One of our favorite things to do is eat, so we compiled a list of our top spots to refuel in Austin–whether that be after a workout or a long day at work. Add them to your list, check them off and fill your belly with the good stuff.

Picnik: Don’t leave this place without a butter coffee. Avocado toast with poached eggs or any of the breakfast tacos are top of our list. They even use Siete Foods tortillas! For lunch, we can’t wait to try the Thai Green Curry and the Picnik Cobb salad.

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Blenders & Bowls: Perfect for a post-workout satisfying and nurturing meal. We love their O.G. bowl with a heaping spoonful of almond butter on top for extra staying power.

Snap Kitchen: We’ll take anything on the menu of this healthy and quick grab & go spot. Our current favorites are the shrimp and cauliflower grits and the parmesan chicken with spiralized butternut squash. P.S. StudioHop members get a pretty awesome deal here when you order through their app—we’re talking a discount on every order!

Whole Foods (5th and Lamar): The OG Whole Foods is large and in charge. Although choosing what you’ll eat can be overwhelming, it’s the perfect spot to fuel up any time of day. That taco bar though…

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Steeping Room: We love this cozy spot for tea and coffee (matcha lattes!), but also their cashew Caesar salad and a scone for dessert. They also have healthy bowl options like their Buddha bowl with greens, grains, sweet potatoes and protein and sauce of choice.

Flower Child: This place will never get old. We’re in love with their delicious iced teas and lemonades, any of the salads (try the chopped vegetable salad with salmon), the Flying Avocado wrap and the Mother Earth bowl of course. If you’re feelin’ extra, order a side of the mac and cheese. It’s gluten free and it is to die for.

Healthy food bar at Honest Mary's in Austin, Texas
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Honest Mary’s: Build your own bowl heaven! Try the Sedona Lime Bowl for the cashew lime cream sauce alone, or build your own starting with a base, sides, toppings and sauce.

The Soup Peddler: Seriously a great spot for refueling. They have everything from fresh juice to smoothies, shots, soups (duh), salads, sandwiches and more. Try the basil pesto provolone sandwich with the tomato basil soup. Yes. Please.

Tartine platter at Blue Dahlia in Austin, Texas
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Blue Dahlia: The cutest French spot with fresh ingredients and tasty entrees and snacks. The tartines are all delicious—they’re open faced sandwiches and you can order them on gluten free bread. Our mouths are watering dreaming about the Blue Dahlia Brie tartine with walnuts and apricot jam.

Leaf: We usually build our own ginormous salads here, but if you’re in a pinch, order their strawberry fields salad or asiago lemon shrimp salad. So. Dang. Good.

Smoked salmon bagel at FoodHeads in Austin, Texas
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FoodHeads: We love breakfast or lunch here—but we can’t get enough of their wild salmon salad. If you’re in the mood for a sandwich, you really can’t go wrong. Bonus points for such a cute atmosphere!

Thundercloud: An Austin staple. You can make any sandwich a salad, but what’s wrong with a little bread, #ammiright? The Austin Club is a StudioHop HQ staple.