Modern families know that being healthy matters, unlike that antiquated one in Family Matters, where the dad looked like he was two minutes away from Dying Hard. For grub from a fam trying to keep you fit, trundle over to Litestars
A family-run quick-casual bistro whose all-natural, health-obsessed menu was designed by their matriarch (a French culinary school grad), Litestar's an airy, counter-ordering 83-seater with neck-craning decor like hanging flatscreens, and massive gold stars on the ceiling, meaning someone thinks they did a super special awesome job designing their new restaurant! The specialty's miniature pastries called "tartlets", which range from a ground bison joint with tomatoes/ yellow onions/ egg whites, to the sour cream/ light mozzarella Zucchini, to the tomatoes/ eggplant/ zucchinis/ red pepper/ tomato paste Ratatouille, all of which are baked into a white whole wheat flour crust they call a "www", and promise won't back-slash your colon. Or make you htt-pee funny. They're also chopping up salads with feel-goodness like wheat berries/ quinoa/ fresh fruit and ladling out multiple "Soupdrinks" (trademarked -- suck it Campbell's!): handheld to-go's like the Twister with eggplant/ yellow onions, the pumpkin-based Cinderella, and the tomato-based Afterglow, loaded with enough garlic to insure you won't experience the real thing
To even out your newfound dieting habits, they're pouring 15+ wines by the glass, and tapping brews like Gouden's Carolus Triple and Avery's White Rascal, though not Jaleel White Rascal, that dude having having been consumed by Reginald VelJohnson years ago.