Weight Watchers Restaurant Points
If you are looking for the Weight Watchers restaurant points list on
this site, click
. If you are looking for answers to some of the most
common questions asked about the restaurant list, keep reading.
Frequently Asked Questions
I receive requests and questions daily, so I've added this section to
address the most frequent request and questions related to the restaurant pages.
To view the answers to any of the questions, just click once
anywhere on the question. This will display the answer directly below
You can click on the question again to hide the answer (or leave it open if you want).
- What are
the most popular
requested Weight Watchers restaurant
points and why can't you add these to your website?
These are some of
most popular requested restaurants.
none of these currently publish nutrition or are lacking important
nutrition information in order for me to calculate the points plus
Bonefish Grill, Cheddars, Cheesecake Factory, Cracker
Barrel, Logans, Texas Roadhouse.
You can view the full list of previously requested restaurants
that cannot be added to the website due to missing nutrition.
More and more states are passing laws requiring restaurants to provide
nutritional values for their menu items.
So these popular restaurants
will remain on my list and I will check often for when they publish the
- Does the
nutrition and points information include sides,
dressing or other items?
page will have notes prior to the table information for
inclusions/exclusions if available. If nothing is stated in these then
it is assumed that the item is "as served".
- Why do
the fruits and vegetable items from a restaurant
sometimes show a number in the points plus column?
Since I do not know
how an item is prepared, for instance a vegetable
could be cooked in butter or fruits may have added sugar, I use all the
nutritional values and let it calculate the points. When I know for
sure that there are no extras, I will show the zero as the Weight
Watchers restaurant points value.
If there is a value other than zero shown, and if you know for sure
these are fresh items with nothing added, then please use the zero
points value for tracking purposes.
- Why do
the points plus values differ from what is on Weight
Watchers online or their eating out guide?
Many of the Weight
Watchers restaurant points are from nutrition information that may be
out dated. While I try to keep things up to date, there may have been
changes to the particular restaurants nutrition.
This is true for Weight Watchers Dining Out Guide. Since it is a
printed publication, the nutrition is taken from a given date. If the
restaurant has changed this, then the publication becomes outdated.
If you are unsure, always check the actual restaurant nutrition online
to verify. Each restaurant page on this site shows a link to the
nutrition page for that restaurant.
- Why do
you list both the old points and the new points plus
Many people have
chosen to continue to follow the old points system. While most have
migrated to the new points plus, I felt it was useful and helpful to
those who have not switched to show both.
So for each Weight Watchers restaurants points page, I will continue to
show both at least through the end of this year and probably longer.
- Why can't
you use the nutrition information posted on other
websites such as Livestrong.com?
I only provide
Weight Watchers restaurant points for restaurants that provide the
nutrition information directly via their website or as a response to my
Because I cannot verify the validity of the
nutritional information or WW points, I do not obtain information from
websites that are not associated with the restaurant.
Points Tracker Spreadsheet
Download this free spreadsheet to track the points in the foods you eat and the ones you earn from working out. The
daily and weekly allowance are adjusted automatically as you use them.
This one spreadsheet will work for either the points plus or the
original points system.
WW Points Calculators
Use these free online calculators to find the values in the foods you eat. There is one for the plus system and one for the original method.
Calorie Intake Chart
If you are counting calories instead of points, then check out this
spreadsheet. You can record calories from foods and those you burn with
your exercise. It includes daily and weekly charts so you can see your progress.