Best Vegan & Veggie Bars In Philadelphia

Best Vegan & Veggie Bar's In Philadelphia

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Veggie Bar Scene:

  • Latin fare goes plant-based at Rittenhouse Square’s Bar Bombón. Empanadas, Brussels sprouts tacos and mushroom tacos accompany lively cocktails like the house sangria with cider and Prosecco or Las Tias, mezcal with orange juice and homemade grenadine.133 S. 18th Street, (267) 606-6612, barbombon.com
  • Always packed with a super-hip crowd, Passyunk Avenue’s Cantina Los Caballitos dishes out vegan and vegetarian dishes with as much innovation as the traditional menu items (think seitan and smoked chicken tacos). With free chips, a well-stocked bar and equally equipped jukebox, everyone leaves full and happy. On the other side of town, Cantina Dos Segundos offers a similar experience for the Northern Liberties neighborhood. Los Caballitos, 1651 E. Passyunk Avenue, (215) 755-3550, cantinaloscaballitos.com; Dos Segundos, 931 N. 2nd Street, (215) 629-0500, cantinadossegundos.com
  • Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen in Fishtown offers a myriad of retro-American vegetarian and vegan options. Regulars come for the craft beer and specialties such kale burgers, fried green tomato po’ boys and veggie wings. 2370 E. Norris Street (215) 423-5400, cedarpointbarandkitchen.com
  • From celebrated HipCityVeg owner Nicole Marquis comes Charlie was a sinner, Midtown Village’s stylish vegan tippling spot. On the menu are small bites such as zucchini crab cakes, potato carpaccio and house-smoked “sausage,” paired with unusual and veggie-centric cocktails.131 S. 13th Street, charliewasasinner.com
  • A gastropub with vegan leanings, Memphis Taproom takes bar food to new heights with smoked coconut club sandwiches, spaghetti and lentil meatball sandwiches and roasted cauliflower mac and cheese. 2331 E. Cumberland Street, (215) 425-4460, memphistaproom.com
  • No one need take a pass at the Khyber Pass in Old City. The modern Southern cuisine delights all eaters with choices such asvegan fried chicken po’ boys, grilled seitan sausage sandwiches and vegan buttered popcorn. 56 S. 2nd Street, (215) 238-5888, khyberpasspub.com
  • No animal byproducts sully the kitchen at V Street, the street-food pub from Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby. As at their Vedge restaurant, the cuisine pushes the boundaries of vegan flavors and textures, with Korean fried tempeh tacos, carrot “asado” and waffles with miso caramel wowing diners. 126 S. 19th Street, (215) 278-7943, vstreetfood.com
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