North Andover's restaurant scene offers plenty of healthy dishes that are packed with flavor.
Football games, holiday parties and tasty nights out on the town. They’re all just evil conspiracies to ruin your New Year’s Resolutions. It’s hard to eat healthily when you have a great football team that plays late into January. It’s not easy to make good decisions when you live in one of the best havens for restaurants in the Merrimack Valley. It’s also hard to get back on track after a holiday season filled with heartwarming meals and delicious treats. Patch is here today to steer you back on track. Keeping your resolutions can be easier than you think. Plentiful options around North Andover paired with a little bit of regular exercise can keep your New Year’s Resolutions within reach. Just take a look at some of these healthy, tasty …
This week we tour the Andovers with a focus on health foods.
- Jay Oza
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Perhaps you have some new gift cards, received a holiday bonus, or are just itching to get out of the house, but one thing is for sure, it’s time to go out to eat! The holidays have come and gone and many of us are succumbing to the annual new year’s resolution of getting fitter and becoming healthier. Or, perhaps you are a person who needs no excuse to eat healthily when eating at a restaurant. Whatever be your situation, this week we’ll tour the Andovers with a focus on health. 1. Grilled Rainbow Trout Having Joe Fish nearby is a luxury that Merrimack Valley residents should take advantage of. You’ll definitely be sampling Joe’s best if you try the Grilled Rainbow Trout. The dish costs $14.99 and today’s theme shines through with the …