Eating the right nutrients will vastly improve your skin. It’s fairly easy to control what you’re eating at home, but dining out is another story—restaurants are proven to make you eat poorly.No more! We partnered with Healthy Dining to bring you restaurants with meals that benefit your skin. Their registered dietitians chose the following restaurant meals featured on Restaurant Suggestions to Eat for Beautiful Hair, Nails & LipsRead on to eat (out) for gorgeous skin, and take the Eat Pretty Quiz to continue the journey!Vitamin A-Rich Restaurant Meals Skin Benefit: Dry, flaky skin. You may not be getting enough of this vitamin, which is essential for maintaining and repairing your skin.Meals to Order: Those rich in orange colored produce (carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin), greens (especially kale, spinach and collard greens) and lean proteins (chicken, turkey, fish).Dining Suggestions:

  • ‘Teriyaki Veggie Bowl’ with brown rice, served at Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill (locations nationwide) 320 cals, 2 g. fat
  • ‘Longhorn Salmon,’ fresh, hand-cut salmon with a secret bourbon marinade and served with a sweet potato at Longhorn Steakhouse (locations nationwide) 290 cals 13 g. fat
  • ‘Shepherd’s Pie’ with lentils, carrots, celery, and zucchini smothered in a sweet potato topping and baked until golden, served at Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Café in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, NM   570 cals, 21 g. fat

Vitamin C-Rich Restaurant MealsSkin Benefit: Age fighting! Not only is this vitamin important for collagen production (think younger and firmer skin), research is showing that it can help reduce sun damage and wrinkles.Meals to Order: Those rich in foods such as citrus fruit, tomatoes, bell peppers and leafy greens.Dining Suggestions:

  • ‘Citrus Salad with a mix of chopped green leaf and romaine lettuce with carrots and red cabbage, then tossed with avocado, green apples, caramelized walnuts, green onions, bleu cheese crumbles, dried cranberries and Mandarin oranges, and finished with a tropical honey citrus dressing. Served at Elephant Bar (locations nationwide) 320 cals, 17 g. fat
  • ‘Delightful Chinese Chicken Salad’ with fresh leafy greens, celery, green onion, red bell pepper, wonton strips and tender grilled chicken breast. Served with Fat Free Ginger Sesame dressing at Ruby’s Diner (West Coast locations) 390 cals, 9 g. fat
  • ‘Provence Pizza on Wheat Dough‘ Artichoke hearts, capers, tomatoes, roasted garlic, basil and marinara served at zpizza (locations nationwide) 340 cals, 13 g. fat per one slice of extra large pizza

Omega 3 Fatty Acid-Rich Restaurant MealsSkin Benefit: Smoother, younger looking skin. They help in the production of the skin’s natural oil barrier. This means less inflammation, less white heads and less black heads.Meals to Order: Omega 3s are found in salmon, mackerel, walnuts, flaxseed, chia seeds and soybeans.Dining Suggestions:

  • ‘Grilled Salmon Fillet’ with fresh vegetables and cantaloupe avocado salad served at Z’Tejas (locations in AZ, CA, TX, UT, and WA) 480 cals, 28 g. fat
  • ‘Cedar Plank Salmon’ with whole-roasted sweet carrots, fresh asparagus and red bliss potatoes, served at Seasons 52 (locations nationwide) 450 cals, 17 g. fat
  • ‘Blackened Atlantic Salmon’ at 54th Street Grill & Bar (locations in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Texas) 470 cals, 26 g. fat

ZincRich Restaurant MealsSkin Benefit: Fights acne and oily skin. As a bonus, it also works with Copper and Vitamin C to develop elastin, which helps maintain skin structure.Meals to Oder: Dishes including oysters are the best source of zinc but it can also be found in lean meat and poultry.Dining Suggestions:

  • Filet Mignon, sliced and served with whole cippolini onions and a beautiful combination of sautéed wild mushrooms at The Capital Grille (locations nationwide)
  • Ranch House Steak, a 6-oz center cut top sirloin served with steamed broccoli at K-Bob’s Steakhouse (in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma) 220 cals, 7 g. fat