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Keep Healthy Eating Resolutions At Legacy West

As we settle into the new year, now is the time to stay on top of resolutions to live healthier.  It’s not always easy to eat healthy with so many tempting new dining options.  Remember, with so many choices, you don’t have to eat everything at once, and you don’t have to feel bad about what you do eat.  Pace yourself, and explore the many healthy dishes available throughout Legacy West.

Simply Prepared Fresh Fish (Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House)

The seafood is as delectable as the steak.  Enjoy high-quality fish, finished with a splash of butter and a pinch of Himalayan sea salt.  The dish is simply prepared to let the freshness, quality, and healthy protein speak for itself.

Tuna Tartare (Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House)

Tuna Tartare is a perfect fit for your healthy lifestyle.  Rich in Omega 3s, tuna also is a “mood lifter” that can aid in reducing stress.  Plus, the dish is gluten free!

Quinoa and Avocado Powerbowl (Earls Kitchen+Bar)

A vibrant quinoa salad topped with roasted and lightly caramelized squash and beets, crispy chickpeas, toasted pumpkin seeds, and a herbaceous Green Goddess dressing.

West Coast Ahi Tuna Salad (Earls Kitchen+Bar)

Made with crusted tuna, seared to rare, on top of a bed of vibrant vegetables. A light dressing of Soy-Ginger vinaigrette gives this salad depth while still showcasing all the ingredients.

Orange Theory (FreshFin Poke Co. at Legacy Hall)

FreshFin Poke Co. is a chef-driven, Hawaiian inspired poke creation stall at Legacy Hall.  Its journey is to source the highest quality fish from responsible and sustainable fisheries.  It’s also 100% gluten, dairy, and vegan friendly keeping nutritional options open for everyone looking to jump start their 2018 nutritional goals.  The Orange Theory is a favorite and features Scottish salmon, green & red onion, edamame, avocado, mango, seasonal radish, carrot roe, and shiso salt.

Tuscan Kale Salad (North Italia)

Crispy pancetta, charred grape, apple, pistachio, breadcrumb, parmesan vinaigrette (the crispy pancetta and breadcrumbs are both minimal on the salad but guests can ask to have them not included if desired). You can also add grilled chicken or salmon to the salad, both healthy protein options.

Crab and Avocado Salad (Tommy Bahama)

Looking for a dish that’s light on calories but not on flavor?  Sail over to Tommy Bahama and try the Lump Blue Crab & Avocado Salad with Shredded Romaine, Vine-Ripe Tomatoes, Feta, Red Onions, and house made Lime-Caper Vinaigrette.

Winter Squash Toast (True Food Kitchen)

This vegan dish features roasted, mashed winter squash (butternut or acorn) and is served on top of toasted organic wheat bread, topped with brussel leaves, hazelnuts, lemon oil and drizzled with saba.  By using maple syrup to lightly sweeten the squash mix, the glycemic index of the dish remains lower.  The toast is also made from all organic ingredients.

Ancient Grains Bowl (True Food Kitchen)

A huge favorite among True Food guests, the bowl includes a variety of ancient grains (brown rice, farro, and quinoa) and is served with grilled Portobello mushrooms, charred onions, snow peas, miso glazed sweet potatoes topped with sesame seeds, sliced avocado, and cilantro pesto.  Hemp seeds are one of the best sources of digestible plant proteins, and both avocados and hemp seeds are a great source of healthy fats.