WW Favorites | WW USA

Next stop on your 2020 Vision Tour? Great food!

WW has collaborated with a very special group of iconic restaurants in each city that Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus Tour visits.

In celebration of Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life In Focus Tour, WW is showing up on menus across America. To guide diners in fulfilling their wellness goals, we’ve collaborated with a diverse group of restaurants to highlight “WW Favorite” dishes that align with their 2020 action plan. WW is all about freedom and flexibility, which means members can dine anywhere—and stay on track. Together with some of your favorite eateries, we’re bringing delicious local flavors to your wellness journey! Look for the WW Favorites icon on menus at the locations below.

Find our Favorites

Select a state to see participating restaurants.

Florida Minnesota
North Carolina Georgia
New York Texas
California Colorado

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Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Let’s dive in to South Florida, where it’s warm and sunny even in January. Anchored by Fort Lauderdale and Miami, the two most diverse cities in Florida, our WW Favorites reflect local flavors and communities, whether it's Cuban flair from the legendary Versailles Restaurant or soul food from Lil Greenhouse Grill. From Peruvian influences at Kousine, Hawaiian fare at Point Break Poke House, and even a health-conscious mac & cheese from social favorite The House of Mac, there’s something for everyone in Fort Lauderdale.

Lil GreenHouse Grill
Overtown, Miami

Versailles Cuban Restaurant
Little Havana, Miami

North Beach, Miami; South Beach, Miami; & inside Citadel Food Hall, Miami

Lunchroom, Lunchroom North, Lunchroom Cordova
Fort Lauderdale

Kousine Peruvian Kitchen
Fort Lauderdale

Point Break Poke House
Fort Lauderdale

Jackson Soul Food

House of Mac
Wynwood, North Miami Beach, Central Fare at Virgin Miami Central Station

Colada Cuban Cafe
Fort Lauderdale

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St. Paul, Minnesota

St. Paul and Minneapolis make up the Twin Cities, where the Midwest is best. Friends, families, and a focus on community are what define our favorites here. Visit the historic Tiny Diner for classic American fare. All Square, one of Time magazine's “Greatest Places of 2019,” offers up decadent grilled cheese sandwiches with a mission. Find reimagined soul food at Soul Bowl and modern Korean at the community-centered Cook St Paul.

Soul Bowl
North Loop, Minneapolis

Cook St Paul
Eastside, St. Paul

All Square
Longfellow, Minneapolis

Tiny Diner
Powderhorn Park, Minneapolis

Gigi’s Café
South Minneapolis

Book Club
Armatage, Minneapolis


Charlotte, North Carolina

Here in Charlotte, the Southern influences are heavy. Favorites The King’s Kitchen and Brown Bag Kitchen share similar missions to serve the community. Chefs from The Uptown Yolk and Hot Box Next Level Kitchen, along with Jamie Turner, work together to run Soul Food Sessions, the popular pop-up dinner series that celebrates and supports people of color in the restaurant industry. Visit Fin and Fino, one of Charlotte’s best seafood restaurants, or Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen for a locally sourced, Southern-inspired brunch.

Brown Bag
Ballantyne, Charlotte

Hot Box Next Level Kitchen

Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen
Lower South End, Charlotte

Fin and Fino
Uptown, Charlotte

The Asbury
Uptown, Charlotte

The King’s Kitchen
Uptown, Charlotte

The Yolk
Uptown, Charlotte


Atlanta, Georgia

Find a variety of flavors and inspirations from our WW Favorites in Atlanta. A soul food favorite since 1947, Busy Bee Cafe is the only business in the neighborhood that was started during segregation and still exists today. Platinum recording producer–owned Local Green Atlanta provides healthy options along with a positive atmosphere. With two locations in Atlanta, MetroFresh offers fast health-conscious food inspired by world flavors. Root Baking Co. is known for ingredients sourced from local farmers who bring fresh vegetables to its back door daily. General Muir finds its modern American inspiration from New York City's Jewish delis. There are lots of places to try in multicultural Atlanta.


Busy Bee Cafe
Downtown, Atlanta

General Muir
Emory Point, Atlanta

Joy Cafe
Midtown, Atlanta

Midtown, Atlanta & Uptown, Atlanta

Root Baking
inside Ponce City Market, Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta

Local Green Atlanta
Westside, Atlanta

True Food Kitchen
Atlanta & Alpharetta


Brooklyn, New York

In New York City’s bustling borough of Brooklyn, our WW Favorites reflect the diverse population they’re surrounded by. Find Lebanese flavors at Cafe Alula, Ethiopian-inspired dining at Awash, and American Southern dishes at Pies-N-Thighs. Sol Sips, a vegan soul food cafe, is owned by 22-year-old Francesca Chaney, who offers affordable cooking classes to her community. And you can’t talk about New York without mentioning its classic delis—the historic Lexington Candy Shop and the famous Katz's Delicatessen top the list.


Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

Cafe Alula
Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Pies 'n' Thighs
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Sol Sips
Bushwick, Brooklyn

Katz's Delicatessen
Lower East Side, Manhattan

Lexington Candy Shop
Upper East Side, Manhattan

Dallas, Texas

Welcome to Dallas, where bigger is better and our WW Favorites live up to the motto! Beating the big crowds at Cattleack makes the BBQ taste even better. Special-needs employees at Hugs Cafe will leave you with a big smile on your face. Family-run Crushcraft Thai’s dishes hit you with fresh flavors in a big way. Health is the big focus for vegan restaurants Viridescent Kitchen and Peace. Love. & Eatz. Dream big with at-risk youth and former juvenile offenders who receive mentorship; support; and culinary, job, and life-skills training at Cafe Momentum. Bring a big appetite to Dallas and enjoy our favorites in the Lone Star State.


Bishop Arts District, Dallas

Peace. Love. & Eatz

Cafe Momentum
Downtown, Dallas

Cattleack BBQ
Farmers Branch

Crushcraft Thai
Uptown, Dallas & The Star in Frisco

Hugs Cafe

Viridescent Kitchen

True Food Kitchen
Dallas & Plano

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, a cultural and financial center of the West, is now also one of the country’s most cosmopolitan cities. Our WW Favorites in the Bay Area reflect this—and also share a strong focus on wellness and community. Nite Yun, owner of Nyum Bai, is a refugee from Cambodia. At El Pipila, whose owner immigrated from Mexico, try traditional dishes made with a modern twist. Favorites Cosecha Cafe and Jane on Fillmore are both run by strong, health-conscious mothers who use their restaurants for good by giving back to their communities. Enjoy modern soul food from Brown Sugar Kitchen or Louisiana creole from Souley Vegan. For more than just a dining experience, head to Old Skool Cafe, where you’ll be transported to a 1920s-style supper club, complete with live music and a Southern-inspired menu.


Old Skool Cafe
Bayview Hunter’s Point, San Francisco

Nyum Bai
Fruitvale, Oakland

Brown Sugar Kitchen
West Oakland, Oakland

Cosecha Cafe
Old Oakland, Oakland

Souley Vegan
Jack London Square, Oakland

Jane on Fillmore
Pacific Heights, San Francisco

El Pipila
SOMA (South of Market), San Francisco

Jane on Larkin
Tenderloin, San Francisco

True Food Kitchen​
Palo Alto & Walnut Creek



Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles is California's most popular and diverse city. Here you’ll find WW Favorite Pink’s Hot Dogs, a Hollywood legend since 1939. Stuff I Eat, owned by influential motivational speaker and fitness expert Chef Babette, is a soul food favorite in the Inglewood neighborhood. Swift Cafe is on a mission to move the dining landscape of Leimert Park in a more health-focused direction. Paying homage to the border town the owners grew up in, Sonoratown offers tacos cooked over a mesquite wood fire for an authentic flavor. Located in the heart of DTLA, RiceBox serves modern Cantonese dishes. For a vegan twist on comfort food, try newly opened Jackfruit Cafe.


Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles

Stuff I Eat

Swift Cafe
Leimart Park, Los Angeles

Pink’s Hot Dogs
Fairfax District, Los Angeles

Jackfruit Cafe
West Los Angeles

True Food Kitchen
Santa Monica, El Segundo, Pasadena


Denver, Colorado

With 78 different neighborhoods in the city of Denver, our WW Favorites here have something for everyone. Using only the highest quality ingredients, Sushi Den is one of the country's premier sushi and Japanese restaurants. Cherry Cricket has been Denver's favorite burger joint since 1945. Avanti is a food hall that's home to seven different culinary options inspired by European markets and food-truck roundups. Another favorite food hall, Comal Heritage Food Incubator, provides skills in culinary arts and business as a platform for economic development to aspiring women—many of whom originate from Mexico, El Salvador, Syria, Iraq, or Ethiopia. Visit Olive & Finch for made-from-scratch American-style food in a quaint yet casual setting. SAME cafe has a unique pay-as-you-go pricing model to provide affordable healthy food for everyone.


Cherry Cricket
Cherry Creek, Denver & Ballpark, Denver

Olive and Finch
Uptown, Denver & Cherry Creek, Denver

Avanti Food and Beverage
LoHi, Denver

Sushi Den
Platt Park, Denver

Comal Heritage Food Incubator
River North Art District, Denver

Same Café
City Park, Denver

True Food Kitchen
Cherry Creek North



Learn more

Keep dining out and still lose weight!

Save 50% on a WW membership with purchase of select plans.