Published on January 5, 2016

3 Philadelphia Dishes for a Healthier 2016

Trying to start the year off the light? Here are three mouth-watering plates from great local spots on Reserve that’ll help you achieve your healthy goals.

3 Delicious Dishes for a Healthier 2016

MUSTARD GREENS - The Fat Ham (University City)

At Kevin Sbraga’s second restaurant, The Fat Ham, the Top Chef winner prepares plentiful Southern-inspired meat and vegetable small plates. The list of seasonal, specialty barrel-aged cocktails and more than 120 different bourbons and whiskeys also takes its inspiration from the South.

GRILLED WHOLE BRANZINO - a.kitchen (Rittenhouse Square)

At a.kitchen, Chef Eli Kulp's menu reflects creative and flavorful American small plates with a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients and old-school techniques. An award-winning selection of food-friendly wines and craft beers accompany the fare, and cocktail connoisseurs can visit the adjacent a.bar for an even more expansive selection of libations.

FANCY RADISHES - Vedge (Washington Square)

Vedge is husband-and-wife duo Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby’s vegetable-focused restaurant, featuring inventive vegan small plates prepared with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. Located inside the historic Tiger Building, the charming setting is both rustic and elegant, with colonial touches, a fireplace and cozy booth seats.

Happy dining,
Lisa Ganz, Reserve Philadelphia

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