PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- For Eli's Table
, an award-winning restaurant based in Charleston, South Carolina, eating healthy does not mean compromising flavor or social activity. In fact, this restaurant has become widely regarded in the Charleston community for providing its patrons with a mixed range of revamped traditional menu items that often use fresh and local ingredients. Noting that such ingredients can help enhance health and the local economy, Eli's explains that its menu can be a perfect solution for those looking to curb the continuing trend of obesity in America--including employers who are concerned about their staff's overall diet.
With health care becoming a major concern for many US employers and the obesity crisis continuing nationwide, many companies are seeking strategies to build healthier teams. A recent article
from The Street explains, "Organic, healthy foods are popping up everywhere these days--in grocery stores, restaurants, cafes and even at the office. As the trend toward healthy eating and drinking continues, experts say more companies are rethinking their traditional snack machine offerings and moving toward more low-calorie whole food options. If you're thinking of offering healthy snacks at your business, it's easier now than ever, but there are some important things to consider before you eliminate your sodas and candy altogether."
Although the article notes that replacing in-office snacks can be a great approach, Eli's Table says one solution may be as simple as directing employees to local, healthy options. In a recent press statement the Charleston-based restaurant explains, "The reason many employees opt for less-healthy meals is for convenience and cost. If employees are packing frozen meals or going to a nearby fast-food chain, they may just not know where to eat, so it is a great idea for business leaders to make it well-known where healthy eating options are in the local area. Simply by making this information available, employers may change the unhealthy patterns of their employees, especially when they decide where to go out for lunch."
Located at Queen and Market St., Eli's Table is an excellent and convenient healthy dining option for those employees working or living in the historic Downtown area of Charleston. In its press statement, the restaurant adds, "Open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for, lunch, Eli's Table is a great place for employers to host business lunches and encourage healthy options. It's also perfect for those who want to stop by on their lunch break for an affordable meal that features fresh and local ingredients."
Some healthy options available during lunch hours include the menu's "BST, John Rutledge" which features Smoked Atlantic salmon, bacon, shredded lettuce, plum tomatoes and dill aioli on sourdough bread. Eli's Table also features a wide range of healthy salad selections and a comprehensive happy hour menu that is perfect for Charleston professionals looking for a comfortable place to unwind after the work day.
is a highly-rated restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina--and winner of the 2013 Diner's Choice Award--that offers a tantalizing menu to its patrons, crafted from fresh and local ingredients. With a menu crafted by the Executive Chef, this restaurant offers incredible breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner selections, as well as a full range of delicious adult beverages for happy hour and beyond. Featuring live music every weekend and comfortable outdoor courtyard seating, Eli's makes for a welcoming atmosphere for friends and family to share conversation, create memories and enjoy an exceptional meal.