Seattle’s Three Best Places to Refuel

It’s no wonder that Seattle rocks the health movement, with countless parks and trails right in the city and sweeping wilderness surrounding it. After you’ve gotten your heart rate up and sweated for a while, it’s time to refuel. Check out these three great options to satisfy your appetite without undoing all that hard work.

Custom Smoothie & Sports Nutrition

via Custom Smoothie Sports and Nutrition

via Custom Smoothie Sports & Nutrition

Craft your personalized recovery drink at Custom Smoothie, whether you’re looking for muscle gain, weight loss, or just an organic snack. Pick from one of their tasty menu items, or create a completely customized version with the extensive list of flavors and supplements. Stay on track with the help of the friendly staff to help you pick—even the healthiest option here tastes like a treat.

You can find Custom Smoothie & Sports Nutrition at 462 N 34th St.

Local 360

via Flickr user Tom Ipri

via Flickr user Tom Ipri

You’ve been good to your body; now treat the earth just as well at Local 360, serving loads of healthy options all sourced within 360 miles of Seattle. You may feel like you stepped out of a Portlandia scene, but your waiter really can tell you exactly where your chicken came from. All the meat served here is fed on a vegetarian diet, treated humanely with no growth hormones.

You can find Local 360 at 2234 1st Ave.

Ballard Farmers Market

via Flickr user Sean Munson

via Flickr user Sean Munson

What better place to stock up on healthy post-workout nuts and fruit than one of Seattle’s famous farmers markets? Go for a Sunday morning jog along the Burke Gilman Trail and end at the Ballard Farmers’ Market for a farm-fresh array of produce, all from Washington growers. Good for the body and good for the soul, the bold array colors and smells brighten even grey days.

You can find the Ballard Farmers Market at 5300 Ballard Ave NW.