Valentine’s Day Spotlight: The Grey Moss Inn

 In Eating out, Healthy Habits, Holidays

Repeatedly voted the “Most Romantic Restaurant” in San Antonio, The Grey Moss Inn offers fine dining and a romantic atmosphere with superb French cuisine. Open since 1929, the elegant location has served quality steaks, seafood, lamb and chicken using low sodium ingredients and health smart oils grilled over mesquite charcoal. The Grey Moss Inn allows you to enjoy a great meal without worrying about your health.

This Valentine’s Day carefully choose the cuisine to enjoy with your loved one. The Grey Moss Inn has reasonably healthy options from nonfat potatoes to luxurious salads and everything in between. Here is an example of a full course healthy meal available at The Grey Moss Inn.



asparagus salad


Fresh Asparagus Salad

Pair with a lemon herb or vinaigrette and white French dressing



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Healthy Heart Special Skinless, Free Range Half Chicken

Marinated in olive oil, garlic and fresh rosemary. Substitute the non-fat yogurt potato for a side of fresh veggies.



strawberry dessert in glass


Strawberry Supreme

Fresh strawberries marinated in Grand Marnier, served over vanilla ice cream, with whipped cream in a big balloon glass.

*Skip the ice cream, but you can indulge in the whipped cream.


During Valentine’s Weekend, Grey Moss Inn is offering their regular menu items in addition to a handful of chef specials to choose from, including:


  • Warm Spinach and Grilled Roma Tomato Salad
  • Mesquite Grilled Beef Atop Sliced Portobello Mushrooms
  • Spiced Walnut “Financier” with Gala Apple Confit


Remember, splurges such as Valentine’s Day require you to be very diligent with watching what you eat for the next three days.


Need more meal planning help?

At Be Well 365, we are helping people achieve their health and fitness goals every day. If you could use more guidance planning your meals, contact us today to schedule an appointment.


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