The Vegetarian Resource Group maintains an online Guide to
Vegan/Vegetarian Restaurants in the USA
Here are some recent vegan restaurant additions. The entire guide can be found
To support the
updating of this online restaurant guide, please donate at: www.vrg.org/donate
Here are some new
additions to VRG’s guide (Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic many are doing take-out
and/or delivery now):
Beacon Doughnut Co., 810 W. Armitage
Ave., Chicago, IL 60614
Beacon Doughnut Co.
holds a dozen different vegan doughnuts to choose from in their little bakery.
Their flavors are unique and completely company branded. Right now they are
offering apple cider and caramel apple vegan doughnuts, perfect for fall time.
Some of their other flavors are the vanilla lavender doughnut and blueberry
pancake. Just by looking at their menu will make your mouth water!
Boardwalk Vegan, 28 N. Manoa Rd.,
Havertown, PA 19083
The food and
atmosphere at Boardwalk Vegan will take you right back to summers on the beach
and spark the feeling of excitement you got when walking up and down the
boardwalk. This restaurant was created because the owners wanted to eat
healthier but didn’t want to give up their love of comfort food, so they took
classic dishes found on boardwalks everywhere and made it all vegan. Menu items
include Old Bay seasoned Crab Fries, Seitan “chicken” wings, a plethora of
pizzas, cheesesteak, burgers, Root Beer Floats, and more. The food here is
decadent and nostalgic, but the best part is that it is all plant-based.
EnVegan, 1626 Lake Harbin Rd.,
Morrow, GA 30260
Located in Publix
plaza on Camp Creek pkwy, EnVegan’s mission is to encourage the shift to eating
plant-based. They do this by offering smoothies, salads, wraps, sandwiches,
burgers, spring rolls, Buffalo cauliflower wings, and other appetizers. The
food is fresh, clean, and delicious. Head to EnVegan for a morning smoothie, a
healthy lunch or dinner, and even for dessert if you’re looking for something
HASH, San Antonio, 5009 S. Flores,
St., TX 78214
and vegan bar in San Antonio is now open in Southside, San Antonio. Their
message “Heal and spread healing” can be seen on their wall as customers enjoy
vegan eats and a variety of drinks.
Pachamama, 4115 N. 19th Ave.,
Phoenix, AZ 85015
both traditional Mexican vegan fare as well as more experimental dishes such as
the mexiyaki which is a Mexican spin on a Japanese dish. They try to source
their ingredients locally from small farms to both support Arizona businesses
and ensure quality. Their permanent restaurant allows for dine-in, takeout, and
delivery but they also operate a pop-up which serves their dishes at various
events. Their pop-ups are also available for catering for private gatherings.
Rad.ish Street Food, 346 East Front
St., Ste. #2, Traverse City, MI 49684
The owners of
Rad.ish Street Food opened their all-vegan restaurant with the goal of reducing
animal cruelty and promoting local farms. They use their SoCal background to
bring metropolitan Los Angeles dishes to Traverse City, focusing especially on
brunch fare. These dishes range from breakfast tacos to their spin on
Impossible Burgers to a variety of bagel dishes. Working with 85% local farms,
Rad.ish Street Food ensures that their customers are getting quality
ingredients while minimizing harm to animals.
The Herd Juicery, 80 Brighton Ave.,
Long Branch, NJ 07740
They offer all
vegan, gluten-free, and organic foods, drinks, and smoothies. Try out their
Rooted juice made with beets, carrot, apple, celery, lemon, and ginger, or
something more filling like the BBQ Jackfruit Sandwich. For dessert, who
wouldn’t want their Lavender Cheesecake Bar?! The feel of the place seems very
bright, inviting, and clean.
The Two Dollar Radio Headquarters,
1124 Parsons Ave., Columbus, OH 43206
The Two Dollar Radio
Headquarters menu proves to be incredible by their variety of options made 100%
from scratch and completely vegan. Check out the Taco Mac and Cheeze Tortuga,
Jean Claude Van Randy Burrito with roasted poblano peppers, and the Mexxxy
Enchiladas. This small café is located within a bookstore, so the atmosphere
and feel is cozy, welcoming, and warm. They describe themselves as a “local
indie press,” being family-run and making their food with love.