Eat Paleo in Dallas

Eat Paleo in Dallas
One of the best parts about traveling is enjoying the delicious restaurants your destination has to offer. When you’re on a restricted diet, finding places to suit your needs can be a little more difficult. If you’re on the paleo diet, gluten-free or just want to try something new, nourish your body with wholesome ingredients at some of these delicious Dallas restaurants.

One of the best parts about traveling is enjoying the delicious restaurants your destination has to offer. When you’re on a restricted diet, finding places to suit your needs can be a little more difficult. If you’re on the paleo diet, gluten-free or just want to try something new, nourish your body with wholesome ingredients at some of these delicious Dallas restaurants.

HG Sply Co
2008 Greenville Ave

HG Sply Co believes food should be simple, yet indulgent. They are inspired by the paleo diet and believe that labels should not define wholesome food. A mix between basic ingredients and the popular food of today, the restaurant adds many Paleo-inspired meals with portions fit for a caveman. They have dishes like the Duck Fried “Rice,” consisting of “orange-chile-honey-glazed duck,” brussel sprouts and stir-fried cauliflower rice. HG Sply Co also offers bowls where one can choose a protein they call the “hunted” and a vegetable for the “gathered.” The restaurant has a rooftop that is open at 5 p.m. on weekdays and 11a.m. on weekends. All items can be prepared gluten and dairy-free when requested.

Recommendations: Honey Garlic Brussel Sprouts, Sauteed TX Akaushi Beef

Unrefined Bakery
3426 Greenville Ave #150

Nutrition is important, but so is taste! Mother and daughter co-creators, Anne and Taylor, believe that gluten-free food can taste just as yummy as gluten-filled goods. Unrefined Bakery uses organic and non-GMO ingredients. There is something for everybody with nut-free, tapioca-free, grain-free, sugar-free, yeast-free, and paleo options. Enjoy a guilt-free Paleo Morning Muffin or savory Pruny Paleo Foodbar for an afternoon snack. Put grassfed steak between two slices of starch-free Paleo bread and make the perfect steak sandwich.

Recommendations: Tropical Paleo Foodbar, Paleo Pumpkin Muffins

True Food Kitchen
8383 Preston Center Plaza #100

True Food Kitchen lives by the motto: “Honest food that tastes really good.” Their healthy selection of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free foods make it easier for people with restrictive diets to enjoy dining out. Their seasonal menu includes refreshing drinks like Honeydew & Ginger Soda, which contains only honeydew, ginger, honey, and lemon or the Kale-Aid with kale, apple, cucumber, celery, lemon and ginger. For an entrée, enjoy the gluten-free Spaghetti Squash Casserole with fresh mozzarella, organic tomato and zucchini. Finish off your feast with a creamy Chia Seed Pudding or relaxing Jasmine Pearl Green Tea.

Recommendations: Honey Bee Ginger Beer, Ginger Snap

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