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Helping animals one bite at a time! Please support the Miami-Dade County restaurants listed below, and tell them you saw them on VegSouthFlorida.com. Of course, we can't list every restaurant with a salad on the menu. To be listed, a restaurant must offer 3 or 4 vegan dishes, or be exceptional with fewer. Please let us know if there are restaurants that should (or should not) be listed here, or if you have updates. We're relying on you to keep this web site current. Contact us at info@vegsouthflorida.com. Restaurants are listed by region: North, Central, Miami Beach, West, Coral Gables/Coconut Grove. Veg-friendly restaurant chains.    = 100% vegetarian

 

 

Northern Miami-Dade County

 

Vegetarian Connection

20723 NW 2nd Avenue

Miami Gardens 33169

(305) 454-9841

(web site)

 

Delicious, homemade vegetarian food. Menu features several veggie "meat" dishes, such as pepper steak, curry chicken or stewed fish. Each dish comes with rice and peas or other vegetables (cabbage, calaloo, okra). Also, veggie burgers, soups, cakes and juices.

 

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Vegetarian Restaurant by Hakin

73 NE 167 Street

Miami 33162

(305) 405-6346

(web site)

 

Daily specials such as veggie "fish" and curried tofu (main dish is accompanied by seasoned rice and a side salad). Also, soups, veggie patties, vegan desserts (coconut cake, cheesecake, cookies) and fresh juices (star fruit, papaya, pineapple, cucumber). Also open for breakfast (pancakes and fruit, scrambled tofu). Almost completely vegan menu (some items may contain honey). Closed Saturday. Directions: Take I-95 to exit 12B, merge onto NW 167 Street/SR 826E. Located in a small shopping center between N. Miami Avenue and NE 1st Avenue.

 

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Konata’s Restaurant

13343 NW 7th Avenue (441)

North Miami 33168

(305) 688-7400

 

Fantastic, vegetarian Ital Jamaican cooking. You can taste the love. Eat in or take out. $10 buys a huge plate of food: savory vegetables, soy patties, rice, pasta, ackee and salad. There are sumptuous soups, Jamaican patties and fresh made juices. Everything is homemade from scratch. Worth the trip. Closed Sunday.

 

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Bobby's Meals

2109 Opa Locka Blvd.

Opa Locka 33054

(305) 685-8818

(web site)

 

Daily menu of vegetarian and vegan stews, patties, dumplings, and desserts -- all with Caribbean flare. Also, freshly made juices.

 

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Juice & Java

20335 N. Biscayne Blvd.

Aventura 33180

(305) 466-2233

(web site)

 

The menu at Juice & Java can be overwhelming, featuring salads, wraps, crepes, quesadillas and pita melts (soy cheese available), homemade vegetarian soups and more. We tried a "J & J Platter" and were faced with a choice of grilled or sesame tofu, falafel, portabella mushroom, black beans or veggie burger over brown rice, quinoa, grilled or steamed veggies, baked sweet potato or whole wheat pasta. But variety is a good thing! Juice & Java also offers tea and coffees, fresh-squeezed juices and smoothies. For dessert, try some sorbet or a unique sweet such as a tofu dates parfait. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinnner. Located in The Promenade Shops. Closed Sunday.

 

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Miami Juice

18660 Collins Avenue

Sunny Isles Beach 33160

(305) 945-0444

(web site)

 

Recommended restaurant/juice bar. Excellent salads, juices and smoothies. Closed Sunday.

 

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Sun Life Stadium

2269 Dan Marino Blvd.

Miami Gardens 33056

(web site)

 

Home to the Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins, the Orange Bowl and the occassional concert. The stadium concession stands offer vegetarian burgers and hot dogs (may not be vegan), potato latkes, black beans and rice, salads and other veggie dishes.

 

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Julio's Natural Foods

1602 NE Miami Gardens Drive (Sky Lakes Mall)

North Miami 33179

(305) 947-4744

(web site)

 

Large menu features hummus or portobello mushroom sandwiches, vegetarian burgers, soups. Add grilled tofu to salads. Fresh squeezed juices, wheatgrass shots, soy iced coffees, soy cappuccinos. Inside & outside seating. Great for lunch or breakfast.

 

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Here Comes the Sun

2188 NE 123rd Street

North Miami 33181

(305) 893-5711

 

Plenty of vegetarian offerings, including veggie chili, grilled tofu sandwich, vegetarian lo mein, and the "famous" vegetarian Sunburger (soy cheese available). Juice bar and a small natural foods grocery. Take out & delivery.

 

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New York Bagel Deli

6546 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach 33141

(305) 865-2522

(web site)

 

The hummus sandwich, packed with veggies, is recommended. The corn tortilla soup is vegan and delicious. Menu also features a Vegan Delight sandwich, with a tofu spread. New York Bagel Deli's wide selection of bagels are available with hummus. Also, juices, smoothies and a coffee bar. Three Miami locations.

 

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Central Miami-Dade County

 

Love & Vegetables

Miami

(786) 273-7181

(web site)

 

Love & Vegetables is a vegan cafe that "pops-up" throughout Miami. An emphasis is placed on using seasonal, local and organic produce. Visit their website for details of upcoming events.

 

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Choices Vegan Café - Upper East Side 

646 NE 79th Street

Miami 33138

(786) 803-8352

(web site)

 

See below review. This, Choices' second location, is larger (more tables, outdoor seating) and offers beer and wine.

 

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The House of V

7600 NE 4th Court (Miami Iron Side)

Miami 33138

(305) 323-1514

(web site)

 

Organic, vegan, gluten-free bakery. Yummy cupcakes, cakes, cake pops, macaroons, donuts, brownies, cookies and much more. Closed Sunday.

 

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Mi Vida Café 

7244 Biscayne Blvd.

Miami 33138

(305) 759-6020

(web site)

 

100% vegan with an emphasis on organic and locally grown produce. Popular dishes at Mi Vida Café include Mushroom Seitan Sloppy Joe, Canelones de Verdura, and Lemon-Herbed Baked Tofu Sandwich. Daily specials such as seitan tacos, soba noodle rolls, raw nori rolls and vegan raw sandwiches. All seitan, bread, tortillas, nut cheese and nut milk are homemade. The chef makes cookies, vegan raw cakes and pies every week and different kind of muffins every day. Mi Vida Café offers a large variety of veggie & fruit juices, all fresh made to order. Wine, beer, tea, raw tea & coffee. Small inside dining room and a few tables outside. Delivery available.

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Sweat Records

5505 NE 2nd Avenue

Miami 33137

(786) 693-9309

(web site)

 

Miami’s only fully vegan coffee house. Featuring espresso, a full line of teas, and locally-made vegan cupcakes! Also, signature drinks, such as the Vanilla Iced Rice Baby (iced toasted rice green tea with vanilla soy milk) Open noon to 10pm (closed Sundays). Located next to Churchill's Pub.

 

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The Honey Tree 

5138 Biscayne Boulevard

Miami 33137

(305) 759-1696

 

Mostly-vegan deli and juice bar. Hearty soups, home-cooked dishes (such as Thai tofu, seitan fajitas), vegan pies and other baked goods. Located just north of downtown Miami. Closed Sunday.

 

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The Lost and Found Saloon

185 NW 36th Street

Miami 33127

(305) 576-1008

(web site)

 

Southwestern-style restaurant featuring vegetarian black bean soup, vegetarian chili, triple bean burger, a "Pinon and Pepita Crusted Tofu" sandwich and more.

 

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Bunnie Cakes

2322 NE 2nd Avenue

Miami 33137

(786) 268-9790

(web site)

 

Miami's first storefront vegan and gluten-free bakery. Cupcakes, cakes, brownies, cookies and other treats baked fresh daily. Popular cupcake flavors (vegan or vegan/gluten free) include chocolate marshmallow, passion fruit, guava, cinnamon sugar and red velvet. Bunnie Cakes also has a vegan hot lunch menu. Try an empanada (tofu & spinach, black bean & cheese, or guava & cheese), pan de jamón, pizza rolls or cachitos (crescent roll filled with "ham"). Check out the daily specials for homemade soups, sandwiches and wraps. Bunnie Cakes is located in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami.

 

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Govinda's Garden

145 E Flagler Street, Suite 13

Miami 33131

(305) 562-6371

 

This small cafe is a great place to grab a veggie lunch in downtown Miami. The cafe includes a good selection of burgers and wraps, such as tofu teriyaki, avocado hummus or "chick'n" mango chutney. Add soy chicken or tofu to any salad. Also, fresh vegetable juices, smoothies and coffee drinks. Located in the 777 International Mall.

 

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Choices Vegan Café 

379 SW 15th Road

Miami 33129

(305) 400-8895

(web site)

 

The all-vegan menu at Choices includes sandwiches and wraps, daily specials, raw dishes, soups, chili and salads. We liked the Por Su Pesto Sandwich (tofu, home made pesto, spinach/greens and tomato). VA's Insane Mexican Wrap (black beans, quinoa, plantain, veggie chorizo and Daiya cheese) is very popular. Choices encourages customers to individualize their meals from a variety of almost entirely organic ingredients. Juices and smoothies, delicious desserts, and coffee and tea are also available. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Clean, modern atmosphere. Ask about their Saturday/Sunday brunch. Located just west of I-95, on Triangle Park, at the former home of Om Garden.

 

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El Vato Tequila & Taco Bar

1010 South Miami Ave.

Miami 33130

(305) 523-6449

(web site)

 

Do you like Mexican food? El Vato Tequila & Taco Bar will make any dish-- burritos, fajitas, enchiladas-- vegan (with veggie crumbles and Daiya vegan cheese!). They also have delicious, vegan black bean soup, made to order guacamole, and chips and salsa made fresh daily. And of course, drinks!

 

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Eden in Eden

1248 SW 22nd Street

Miami 33145

(305) 244-2840

(web site)

 

Eden in Eden offers vegan (or vegetarian) versions of popular French dishes. The menu features organic salads, soups, create-your-own sandwiches, a variety of crepes and quiches, and French specialties (such as Croque Monsieur, a grilled veggie ham and vegan cheese sandwich). Also, fresh juices, smoothies and desserts. Friendly staff. Clean, comfortable seating. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Closed Saturday.

 

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Choices Kitchen

711 NW 27th Avenue

Miami 33125

(786) 953-6053

(web site)

 

Instead of a set menu, Choices Kitchen offers creative daily plates of vegan food: a balanced meal of greens, grain, salad, along with a cup of soup and a drink. Check out their website or facebook for today's organic menu.

 

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Miami Beach

 

Carrot Express

1755 Alton Road

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 535-1379

(web site)

 

Delicious salads, whole wheat pita/wrap veggie sandwiches, fresh squeezed juices and fruit smoothies. Local delivery available.

 

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The Yard House

1681 Lenox Avenue

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 535-5660

(web site)

 

The Yard House is a popular place to go for drinks (they promise the "world's largest selection of draft beer"), but you might think that there is nothing on the menu for vegans to eat. Think again! The menu features over one dozen of their popular entrees made with gardein brand fake meats, including veggie boneless wings, veggie beef sliders, veggie chicken & avocado sandwich, veggie chicken rice bowl, and more! The veggie wings and sliders are available during happy hour. The busy restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating. Open for lunch and dinner. Located near Lincoln Road.

 

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The Café at Books & Books

933 Lincoln Road

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 532-3222

(web site)

 

Grab a book and a bite. The vegan section of the menu features tofu and wild mushroom stir fry, grilled vegetarian "chicken" and black bean hummus sandwiches, veggie burgers and several excellent salads (grilled tofu and avocado, black & white bean). Also, creative starters and sides such as yuca & leek hash browns, grilled corn salad or fried green plantains. Sit inside to escape the heat, or grab a table outside under the shade of umbrellas. Order an iced tea or fresh squeezed lemonade to go along with your food and watch the people go by on trendy Lincoln Road.

 

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Apple A Day Natural Food Market

1534 Alton Road

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 538-4569

(web site)

 

Small market, restaurant and juice bar. Stop in for homemade sandwiches, salads and soups.

 

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GO-GO Fresh Food Cafe

926 Alton Road

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 673-3137

(web site)

 

A great place to grab a quick meal. Veggie burger, made-from-scratch soups, tossed-to-order salads (we recommend the "Vegan," with seared sesame tofu, tomatoes, edamane, baby spinach). Closed Sunday.

 

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West Avenue Cafe

959 West Avenue

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 534-4211

(web site)

 

Kosher non-dairy restaurant featuring several vegetarian and vegan dishes (Chinese "Fried" Quinoa, vegetable and tofu stir fry, house-made vegan veggie burgers). Open for lunch and dinner. Closed Saturday.

 

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Pizza Fusion

1115 5th Street

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 672-7778

(web site)

 

The environmental focus of this pizza restaurant is apparent in its organic ingredients, earth-friendly packaging and utensils and its hybrid delivery vehicles. Menu includes a "Very Vegan" pizza, topped with 100% non-dairy mozzarella cheese alternative. Substitute vegan soy cheese on any other pizza. Sauce and dough for all pizzas is vegan (gluten-free crust contains eggs). Also veggie wraps and sandwiches, excellent salads and vegan brownies! Located in The Shops at Fifth and Alton.

 

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Maoz Vegetarian

1657 Washington Avenue

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 534-6269

(web site)

 

The second Florida location for this international vegetarian restaurant chain. When you spot the employees wearing "Veg Out" aprons, you know you're in the right place. Start with warm falafel balls served in pita bread or on a salad, add eggplant, hummus or babaganoush, then head to the toppings bar where you'll find a great variety of sauces and fresh vegetables (such as chickpeas, pickled baby eggplant, beets, and brocolli and cauliflower). Add Belgian fries or sweet potato fries and some freshly squeezed juice or mint-flavored iced tea to complete your meal.

 

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Juice & Java

1346 Washington Avenue

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 531-6675

(web site)

 

See above review.

 

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Escopazzo

1311 Washington Avenue

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 674-9450

(web site)

 

Highly-rated organic, contemporary Italian restaurant. Menu includes unique vegetarian appetizers (such as beet carpaccio topped with marinated artichokes) and several vegan raw dishes, such as nut cheese caprese with oven dried and marinated tomatoes, linguini of zucchini with vegan Genovese-style pesto and pinenuts, and vegan lasagna. Expensive.

 

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Pita Spice

1049 Washington Avenue

Miami Beach 33139

(305) 695-9222

 

Nondescript restaurant serving excellent falafel pita sandwiches. The toppings make this restaurant stand out. Tell the man behind the counter you want everything on your sandwich, including the marinated eggplant and the spicy red sauce! Vegetarian appetizers (baba ganoush, tabouli, stuffed grape leaves), soups and salads also available.

 

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Western Miami-Dade County

 

Prana Health Food & Vegetarian Restaurant

7293 NW 36th Street

Miami 33166

(305) 594-6966

(web site)

 

Choose from 10+ vegan plates, or the daily special. Sandwiches, soups, fresh juices. Located at the back of West Airport Centre. Closed Sundays.

 

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Natural Juices 

115 SW 107th Avenue (Holiday Plaza)

Miami 33174

(305) 220-3430

 

Look for a sign that says Natural Juices and Vegetarian Food and bring a healthy appetite. The owner, Francisco “Frank” Cabrera, is originally from the Dominican Republic and brings an appealing ethnic flavor to the daily specials. His oldest daughter, Imari, is often by his side at the restaurant cheerfully serving up the vegetarian offerings, which are varied, healthy and satisfying. Aside from the array of vegetable and fruit juices, salads, empanadas, wraps, soups and sandwiches, they prepare a variety of specials every day. One or two of the specials often have cheese, so be sure to ask when being served. Examples of some of the daily specials are: tofu spinach stew, yucca meatballs, Canelones, eggplant parmesian, lasagna, picadillo, brown rice and beans. And don’t forget to save room for one of their scrumptious homemade vegan desserts. Open Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm, but if you call ahead, he’ll stay open to 7.

 

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specialTEA Lounge & Cafe

10766 Coral Way

Miami 33165

(305) 554-TEAS

(web site)

 

specialTEA serves over 60 teas (hot and iced) from around the world, fair-trade coffees, dairy-free fruit smoothies, Italian sodas, and made to order sandwiches and salads. You can substitute vegan TVP (textured vegetable protein) for chicken/steak in any menu item for no extra charge (you may also have to ask for your dish without cheese). Options include the Coco-Curry (spicy masala curry, greens and locally grown tomatoes), available with a side of sweet vegan coconut dipping sauce. Or the Dancing Gypsy (TVP, homemade garlic hummus, roasted red peppers and creamy tahini dressing). If you're lucky, they might have a vegan dessert available, such as chocolate chip cookies or fudge brownies. Located in the Columbia Shopping Plaza. Closed Sunday and Monday.

 

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My Little Organic Bistro

8380 SW 40th Street

Miami 33155

(305) 559-8912

(web site)

 

Unique, vegan and raw dishes prepared fresh daily. Daily specials have included pizza, sandwiches (such as chick pea pattie, or portobello mushroom), wraps, stews and soups, and salads with homemade dressing. Also, vegan cheesecake, pumpkin pie and other homemade desserts. Protein shakes, organic fruit smoothies, teas and coffee.

 

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Coral Gables / Coconut Grove

 

The Last Carrot

3133 Grand Avenue

Coconut Grove 33133

(305) 445-0805

(web site)

 

No-frills deli serving tofu or hummus pita sandwiches, salads, soups, fresh juices. Vegan desserts.

 

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The Yard House

320 San Lorenzo Avenue

Coral Gables 33146

(305) 447-9273

(web site)

 

See above review. Located in the Village of Merrick Park.

 

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Green Table Artisan Kitchen & Bistro

4702 South Le Jeune Road

Coral Gables 33146

(786) 362-5255

(web site)

 

The focus at Green Table is on locally-grown and organic ingredients. The menu features several vegetarian sandwiches, salads and entrees (the dishes can easily be made vegan). For example, try the veggie sandwich (Florida avocado, arugula and tomato) or the ratatouille with couscous, toasted pine nuts and basil. Or check out the daily specials. Open Monday through Friday 11:00am-7:00pm and Saturdays from 11.30am to 4:00pm.

 

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Beehive Juice Bar Cafe 

6490 Bird Road

Miami 33155

(305) 663-1300
(web site)

 

Beehive has been a popular choice among local vegans for many years, serving up daily lunch specials (such as baked tofu, sautéed veggies, or vegan chicharon), homemade soups and salads, fresh juices and  smoothies, and vegan desserts.

 

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Coconut Grove Organic Farmers Market

3300 Grand Avenue (corner of Grand Ave. and Margaret Street)

Coconut Grove 33133

(web site)

 

Not a restaurant, but this small market featuring Miami-Dade's Glaser Organic Farms is worth a visit. Not only can you find organic fruits and vegetables, but also fresh juices, dried fruits, spices and teas, ready-to-eat salads, a variety of speciallty breads and crackers, and much more. Try a giant nori roll, or check out the vegan fruit pies, cakes and brownies, and vegan ice cream! Every Saturday, year-round, from 10am-6pm.

 

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The Café at Books & Books

265 Aragon Avenue

Coral Gables 33134

(305) 442-4408

(web site)

 

See above review.

 

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Veganaroma

3808 SW 8th Street

Coral Gables 33134

(305) 444-3826
(
web site)

 

Veganaroma (formerly known as La Vie en Raw) offers a nice variety of raw and vegan dishes made with organic ingredients. Most dishes are gluten-free (excluding sandwiches). The lasagna is recommended

(layers of zucchini noodles, nut cheese, mushrooms, vegetables and a special marinara sauce). The menu

also features sweet potato and veggie stew, pizza, wraps and sandwiches, salads, fresh juices, smoothies and delicious desserts. Closed Sunday.

 

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Green Gables Cafe

327 Alhambra Circle

Coral Gables, FL 33134

(305) 445-7015

(web site)

 

Small eatery specializing in to-go and delivery orders. Try the roasted eggplant & hummus wrap, a salad, Green gazpacho or other vegan soups made daily. Smoothies, organic vegetable and fruit juices, tea and coffee (soy, almond and rice milks available). Local and organic ingredients. Open Monday through Friday for breakfast and lunch, 7:30am to 4:30pm.

 

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Maroosh

223 Valencia Avenue

Coral Gables 33134

(305) 476-9800

(web site)

 

Recommended Mediterranean restaurant with many vegetarian/vegan dishes. Entrees include Bania Stew (okra simmered in a tomato, garlic and cilantro sauce), Baked Mousaka (layers of sliced eggplant, with tomatoes and chick peas), and Vegetable Curry. Delicious appetizers.

 

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Evos

9537 South Dixie Highway

Pinecrest 33156

(305) 740-3433

(web site)

 

First South Florida location for this health-conscious burger chain. Order their signature Championburger with a vegan patty. Or try a chopped soy "steak" taco, veggie chili, or a salad. And don't miss their "Airfries," cooked with airbaking instead of deep-frying.

 

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Veg-friendly restaurant chains

Below is a short list of popular chain restaurants in Miami-Dade County where you can find good, vegan food. (You can also eat vegan at Subway, Taco Bell and many others; click here for a more complete list.)

 

California Pizza Kitchen (web site)

Pizza, pasta and salads. Many options for vegetarians. Vegan options include the California Veggie pizza (thin crust, no cheese), the Tomato Basil Spaghettini, and the Dakota Smashed Pea + Barley Soup. Locations in Coral Gables and Miami.

 

Chili's (web site)

Chili's is happy to substitute black beans (vegan) for meat in wraps and fajitas, and you can add sliced avocado, mushrooms or extra lettuce to the dish. Unfortunately, the veggie burger at Chili's is not vegan. 10+ locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Chipotle (web site)

Excellent vegetarian burritos and fajitas. Both the black beans and pinto beans are vegetarian. Vegan guacamole. Seven locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Denny’s (web site)

Denny's has a vegan Amy's burger on the menu (ask for it without cheese). The Fit Fare Veggie Skillet is another good option (ask them to hold the egg whites). 23 locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Giardino Gourmet Salads (web site)

Create your own salad from a large selection of greens, vegetables, fruits, nuts and dressings, or choose from one of their great-tasting combinations. Also available, wraps, grain bowls and soups. Seven locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Houston's (web site)

Great veggie burger. The "Seasonal Vegetable Platter" entree is also recommended. North Miami Beach location.

 

Johnny Rockets (web site)

Limited menu for vegetarians, but if you're hungry for a vegan (Boca) burger, Johnny Rockets is a great place to go. Hamburger buns and fries are vegan (onion rings have whey). Special area of the grill is designated to cook vegan burgers. Grilled mushrooms, onions available as extras. Seven locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Lime Fresh Mexican Grill (web site)

Just about everything on the menu can be prepared without meat (add organic black or refried beans, rice, and one of four flavors of homemade guacamole). Five locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Moe’s Southwest Grill (web site)

Skip the meat! Choose tofu on your made-to-order burrito, taco, quesadilla, fajita or nachos. Moe's black beans and pinto beans are vegetarian. Rice is made with vegetable stock. Very large portions. Moe's guacamole is vegan. Four locations in Miami.

 

Offerdahl's Cafe Grill (web site)

Substitute tofu for any protein, hummus instead of cream cheese. Menu also includes a "Very Vegan" hummus sandwich, black bean burger and excellent meatless chili. Soy milk available for coffee. Two locations in Miami.

 

Panera Bread (web site)

A great lunch at Panera is their black bean or garden vegetable soup (both vegan) in a sourdough bread bowl. Also a good place for bagels and salads. Eight locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Pashas (web site)

Mediterranean fast food (hummus and falafel wraps, grilled vegetable kebab, lentil soup). Unfortunately, Pashas uses eggs in its falafel. Seven locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Pei Wei Asian Diner (web site)

"Flavors from Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Korea and China." Order vegetables & tofu in any of their signature dishes, noodle & rice bowls. Locations in Aventura, Miami and Miami Lakes.

 

P.F. Chang's China Bistro (web site)

Several vegan dishes. We recommend the vegetarian Ma Po Tofu entree (tofu in a spicy sauce with steamed broccoli) and the vegetarian lettuce wraps appetizer. Locations in Miami and North Miami Beach.

 

Pita Pit (web site)

This international restaurant chain makes sandwiches fresh with ingredients you choose. Select from a variety of toppings, including falafel, hummus, artichoke hearts, spinach, dried cranberries, roasted red peppers and many more. Try the new, all-vegan spicy black bean patty. Miami location.

 

Pollo Tropical (web site)

Very tasty black beans and white rice (unfortunately, the brown rice is steamed with chicken broth). Side dishes incude boiled yuca, fried yuca, sweet plantains, and balsamic tomatoes. Order separately, or try the "Vegetarian TropiChop" (black beans & rice with salad). We recommend the drive-thru; the chicken carcasses on the grill can ruin your appetite. 30+ locations in Miami-Dade County.

 

Red Robin (web site)

Most Red Robin restaurants in the U.S. offer both the BOCA Original Vegan Burger and a Gardenburger patty as meatless options for any burger or sandwich at no additional charge. Miami location.

 

Seasons 52 (web site)

Recommended for its vegan options, including the Winter Market Vegetable Plate (roasted vegetables, grilled tofu and cracked wheat tabbouleh). Also, vegan soups, salads and appetizers, and delicious flatbreads that can be made vegan. Tofu may be substituted for meat in other dishes (ask your server). Coral Gables location.

 

Sweet Tomatoes (web site)

Vegan salads and soups. Several vegetarian pasta dishes. Buffet-style. Kendall location.

 

TCBY (web site).

Vegan frozen yogurt (made with Silk brand almond milk) is available at TCBY. Vanilla and chocolate flavors.  Miami and Coral Gables locations.

 

Tijuana Flats (web site)

Quality, fast Mexican food. They can pretty much make anything— burritos, enchiladas, tacos, chimichangas— vegan. (Black beans are vegan; refried beans have cheese.) Very reasonably priced. Miami location.

 

Tropical Smoothie Café (web site)

Much more than just smoothies! Beyond Meat's vegan, chicken-free strips are available to replace chicken in any wrap, sandwich or salad on the menu at no additional charge. Three locations in Miami.

 

Whole Foods Market (web site)

Salad bar, soups, and a hot bar where you can usually find several vegetarian dishes. If you're lucky, you may find vegan cookies or cakes in the bakery department. Three locations in Miami-Dade County.