Eating Clean & Green

November 3, 2016 | Tampa Downtown | Dishes

If all goes according to plan, by the year 2020 Downtown Tampa will be among the most health-oriented pedestrian areas in the country. Green-thinking commercial and residential spaces are already in the works, but why not start eating clean now?

Hass Avocado Fresh Roll and Traditional Fresh Roll

bamboozleTry It: $3.75, $4.50

Bamboozle Café
516 N. Tampa St.
(813) 223-7320

Hass Avocado Fresh Roll: fresh carrots, cucumber, mango and cilantro

Traditional Fresh Roll: grilled pork, shrimp, fresh cucumbers, mint and chive

Roasted Beet & Feta Salad


Try It: $7 (half), $12 (full)

Tampa Pizza Company
777 N. Ashley Dr.
(813) 463-1600

Ingredients: Arugula, roasted red onions, feta cheese and roasted walnuts

Kale Salad


Try It: $6

Café Hey
1540 N. Franklin Ave.
(813) 221-5150

Ingredients: Raw massaged kale and purple cabbage with a sun-dried tomato vinaigrette, topped with shredded carrots and a toasted sunflower-sesame seed mix

Bayou Shrimp & Grits

FitLifeFoods menu items

Try It: $8.95 (small), $10.95 (medium)

Fit Life Foods
101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Ste. 340, 504 S. Howard Ave., 1902-B S. Dale Mabry Hwy., 126 S. Westshore Blvd., Ste. 4A

Ingredients: Cauliflower and quinoa “grits” layered with bayou chicken and chicken sausage, topped with spicy roasted shrimp

Grilled Lemongrass Chicken Bún


Try It: $7.95

Fusion Bowl
504 E. Kennedy Blvd.
(813) 222-0102

Ingredients: lettuce, cucumber, cilantro, grated carrots, crispy shallots and crushed peanuts, served with sweet and sour Nuoc Mam sauce