Want to open a restaurant catering to specific diets or consumers trying to live a healthier lifestyle? With increased demand among consumers for food with more nutrients, restauranteurs have responded with healthier alternatives on many menus, This is especially national fast-food restaurants where a kids meal may include apple slices instead of french fries. In fact, healthier menus are a mega-trend of this decade with around 80% of diners reporting healthy options are a factor when choosing where to dine out.

Even the big fast food chains like McDonald’s and Wendy’s aren’t letting this shift in consumer behavior pass then by. If you’ve ever wanted to open a healthy restaurant serving customers with diets like keto or high-protein there’s never been a better time than now to meet this demand. Without further delay, here’s our list of healthy restaurant name ideas organized by category.

Healthy Restaurant Name Ideas

healthy meals

Healthier lifestyles are the inspiration.

According to food industry survey in 2016, 32% of Americans believe water is the only healthy beverage at most restaurants. You can help fix this pain-point among diners in your area.

  • Bliss mind
  • Blue Valley
  • Dutch Delight
  • El Pirata Porch
  • Made For You
  • Food Way
  • Freddy’s Stove
  • Green & Clean
  • Hopgoods Eatery
  • The Green Eatery
  • The Clean Eater
  • Inn Bouquet
  • Major Eats
  • Masala
  • Real Food Diner
  • Meal Varsity
  • Organic Tastes
  • Paterro’s Kitchen
  • Real Food Cafe
  • Red Stag Restaurant
  • No GMO Cafe
  • Red Cliff Cafe
  • Farmland Lunch
  • Salad Pub
  • Social Kitchen
  • Epic Taste
  • Taste of Tastes
  • The Caveman Coffee Shop
  • The Good Kitchen
  • Handpicked Healthy Meals
  • New Age Meals
  • The Meal Deal
  • Think First – Then Eat
  • Urban Diner
  • Vegan Corner
  • Natural Luncheonette
  • Very Vegan Inn
  • Whispering Bamboo
  • Yum Eatery

Healthy Fast Food Restaurant Name Ideas

Meatless sandwich.

“Healthy” and “fast food” were once considered an oxymoron, but not anymore. As an example, Taco Bell and Del Taco have both added more meatless menu options. If you want to serve food that’s not only convenient but good for you, browse our suggestions are below.

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  • Dine Wise
  • Elation Food
  • Fashion Eats
  • Fast n Good
  • Fast Tender Eatery
  • Food Fortunes
  • Food Reasons
  • Foodforia
  • Gloating Fast Foods
  • Green Airplane Stop
  • Hello Goodbye Healthy Food
  • Hopeful Meal
  • Kind Connection Meal
  • Market Place Run
  • Meet Me On The Run
  • MunchMore
  • Port of Foods
  • Run Food Run
  • Running Salads
  • TasteOption
  • The Flying Tomato
  • Thoughtful Foods Grill
  • Train Run Health
  • Travel Bites
  • Traveler’s Heart Beet
  • Vegava

Healthy Takeout Restaurant Name Ideas

Good for you takeout options.

A reported 21% of men say low-calorie menu options are helpful when dining out. Another reported 61% of Americans aged 18 – 29 years old actively seek organic ingredients in their meals. Eating well at home isn’t always easy, especially if you plan to order out from a restaurant. Here are some of the best ideas for a takeout brand.

  • Better Choice Drive Thru
  • Better Quick Bites
  • Better Than Dandelions
  • Field Sortie
  • Forest Field and Foods
  • Friend to Mother Earth
  • Abundant Garden Delivery
  • Freedom Fresh Garden
  • Graceful & Quick
  • Green Foods Fast
  • The Green Takeout
  • Happy Future Eats
  • Happy You Foods
  • Healthy Habit
  • Natural Food Chain
  • From the Ground Eatery
  • Natural Stop By
  • No Regrets Fast Food
  • Official Quick Meal
  • Right Quick Meal
  • Speed By Health
  • Stop By Smiles
  • Truly Hearty Eats
  • Wonderful Drive-Thru

Sustainable Restaurant Name Ideas

Sustainable restaurant name ideas.

While taste may be prominent in deciding where to eat, sustainable options and more eco-friendly restaurant operations are also taking a front seat with consumer awareness. This list will give you some ideas of how to brand a sustainable restaurant of the future.

  • Back to Nature
  • Eco-Friendly Fry Company
  • Dunes Natural Bites
  • Open Pasture Dining
  • Rain Forest Friends
  • Roots of Living
  • Soil of Life
  • Recycling Meals
  • Earth’s Bounty
  • Food Recyclers
  • Farm Bite
  • Farm-to-Mouth
  • Grassfed Grill
  • Green Me Up!
  • Green Nature
  • Good & Granola
  • Hungy Birds
  • Mother Nature’s Kitchen
  • Natural Lifestyle
  • Nature’s Flavor
  • Eco-Friendly Eats
  • Nature’s Way Cafe
  • Nature’s Well
  • New Life Restaurant
  • Oasis Green
  • Organic Only
  • Collective Crops
  • Second Home
  • Seed and Sprout Dining
  • The Green Table
  • The Pulse Restaurant
  • The Sustainable Table
  • Vegan Roots Cafe
  • Veggie Planet
  • Waves of Green Eats
  • Wellness Wok
  • Wild Thyme

Apples, oranges, and fish.

What are some menu items you could serve at a healthy restaurant? Here are a few ideas that could work well.

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  • Primavera with Chicken or Shrimp
  • Blackened Cajun Salmon
  • Sizzling Chicken and Shrimp
  • Rotisserie-Style Chicken Sandwich
  • Grilled Chicken Wrap
  • Spinach, Feta, and Cage-Free Egg White Wrap
  • Grilled Chicken Sandwich
  • Burrito Bowl with Chicken, Beans, Fajita Vegetables, Lettuce, Tomato Salsa, and Half a Portion of Guacamole
  • Turkey Sandwich With Cheddar Cheese on Whole Wheat Bread
  • Half a Roasted Artichoke + Spinach Thin Crust Pizza With Chicken
  • Margarita Grilled Chicken With Steamed Broccoli
  • SkinnyLicious Grilled Salmon
  • Top Sirloin Steak + Grilled Zucchini + Rice Pilaf
  • Sunday Homestyle Chicken + Baked Sweet Potato + Steamed Veggies
  • Fit Fare Loaded Veggie Omelette with Fruit and an English Muffin

Healthiest Restaurants in America

With Americans fast becoming more health-conscious, restaurants are cashing in on the trend by making their menus healthier without sacrificing the taste and quality. These awesome healthy restaurants already open in the United States and can help inspire your brand.

  • ABC Kitchen
  • Blaze Pizza
  • Blue Hill at Stone Barns
  • By Chloe
  • Chipotle
  • Claire’s Corner Copia
  • Coppi’s Organic Restaurant
  • Dig Inn
  • Dirt Candy
  • Evos
  • Founding Farmers
  • Hu Kitchen
  • Jason’s Deli
  • Juice Generation
  • Just Salad
  • Le Pain Quotidien
  • Lyfe Kitchen
  • Makoto
  • Miya’s Sushi
  • N/naka
  • Natural Selection
  • Noodles and Company
  • Northstar Café
  • Panera Bread
  • Pizza Fusion
  • Pret a Manger
  • Protein Bar
  • Restaurant Nora
  • Seasons 52
  • Spa Cafe
  • Sweet Green
  • The Little Beet Table
  • The Organic Coup
  • The Veggie Grill

Healthy Restaurant Industry Statistics 

Here are key statistics to help you understand the growth of this industry. This data is pulled from globally respected industry research firms like Statista and Health.gov. According to government reports, while many individuals are eating better, Americans do not follow dietary guidelines and health is suffering.

  • 6 in 10 adults are living with 1 or more diet-related chronic diseases. This represents an incredible opportunity if you make a menu that resolves diet related health issues.
  • 74% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. This suggests that almost 3 out of every 4 Americans should change their diet for health reasons.
  • Improving your diet can lower the risk of heart disease, cancer, obesity, and hip fractures. These are huge life benefits for consumers that want to improve their overall health.
  • 31% of people believe vegetarian food is healthy. This can be a popular option even if you operate a burger joint.
  • 50% of people are trying to avoid sugar in their diet. This represents and enormous number of diners in the United States that you could identify and market meals toward.

If you want to open a restaurant of your own, check our previous post on how we converted a house into a fully licensed restaurant. If you haven’t figured out your cost per menu item yet, don’t forget to check out our free cost calculator here

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