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8 Must-Try Vegan Spots In Seattle

By Jennifer Moreno

Vegan Spots Seattle

Having a hard time finding the perfect vegan restaurant?

Look no more! From vegan cafes to ice cream parlors and doughnut shops, Seattle offers a great variety of food for all the vegans out there! Whether you choose to have a quick bite or a long brunch with friends, these spots are delicious and 100% vegan-friendly!

1. Frankie and Jo’s

You can’t say no to a scoop of ice cream, especially from the delicious Frankie and Jo’s. This vegan ice cream shop offers amazing scoops and pints. This adorable place has been changing the way we think about ice cream, they’re 100% plant-based, gluten-free, and women-owned. Enjoy SoCal 70s vibes with a funky ambiance while having an ultra-creamy and luscious scoop of ice cream. Don’t forget to try out their famous Salty Caramel Ash, or their Beet Strawberry Rose sorbet.

Where: 1010 E Union St

 

2. Cafe Flora

This Madison Park spot is one of the best plant-based restaurants in the city. Enjoy an incredible lunch surrounded by plants, and savor Cafe Flora’s classic menu items or their seasonal offerings. You can’t go wrong with their Flora Frittata or the Heirloom Tomato Scramble. Don’t forget to also try out their incredible cocktails, like the Rosemary Lemon Drop, or the Ultraviolet.

Where: 2901 E. Madison St, Seattle, WA 98112.

 

3. Finch and Pine

This restaurant serves delectable and seasonal PNW cuisine. They use all-natural and regional sourced ingredients prepared in a simple and beautiful way. Finch & Pine is a relatively new spot in the city, but it has amazing potential. Enjoy their weekend brunch items, like their Traditional Gazpacho, or the Wild Huckleberry Pancakes.

Where: 711 Bellevue Ave E. Ste #100

 

4. Allyum Avalon

This West Seattle spot is perfect to enjoy amazing vegan food. They offer a rotating menu, and you’ll get to try tons of different dishes. Their motto is “Eat Well, Be Kind, Feel Good”, and it gets reflected in their amazing dishes. Allyum’s mission is to deliver high-quality, sustainable, and locally sourced food. If you visit, you’ll be able to enjoy a balance between culinary health and comfort.

Where:2940 SW Avalon Way, Seattle, WA 98126.

 

5. Mighty-O Donuts

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This place is one of the most famous spots in Seattle. Their vegan donuts are organically made from plants, and made from scratch every day! Mighty-O Donuts use only the best ingredients, and their creations are free of preservatives, trans fat, artificial colors, and cholesterol. Try out their delicious Mighty-O’s French Toast, a maple glazed donut with powdered sugar sprinkled on top.

Where: Greenlake, Cap Hill, Ballard, and Denny Triangle

 

6. Plum

This vegan restaurant is a great spot for date night. Plum Bistro is vegan heaven, where you can enjoy incredible dishes in an intimate dining room with candle lights everywhere. Plum’s menu offers a variety of elevated dishes, like an Oyster (Mushroom) & Tofu Scallopini, or a Black Truffle Sweet Potato Gnocchi. This place is also a great spot for Happy Hour, try out their signature cocktails like the Silly Summers at the Lake, or the Spanish Lullaby.

Where: 14 29, 12th Ave, Seattle.

 

7. Wayward Cafe

If you’re looking for a big plate of vegan comfort food, this is the right spot for you! Wayward Cafe is a family-owned and plant-based diner, and one of the best vegan restaurants in the city. Try out their all-American dishes; from the “Lumberjack”, a delicious creation of seasoned tofu, hashbrowns, tempeh bacon, vegan ham, and sausage links, served with three pancakes, or enjoy “The Pioneer”, a robust country fried steak cutlet, spinach, tomato slices, smoky tempeh bacon, and country gravy all piled high on a toasted bun!

Where:  801 NE 65th St Suite C, Seattle, WA 98115.

 

8. Araya’s Place

This place specializes in serving delicious vegan Thai food made from plants. Araya’s Place is one of the best vegan restaurants in Seattle and the first of its kind in the NW. Their fame comes from their all-you-can-eat lunch buffet, and their big dishes perfect for family sharing. Pile up your plate with spring rolls, Panang Curry, and their signature Drunken Mushroom dish.

Where: 5240 University Way NE.#A Seattle WA 98105 / 2808 E Madison Seattle WA 98112 / 10246 Main ST Bellevue WA 98004

Also, see: 10 Of The Most Delicious And Cheap Restaurants In Seattle

 

 

 

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