Off the coast of Savannah, Georgia, is Tybee Island, a place known for its history, beaches, and relaxing small-town atmosphere. What others may not know is that Tybee Island also has delicious local restaurants spread throughout the area. You will be able to enjoy all that Tybee Island has to offer when you book your hotel room to enjoy a long weekend. If you’re hesitant to travel because of your dietary needs, we’ve listed below four restaurants that offer healthy but tasty food.

CoCo’s Sunset Grille

Traditional American food lovers will find what they’re looking for with this gem. CoCo’s Sunset Grille (1 Old U.S. Highway 80) is a casual dining spot with free Wi-Fi and outdoor seating. You can also enjoy the company of your pup pal as you enjoy your meal.

The healthy options here are anything but boring. From the Jerk Salmon Salad, blackened or grilled Tuna Wrap, or grilled oysters entree, you’ll find the meal that’s right for you. Don’t overlook the blackened shrimp wrap, which could become one of your favorite dishes.

Raw Ingredients

This sushi bar at 18C 16th St. will satisfy anyone looking for Japanese dishes. The casual lunch and dinner spot offers amenities such as free Wi-Fi, and parking for a bicycle, plus it accepts credit cards.

Raw Ingredients serves a variety of bubble teas, sushi rolls, poke bowls, and sushi burritos. You can also customize your choice of bowl, burrito, roll, or salad. When you do, you can enjoy a delicious meal without sacrificing your nutritional desires.

Sundae Cafe

The Sundae Cafe steakhouse¬†(304 First St.) has options for those who don’t care for sushi but have a taste for seafood and Southern plates. While the outside doesn’t look like much, patrons find a stylish and well-furnished interior once they walk through the doors.

Locals and tourists alike love the Spicy Tuna Wrap, the Fried Green Tomato BLT, and the Seafood Cheesecake, an appetizer served only at dinner. The cafe doubles as an affordable place to have lunch with a friend or to reserve for a romantic dinner date.

The Deck Beach Bar and Kitchen

A place known for its food and beachfront view, The Deck Beach Bar and Kitchen restaurant (404 Butler Ave.) offers seafood and new American plates. You’ll discover a variety of tasty food items, including healthier options like a deconstructed seafood Cobb salad, grilled market fish, and the Mexican Street Dog. However, The Deck isn’t only a place to fill your belly; you can enjoy the outdoors with music made for dancing or pass the time with free Wi-Fi. This place is meant for a natural vitamin D boost from the sun with your meal.

Your diet doesn’t have to be put on hold because of travel plans, especially when you’re going to try a place that is new to you. The next time you visit Tybee Island, whether for the day or a weekend getaway, keep the restaurants above in mind. If you’ve already been to these restaurants before, but didn’t know the healthy options existed, give them a try.