Where to Find Meatless Restaurants in Philadelphia

Where to Find Meatless Restaurants in Philadelphia

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Meatless Marvels:

  • Vegetable lovers head to Bucks County, where Mike Jackson’s Blue Sage Vegetarian Grille turns out creative, big-portioned vegetarian food (no meat substitutes) in a cozy, romantic atmosphere. 772 2nd Street Pike, Southampton, (215) 942-8888, http://www.bluesagevegetariangrille.com/" target="_blank">bluesagevegetariangrille.com
  • One of Philly’s longest-running farm-to-table spots, Old City’s Farmicia applies its credo to an omnivore’s range of dishes all day long. However, the vegetarian and vegan section of the menu is extensive enough—with choices such as a vegetable and grain platter, hash and (soy) chorizo, vegan cake and ice cream—to merit repeat visits. 15 S. 3rd Street, (215) 627-6274, farmiciarestaurant.com
  • Animal products are the only thing missing at Flora, a petite BYO in Jenkintown. Whether it’s a la carte or prix fixe, dinner here is absolutely seasonal, fresh and inventive (charred Brussels sprouts with miso-mustard caramel; potato scallops with black rice and burnt onion; polenta sponge cake with berry coulis). 307 Old York Road, (215) 779-7945, florajenkintown.com
  • Weekend brunch draws vegans from all over the region to Mi Lah Vegetarian, home to a completely vegetarian menu with favorites such as beer-battered seitan and waffles, tofu Benedict and oversized pumpkin pancakes with blueberry soy butter. The eclectic dinner menu features tofu, seitan and inventive vegetable dishes, and the three-course lunch specials are a tasty bargain. 40 W. Skippack Pike, Ambler, (215) 646-1808, milahvegetarian.com
  • Miss Rachel’s Pantry calls South Philadelphia home. The vegan market/catering and meal delivery company offers a kitschy-chic dining room for private events and Saturday communal prix-fixe dinners (by reservation) enjoyed around a reclaimed wood farmhouse table. 1938 S. Chadwick Street, (215) 798-0053, http://missrachelspantry.com/" target="_blank">missrachelspantry.com
  • A $12 Sunday dinner buffet and daily all-you-can-eat dim sum specials make New Harmony Vegetarian a filling destination for vegetarians, vegans and their omnivorous dining companions alike. Those in the know save room for the vegan dessert offerings, including dairy-free “cheesecake.” 135 N. 9th Street, (215) 627-4520
  • New Hope’s premier vegan dining destination, Sprig & Vine is a bring-your-own-bottle (BYOB) spot that offers a Sunday brunch menu (think warm cinnamon sugar doughnuts, multigrain French toast and fried oyster mushrooms over biscuits with cashew-herb gravy), along with an elegant dinner menu featuring delicacies such as cornmeal-crusted tempeh served over three potato mash. 450 Union Square Drive, New Hope, (215) 693-1427, sprigandvine.com
  • Culinary couple Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby make veggies haute at Vedge, where each of the menu’s small plates pack a powerful, palatable punch. Order anything from the Dirt List for the freshest seasonal specialties. Vegetable enthusiasts and fine-dining aficionados enjoy the elegant dining rooms, lounge and bright bar, known for its inventive cocktail list. 1221 Locust Street, (215) 320-7500, vedgerestaurant.com
  • Inexpensive lunch specials are popular at Center City’s Su Xing House. Menu options include kale and spicy tofu, soybean nuggets with sweet and sour sauce and sesame seitan. Diners can order veggie versions of their favorite soups, noodle and rice dishes, and gluten-free options are available. 1508 Sansom Street, (215) 564-1419, suxinghouse.com

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