Where to Eat Vegan in Philadelphia

Where to Eat Vegan in Philadelphia

Where to Eat Vegan in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PA -PhillyBite Where to Eat Vegan in Philadelphia Is a city so widely known for its cheesesteaks as well as roast pork sandwiches, but also is one of the nation’s best vegan towns, with emerging new restaurants popping up every single year.

High-end diners can easily find pleasure in the shared dishes at Vedge as well as the home-style appeal of Miss Rachel’s Pantry, while those looking for a quick bite might stop in Goldie for falafel or Blackbird Pizza for the more traditionally Philadelphian. Afterward, stop by one of the cities may vegan coffee shops, taverns or how about (The Tasty) and a vegan deli (LUHV Vegan Deli & Bistro). Here’s a peek at some of Philadelphia’s vegan treasures:

Where to Eat Vegan in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Fine Dining:

  •  Vedge – The granddaddy associated with all Philly vegetarian establishments raises meatless cooking to unmatched elegance. Chef Rich Landau turns carpaccio from portobello mushrooms plus fondue produced by rutabagas and his wife, pastry chef Kate Jacoby, coaxes fig cheesecake, halva pannacotta as well as zucchini bread pudding out of plant-based components. 1221 Locust Street, (215) 320-7500, www.vedgerestaurant.com
  •  Miss Rachel’s Pantry – Chef Rachel Klein presides over this particular catering company and of course restaurant providing a limited-seating weekend supper over a farmhouse table and at a small number of two-seaters. Their five-course menu changes seasonally but might include things like seitan marsala, caramelized onion, and pear cappellacci, as well as house-made cashew Mozzarella Caprese. 1938 S. Chadwick Street, (215) 798-0053, www.missrachelspantry.com
  •  Blue Sage Vegetarian Grille – This predecessor to today’s stylish vegan spots cooks up plant-forward food in Bucks County. Although some plates come with some dairy, vegetarians can take pleasure in options such as the ginger scallion miso ramen bowl as well as tacos verduras (vegetables) with pumpkin seed-crusted tofu. 727 2nd Street Pike, Southampton, (215) 942-8888, www.bluesagevegetariangrille.com
  •  Mi Lah Vegetarian – weekend brunch attracts vegetarians for their fully vegan selection with offerings such as tofu Benedict as well as extra-large pumpkin pancakes alongside blueberry soy butter. The contemporary dinner selection features tofu, seitan, and creative veggie dishes. 40 W. Skippack Pike, Ambler, (215) 646-1808, www.milahvegetarian.com
  •  Sprig & Vine – inside chef Ross Olchvary’s New Hope (BYOB) restaurant, the emphasis is on regional and in-season ingredients. Their strength: showing the flexibility of veggies, with green onion pancake rolls, miso-maple-mustard-glazed tempeh, and za’atar grilled oyster mushrooms. 450 Union Square Drive, New Hope, (215) 693-1427, www.sprigandvine.com
Where to Eat Vegan in Philadelphia
Philadelphia Casual Dining:
  •  Bar Bombón – Nicole Marquis, the proprietor of HipCityVeg as well as Charlie Was a Sinner, created this snug bar as well as a vegan Latino food expert close to Rittenhouse Square. On the menu: Cubanos, burritos, plátanos, tacos, margaritas—and, for dessert, tres leches. 133 S. 18th Street, (267) 606-6612, www.barbombon.com
  •  Blackbird Pizzeria – Pizza, sandwiches, steaks—the good stuff—comes from chef Mark Mebus’ spot in Northern Liberties. His creativity shines in the Balboa pie (seitan sausage, pumpkin seed pesto, tofu ricotta, cherry tomatoes, and arugula), Cubano sandwiches (citrus-marinated seitan, Violife cheese, pickles, mustard, seitan bacon, and smoked tofu) and root-beer BBQ wings. 614 N. 2nd Street, (267) 324-5224, www.blackbirdpizzeria.com
  •  Frankie’s on Fairview – Brunch inside this Woodlyn restaurant implies no compromises. Even choices such as chicken and waffles stay exclusively within the scope of the vegetarian dieting. 604 Fairview Road, Woodlyn, (610) 543-2300, www.frankiesonfairview.com
  •  Front Street Cafe – Certainly not only vegan (but about 70% so), Fishtown’s early morning-to-night, inside-outside, cafe-eatery serves brunch (baked goods, java, vegetarian Scrapple specialty sandwiches, tostada grain bowls) through late-night (Buffalo cauliflower and black bean burgers on vegan brioche buns). 1253 N. Front Street, (215) 515-3073, www.frontstreetcafe.net
  •  The Green Fork and Local Roots Market – the best BYOB and a marketplace in embraces all diners. The majority of dishes, such as the huevos rancheros, fettuccine Alfredo as well as French toast, are offered without animal by-products. 115 S. Main Street, North Wales, (267) 217-7997, www.thegreenforkandlocalrootsmarket.com
  •  New Harmony Vegetarian – This original Chinatown vegetarian go-to features mock meat in favorites such as Kung Po Shrimp and Lychee Duck. You will find plenty of vegetarian desserts as well. 135 N. 9th Street, (215) 627-4520, newharmonyphilly.com
  •  P.S. & Company – known as “pure sweets” (which are also available to-go), this particular rustic-chic Rittenhouse cafe provides a full selection of cafe items—all of which is vegetarian, gluten-free as well as organic. Coconut low-fat yogurt, Caesar green salad with household-made salad dressing and pad Thai attract even meat-eaters. 1706 Locust Street, (215) 985-1706, www.puresweets.com
  •  Su Xing House – near the heart of Center City, this particular Chinese dining establishment features up to an intensive menu of meatless dishes. Classics which include fried rice as well as General Tso’s tofu share menu space with unique dishes such as bean curd deluxe (tofu skin stuffed with mushroom caps and veggie ham) and lotus root with peanut soup. 1508 Sansom Street, (215) 564-1419, www.suxinghouse.com
  •  The Nile Cafe – Vegan plus vegetarian soul fare has arrived at Germantown for more than 20 years. Menu staples—pepper steak, BBQ chicken—accompany daily soups and a lot of desserts, most notably vegan ice cream. 6008 Germantown Avenue, (215) 843-6453, www.facebook.com/nilecafephilly
  •  Taste Vegan – Sand Castle Winery launched a vegetarian eatery and bar in 2017 in the location where the Bucks County winery formerly had a sampling room as well as a cheese shop. Minnesota’s The Herbivore’s Butcher refashions vegetable-based ingredients, mainly seitan, into vegetarian “meats” for Chicken BBW (as opposed to BBQ), Huli Huli Rib Sliders and Laos Street Tacos, the bar provides local spirits, beers, and Sand Castle wines. 236 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, (484) 924-9530, www.sandcastlewinery.com
  •  The Tasty – Across from a fantastic East Passyunk park, this particular corner location dishes out the diner-themed eats. Customers occupy seating at the countertop for early morning coffee as well as a pastry or settle into booths for quick-serve dishes like waffles or biscuits and gravy. 1401 S. 12th Street, (267) 457-5670, www.thetastyphilly.com
  •  V Street – A local veggie hero Rich Landau with Kate Jacoby’s global food-inspired walkup hotspot. V Street’s bar provides plates such as harissa-grilled tofu, miso butter noodles, and also Korean-fried tempeh tacos, and the cocktails alone are well worth a trip. 126 S. 19th Street, (215) 278-7943, www.vstreetfood.com





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