Philadelphia Regions Vegan Specialty and Coffee Shops Guide

Philadelphia's Vegan Coffee Shops Guide

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PhillyBite10Philadelphia, PA - The basic drinks at any coffee shop in Philly are vegan: Get yourself a hot or an iced coffee with soy or coconut milk and any flavored sweetener syrup (like vanilla, caramel, or hazelnut), and you’re set! But, what make a good vegan coffee shops are the treats! Listed below are some of Philly's Must Try spots for vegan friendly coffee shops.


  • All the Way Live Café – Alkalizing foods (select fruits, vegetables and whole grains) are the point of this Germantown cafe, where the menu includes seaweed salads, chickpea burgers and coconut cream pie on an almond and date crust. 6108 Germantown Avenue, (215) 821-7298, alllivefood.com
  • Arnold’s Way – As an early proponent of raw eating, this Montgomery County operation makes it very easy to dabble in vegan with its market and café via green smoothies, soups, salads and banana whip sundaes. 319 W. Main Street, Lansdale, (215) 361-0116, arnoldsway.com
  • Doc Bakers Farmulations – A former pharmacy on Doylestown’s main strip takes on a health-advising role in the community. All the juices and smoothies can be boosted with natural supplements, and guests can enjoy a full menu of raw, vegan fare on-site or from the grab-and-go cases. 22 N. Main Street, Doylestown, (215) 230-3444, docbakers.com
  • Gangster Vegan Organics – Norristown and Phoenixville go a little bit California with hip-hop named juices (Rappers Delight, Soul 4 Real), raw pizzas, lasagna and wraps bring variety and interest to the proceedings. 2454 W. Main Street, Norristown, (610) 630-1600; 6 Gay Street, Phoenixville, (610) 616-0000, gangstervegan.com
  • Raw Can Roll Café – Everything here qualifies as “clean eating.” While some items are cooked, the vast menu of smoothies, cleansing juices and zucchini pastas—not to mention four different kale salads—makes it easy to stay on a raw-eating plan. 767 W. Lancaster Avenue, Wayne, (484) 580-8454, rawcanrollcafe.com
  • Dottie’s Donuts – Really, why should vegans forgo peanut butter banana bacon donuts? They don’t, thanks tothe West Philly and Queen Village locations of this vegan bakery, offering rotating assortments of goodies such as blueberry muffin or chocolate chip cookie dough. 509 S. 6th Street, 4529 Springfield Avenue, facebook.com/dottiesdonutsphl/
  • Grindcore House – Coffee flows copiously this Pennsport cafe, as does a strong selection of teas. All manner of milk alternatives, hearty sandwiches, salads and a selection of treats from local vegan bakeries are available. 1515 S. 4th Street, (215) 839-3333, grindcorehouse.com
  • Little Baby`s Ice Cream – Local, artisanal ice cream, comes in dairy, but also vegan flavors such as chocolate salt malt, balsamic banana, smoked cinnamon and the definitively quirky cucumber dill at these definitively quirky operations. 2311 Frankford Avenue, (267) 687-8567; 4903 Catharine Street, (215) 921-2100, littlebabysicecream.com
  • Soy Café  – A light and luscious sensibility reigns at this Northern Liberties hang. Patrons can order a bowl of edamame, a sesame tofu salad, a barbecue wrap with vegan pork or a smoothie with any type of milk alternative. 630 N. 2nd Street, (215) 922-1103, mysoycafe.com
  • Sweet Freedom Bakery – Dessert lovers break from animal products and refined sugars at two regional locations this bakery, which also steers clear of wheat, nuts, corn and other allergens. On offer: salted caramel cupcakes, fruit crumbles and pumpkin donuts—all produced with wholesome ingredients. 1424 South Street, (215) 545-1899; 1039 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-7323, sweetfreedombakery.com
  • Vegan Treats  – Just outside Philadelphia, this compassionate confectionary turns out coconut caramel cheesecake, cherry Danish and a legendary peanut butter bomb. Sweets lovers can find its goods locally at Grindcore House, Govinda’s and Vgë Café. vegantreats.com

 

 

 


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