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Cheap cuisine to fit any diet

April 20, 2017

In the world of a high school student, money is necessary. While everyone wants to look the best, people also want to eat well. Not wanting to spend their allowance or hard earned money, the struggle to find affordable places to eat proves tough. Around Pinecrest, there are many places to grab a bite, but some are overpriced. Here is a guide to cheap, healthy, and delicious foods that are most worth a visit for students.

  1. Lime

With six South Florida locations, Lime slowly builds their food empire. The fresh Mexican Grill specializes in items such as burritos, tacos, and salads. They also have frozen alcoholic drinks flavored as margaritas and sangria. Lime is on a mission to deliver unique service and a fresh food experience to create Lime lovers all around the world.

  1. Daily Bread

Daily Bread has been established in Miami since 1978. The menu not only features healthy foods, but also delicious. These delicious foods are freshly prepared on site and kept hot behind the counter. Foods that you can find in the counter-style store are gyros, greek salads, and falafel.

  1. Whole Foods

Whole Foods is a healthy grocery store that tends to those who aspire to live a clean lifestyle. They aspire to serve the highest quality of natural and organic foods available. The brand states that they appreciate and celebrate the difference natural and organic products can make in the quality of one’s life. If you are looking to grab a quick bite, one can pick up any of their healthy pre-made items that range from sushi to soup.

      4. Pincho Factory

A new chain in South Florida, Pincho Factory takes fast casual to the next level. They specialize in pincho bowls, burgers, and chicken sandwiches. Their food is juicy and cooked to order. They boast premium quality, all natural, antibiotic and hormone free food. They use all natural Angus beef with cattle that are Certified Humane, both raised and handled, and have never been exposed to antibiotics, hormones or steroids. They only source their beef from family farms in the United States. The Toston Burger is a favorite at the establishment. A nice patty sandwiched between two crispy tostones is sure to make you full for the rest of your day.

  1. Shula Burger

Another South Florida food chain growing is Shula Burger. Owned by the NFL Legend and Hall of Fame Coach who won back-to-back Superbowls with the Miami Dolphins in 1972 and 1973, Don Shula began his entrepreneurship in the food industry. He uses his legendary 1972 team that went 17-0 with the only perfect season in the NFL as background to how his food achieves perfection. The most popular item on their menu is the Shula Burger.  Shula’s Signature Burgers are freshly made from a blend of Premium Black Angus Beef, Short Rib and Brisket that guarantees a tasty meal.

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