Greenhouse kitchen planting healthy options

Up the street and a right turn away from Sidecar Coffee, Milk Box Bakery and Insomnia Cookies, a new College Hill hotspot lies in waiting for the fascination of health junkies: GreenHouse Kitchen.

GreenHouse Kitchen has been offering flavored focus fresh options, according to their press release since March 22, when their doors opened. The new restaurant specializes in casual dining and offers vegan and gluten-free options.

With creative names for their meals like “Leaning Tower” and “Berry Good,” one doesn’t have to be creative at GreenHouse Kitchen, but they are still given the option to be. The restaurant is set up like Subway, so one can order a roll, bowl or salad and customize it to their liking.

The restaurant offers fresh, healthy and innovative add-ons like carrot curls, jicama, flaxseed crisps, soy chicken, falafel blend and much more.

Not only does the restaurant offer an outlet for food ingenuity, the restaurant also offers house made quesadillas, soup of the day and other soup flavors.

Meat and chicken lovers don’t fret: cage-free natural chicken and USDA prime angus steak are offered as protein choices to add to bowls, salads or rolls.

If fresh burritos, salads, and power bowls are not enough, the restaurant gives the option to add a variety of whole grain and multi-seed chips and queso, salsa and guac on to one’s meal. Drinks like Kombucha, LaCroix and other Pepsi products are also offered for purchase.

The guests are greeted with warm smiles and a funky green interior. The restaurant displays the American Gothic painting with GreenHouse Kitchen aprons on the farmer and his wife and a pair of green sunglasses.The new restaurant, committed to be as fresh as possible, has a Living Wall behind the order station, which holds live growing plants.

With food trends moving fast, restaurants have to move faster. Head over to 917 West 23rd Street to get on the trend of  fresh, fast and casual meals.

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