All Places in ‘Vegan Restaurants’

  • Watercourse Foods

    WaterCourse Foods is Denver’s original vegan restaurant since 1998. Our style of vegan comfort food has won over the hearts and stomachs of people from all types of dietary backgrounds. The greatest compliment we hear (and we hear it often) is when an initially reluctant patron, who was dragged in read more

  • Vedge

    Opened in Fall 2011, Vedge is a vegetable restaurant by Chefs Richard Landau & Kate Jacoby. Located in the historic Tiger Building on Locust Street, Vedge offers a classically elegant dining experience with a progressive, bold approach to cooking. The menus at Vedge are putting vegetables in the spotlight, featuring read more

  • Candle 79

    Where: New York, New York What To Order: The Live Crystal Rolls (above, left) are a house favorite. Candle 79 is a favorite for vegans craving comfort food. From the spaghetti and wheatballs to the over-stuffed manicotti, you’re sure to leave this place full and satisfied.

  • Plant

    Plant is vegan. Plant is a restaurant based on an ethical principle to which Jason adheres absolutely and to which his business partners, Leslie Armstrong and Alan Berger, adhere as well. And that ethic is, in fact, the driving impulse behind the place. Jason had been a long time vegetarian read more

  • Gracias Madre

    Gracias Madre is truly an expression of who we are – it represents our deep love of and reverence for food, our commitment to health and sustainability, our unconditional love for our multicultural family and community, our devotion to the Earth and the divine feminine, and our commitment to raising read more

  • Elizabeth’s Gone Raw

    Elizabeth’s Gone Raw began in 2009 as an expression and an experiment by our founder & owner, Elizabeth Petty. During her experience with breast cancer she was introduced to Vegan and Raw Foods as an access to better health, vitality and peace of mind. Then it was only natural to read more

  • Vegeria

    Vegeria aims to feed the masses and educate the city on issues like cultural preservation through food, healthy eating, urban gardening, farm-to-table movement, and organic seasonal farming. Our key principle is the need to preserve the food of our ancestors and the indigenous food of the land. Chef Fred Anthony read more