Clean Plates is a restaurant guidebook focused on reviews of healthier eating establishments created to help consumers make smarter dining choices. Restaurants within the book are selected based on overall healthfulness of menu, and icons like "primarily meat-based menu" and "gluten-free options" further define eats. While Clean Plates launched two and a half years ago in New York, a Los Angeles edition is for sale as of this month. [EaterWire]
Zagat, But Healthier
by Kat Odell
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