A.L.E.T. (Uncured Niman Ranch Bacon, Kumato Tomato, Avocado, Baby Greens, Romesco, Organic Egg Over Easy, Black Beans), Niman Ranch Beef Burger (Smoked Gouda, Chlorophyll Aioli, House Pickles, Pickled Red Onions, Baby Greens, Kumato Tomato, Yuca Fries), or Bison Bulgagi Tacos (Grass Fed Bison, Pickled Cabbage and Carrots, Goat Cheese, Heirloom Corn Tortillas, and Black Beans).

Boulevard of Greens

2700 Horne Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Best of Fort Worth 2020 and Diners Choice 2019 are only two of the awards this restaurant has snagged. They feature healthy fast options for those on the go -- including bowls, soups, salads, smoothies, juice, and even Dog Bowls and Treats for your canine companion (ask about the Bark Bowl and Boccee Dog Treats).

Three of their most popular menu items for we humans include Blue Majik Shot (shot of blue green algae with pineapple juice), Seven Mile Bridge (functional limeade with RO water, organic lime, raw agave, Blue Majik Spirulina Extract), and Cinnamon Roll with Icing (handmade roll with hints of cinnamon, with or without icing, a dessert you can feel good about eating!).


777 Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

A sophisticated restaurant with a sophisticated wine list to match. Choose from entrees like Duroc Pork Shank (Korean chili glaze, XO sauce, kimchi, steamed bao buns and glass noodle salad), Windy Meadows Chicken (roasted Yukon potatoes, asparagus and salsa verde), Colorado Rack of Lamb (cauliflower puree and golden raisins, Fish and Pasta Maine Diver Scallops (shallot potato cake and American caviar butter sauce), Capellini Nero (Maine lobster, trumpet mushrooms, marinated chilis and toasted bread crumbs) or Pacific Halibut (English peas, baby carrots, morel mushrooms, potato gnocci and preserved Meyer lemon)… to name just a few.

The Healthy Hippie Café

6600 Denton Highway Ste 210
Fort Worth, Texas 76148

Organic, plant-based cuisine that also promotes live music, local artists, and community crafters with likeminded objectives. Kelli Myatt, owner/founder says, “I believe that organic, plant based food heals and fake, empty, fast food kills. I want to be the stepping stone to optimal health. I want people to realize that what and how you eat now will prevent illness, pills and surgery later.”

Their All-Day Menu includes a truly have-it-your-way option for burgers, bowls, and extras. A variety of Mac Bowls are featured (Chorizo & Cheese, Chili Mac, Broc Mac, and Thai Mac) as well as Carrot Dogs (Chili Cheese, Chicago, and Chorizo & Cheese). Check out their menu HERE.

Local Foods Kitchen

4548 Hartwood Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76109

Local Foods Kitchen focuses on small-batch soup, salads, sides, sweets, sandwiches and entrees, using the freshest locally sourced ingredients, as well as Certified Humane Raised & Handled® lamb, beef, and poultry.

“Everyday food” selections include Grilled Turkey Patty topped with basil pesto, goat cheese and Gruyere, Grilled Chicken Skewers, Gourmet Mac ‘N Cheese (imported and domestic cheeses), Chicken Enchiladas (chicken breast, spices, sour cream, sautéed onion, cheeses, corn tortillas), Grilled Salmon Fillet (served with lemon herb sauce), Chicken Pot Pies (with celery, onions, carrots, natural chicken broth), Pot Roast Pot Pie (succulent beef, carrots, red wine, beef stock, garlic), Lemon Shrimp (red onion, capers, olive oil and lemon juice)... and more!

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 online interactive restaurant guide, The Templeton List, was developed to help anyone easily find trust-worthy, carefully vetted healthy restaurants all across America. Read more about our 5 Star Rating System here!

You can read 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.

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