It’s been over a week since we hit 2020, but that doesn’t stop the “new year, new you” train for Philadelphia.
Most Philadelphians are getting their health kick on by hitting the gym, meditating or eating clean — but one tricky part about getting into the wellness groove is finding healthier choices when you just need a drink — because, let’s face it, we all have those days. Luckily for you, the City of Brotherly Love does have some wise choices when you need to drink your worries away on a refreshing libation, and even find a full meal that tastes like a “cheat” but is actually a healthy treat. Metro has the scoop on where you can go to do just that.
Where to find healthy alternatives in Philadelphia
Workhorse Brewing Co.
Workhorse is known around the City of Brotherly Love for their unique and delicious brews available for purchase around Philly and at their brewery in King of Prussia. Now health-conscious Philadelphians are truly in for a treat with the release of the new sake beer, Workhorse Pure. Pure will be available next week, and it truly tastes just as good as sounds, being inspired from the flavors, techniques and ingredients of Japanese sake. According to a release, Workhouse Pure is a light, clean and crisp sake-inspired ale with a light, healthy profile and a completely different look and feel from the existing Workhorse brand. Philadelphians can learn more about Workhorse Pure at workhorsebrewing.com
Two Robbers Hard Seltzer
The hard seltzer craze is far from over, even in the dead of winter. A perfect choice for a delicious can of spirited bubbly is Philly’s own Two Robbers Seltzer. According to a release, with leading nutrition metrics, Two Robbers hard seltzers have zero sugar, zero sweeteners, are naturally gluten-free, contain all-natural ingredients and are only 110 calories per can. Philadelphians can sip on a variety of unique flavors including orange and mango, pineapple and ginger, watermelon and cucumber, and available in the near future, peach berry. Two Robbers is also conveniently available for purchase in most areas of the city and around Delaware County. Philadelphians can locate where to purchase Two Robbers Hard Seltzers through their locator on their official website, tworobbers.com.
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
If you are just craving a hearty meal, but not all of the calories that come with it, heading to Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse is just what the doctor ordered. Both of Davio’s locations in Philly (111 S 17th St.) and King of Prussia (200 Main St.) partnered with Awaken180° Weightloss to help provide diners with healthy alternatives fitting into almost every dietary guideline. According to the release, Awaken180° blends the science of weight loss, ease of meal preparation, and frequency of meals with support and accountability, and Davio’s diners will get to sink their teeth into an array of entree selections, appetizers, salads and even dessert with a side of absolutely no guilt. More information is available on Davio’s website at davios.com.