2019: Queens Voted Juice for Life Best Healthy Eatery!

Juice for Life

271-11 Union Tpke, New Hyde Park
718-343-2200 – www.juiceforlife.biz/Juice_For_Life

Juice for Life is the best healthy eatery in Queens, and now they have two locations in the borough. Both the Bayside and New Hyde Park locations are committed to helping people live healthier lives. They serve only the freshest and tastiest juices, wraps, rice bowls, smoothies, coffee, salads, soups and desserts. All of their food is made to order with their original recipes, and they offer ketogenic, paleo, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. They have eat in, carry out, delivery and catering. Juice for Life never uses MSG, microwaves, added fats, harmful additives or preservatives. Come to Juice for Life for delicious food without the guilt. You’re sure to leave happier and healthier!

2018: Queens Voted The Thirsty Koala Best Healthy Eatery!

The Thirsty Koala

35-12 Ditmars Blvd, Astoria, NY 11105

(718) 626-5430 – www.thethirstykoala.com

This Australian-inspired Astoria eatery reigns supreme when it comes to healthy eating. This restaurant, at home on Ditmars Boulevard, boasts a menu of mainly gluten-free and veggie options, all of which showcase local, natural and organic products. Its small goods are chemical-free, from local artisans who cure and smoke their meats naturally. The eatery – previously voted the number one Australian restaurant in all five boroughs – also makes its own goat and farmers’ cheeses using organic milk. It’s something different, for sure, but it’s definitely something delicious. And they’ve got the accolades to prove it.

2017: Queens Voted The Thirsty Koala Best Healthy Eatery!

The Thirsty Koala
35-12 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria, NY 11105. 718-626-5430
This Australian-inspired Astoria eatery reigns supreme when it comes to healthy eating. This restaurant, at home on Ditmars Boulevard, boasts a menu of mainly gluten-free and veggie options, all of which showcase local, natural and organic products. Its small goods are chemical-free, from local artisans who cure and smoke their meats naturally. The eatery – previously voted the number one Australian restaurant in all five boroughs – also makes its own goat and farmers’ cheeses using organic milk. It’s something different, for sure, but it’s definitely something delicious. And they’ve got the accolades to prove it.