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Helping animals one bite at a time! Please support the Palm Beach 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, West, South. Veg-friendly restaurant chains.    = 100% vegetarian

 

 

Northern Palm Beach County

 

The Yard House

11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave.

Palm Beach Gardens 33410

(561) 691-6901

(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 at Downtown At The Gardens.

 

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Field of Greens

11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Suite 3103

Palm Beach Gardens 33410

(561) 625-0036

(web site)

 

The highlight of this "fast food" restaurant is the salad bar, where you choose greens, veggies, toppings and dressing, and the staff toss it for you. Great selection of vegan garnishes, including black beans, pistachios and sun-dried tomatoes. Also popular are homemade vegan soups (Portabella Mushroom, Lentil, Split Pea, Asparagus and Roasted Butternut Squash), vegan chili and vegetarian, grilled panini sandwiches. Located at Downtown At The Gardens.

 

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Sun Hai Tokyo

2534 PGA Boulevard

Palm Beach Gardens 33410

(561) 627-9200

(web site)

 

Recommended restaurant serving delicious, authentic Chinese dishes and sushi. Accommodating to vegans (make sure to tell your server).

 

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Christopher's Kitchen

4783 PGA Boulevard

Palm Beach Gardens 33418

(561) 318-6191

(web site)

 

Creative, organic, vegan cuisine. Christopher's Kitchen has received great reviews since opening in January 2011. The large, varied menu offers many choices. CK Tacos (handmade corn tortillas filled with a delicious mix of avocado, nuts, fresh vegetables and a sweet/spicy sauce) is a favorite. The Lettuce Cups, and the BBQ and Omega trios, are also popular. Christopher's Kitchen also offers fresh juices and blended drinks, and before you leave check out the pastry case full of desserts (pecan balls, chocolate macaroons and more!). Quality ingredients and large portions. Open for lunch and dinner. Indoor and outdoor seating. Located on the north side of PGA Boulevard, west of Military Trail, in the Midtown shops.

 

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Central Palm Beach County

 

Indus Herbal Indian Cuisine

1649 Forum Place

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 249-0123

(web site)

 

Indus Herbal Indian Cuisine opened in the Summer of 2010 and quickly found a following. Large selection of vegetable dishes. Vegan items are marked on the menu. Lunch buffet.

 

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The India Palace

4778 Okeechobee Boulevard

West Palm Beach 33417

(561) 478-5606

(web site)

 

Indian cuisine is usually a safe bet for vegetarians, and India Palace doesn't disappoint. The menu features a wide variety of meatless dishes, including popular favorites such as Aloo Gobi (cauliflower and potatoes) and Channa Masala (chick peas cooked with onion and tomatoes), as well as less common dishes. Closed Monday.

 

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Café Toscano

2635 Old Okeechobee Road

West Palm Beach 33409

(561) 951-2550

(web site)

 

The vegetarian section on Café Toscano's menu features several authentic Italian dishes. The escarole and cannellini beans (canelli beans, in a red wine sauce with a touch of garlic) is recommended. Many dishes on the menu can be prepared vegan; ask your server. A small salad comes included with your meal (butternut squash is among the vegan salad dressings). Soy milk is available for an after dinner cappuccino or coffee. Closed Sunday.

 

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The Vegan Café

5075 Okeechobee Blvd.

West Palm Beach 33417

(561) 318-5045

(web site)

 

The menu at The Vegan Café features many delicious, healthy options. Popular dishes include the Veggie Meatball Sandwich (fresh baked hoagie roll stuffed with homemade veggie meatballs and marinara sauce), Stuffed Avocado (an avocado halved and filled with sprouts, sunflower seeds and much more), the Nori Roll and Veggie Burger. Also, salads, soups, and a unique selection of juices and smoothies. The Vegan Café is also home to Moe's Fermenteds' all natural, probiotic infused Kombucha, Kimchi and other products  (www.moesfermenteds.com). Comfortable indoor seating, or carry-out.

 

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Saffron

731 Village Boulevard

West Palm Beach 33409

(561) 616-8585

(web site)

 

Richly-decorated Indian restaurant, with a good selection of vegetable dishes and breads. Full bar and attentive staff make this a good choice for a family gathering or an intimate dinner for two.

 

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Salloum Foods

327 5th Street

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 659-7322

 

There are many excellent Middle Eastern restaurants in south Florida, but if you're looking for authenticity you can't beat Salloum Foods. This deli, market and pita bakery serves falafel sandwiches, lentil & potato soup, excellent salads (we recommend the Fattoush or butter bean salads), veggie cabbage rolls and spinach pies. Pastries available for dessert include cashew/almond "Birds nests" (sweetened with sugar syrup, not honey). When you're there, grab a tub of hummus, olives or a bag of pitas to take home. A few outdoor tables, but primarily take-out. Located at North Dixie Avenue and 5th Street.

 

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Field of Greens

412 N. Clematis Street

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 820-2465

(web site)

 

See above review.

 

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Leila

120 South Dixie Highway

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 659-7373

(web site)

 

Upscale Middle Eastern restaurant. Menu features several vegetarian entrees and salads. Located on the corner of Datura Street and Dixie Highway.

 

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Bee Organics

123 Datura Street

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 651-9796
(
web site)

 

The cafe at Bee Organics features a 100% organic, vegan menu. Popular dishes include pad thai, garbanzo sea salad and the acai bowl. They also offer smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and coffee and teas. Before you leave, check out the Bee Organics market (bulk foods, vegan snacks, body care products and much more!), and the yoga studio.

 

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Mellow Mushroom

700 South Rosemary Avenue (CityPlace)

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 653-1351

(web site)

 

Popular pizza chain. Where else can you get tempeh and five different flavors of tofu on your pizza? And vegan cheese (Daiya)! Mellow Mushroom's pizza crust is vegan, but you may need to tell your server that you do not want butter or parmesan added. Also, excellent hoagies and calzones. Choose from among 100 beers. Weekly specials. Fun atmosphere. Open late ('till midnight on Friday and Saturday).

 

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Joy noodles & rice

2200 S. Dixie Highway

West Palm Beach 33401

(561) 655-5212

(web site)

 

Joy noodles & rice is a brand-new restaurant, from the owners of the excellent Wattana Thai down the road. Joy is not an exclusively vegetarian restaurant, but there is a good selection of vegan dishes on the menu. We recommend the Chiangmai Noodle Soup (potato noodles, fried tofu, bok choy and bean sprouts in a spicy/sweet curry coconut broth). We were also impressed with the Mixed Vegetables with Mushroom Sauce because of the fresh, varied vegetables such as asparagus, yellow squash and edamame (not your standard stir-fry selections). The Cucumber Kim Chi Salad makes a great starter. Open for lunch and dinner. Located half mile north of Belvedere Road.

 

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Wattana Thai

7201 S. Dixie Highway

West Palm Beach 33405

(561) 588-9383

(web site)

 

Family-run restaurant with over a dozen vegetable dishes on the menu. Start with the deep fried tofu appetizer, then try a delicious stir-fry of tofu and vegetables with your choice of sauces like green curry, savory basil or the spicy volcano sauce. Or try their Pad Thai, soup or a clear rice noodle dish. Wattana also has a smaller menu of Japanese favorites.

 

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Darbster 

8020 South Dixie Highway

West Palm Beach 33405

(561) 586-2622

(web site)

 

Darbster serves vegan versions of old time classics as well as new innovative dishes. Try the Palm Cake entree (the fried hearts of palm have a delicious creamy texture), Tempeh Reuben sandwich, Mac & Cheeze (elbow pasta with a subtle cheesy flavor, topped with toasted bread crumbs), a Caesar salad, or the Sliders appetizer (faux-steak bites on a crunchy bun with tangy sauce). Ask about the weekly specials, and don't miss brunch on Saturday/Sunday! The menu also includes raw and gluten-free dishes, vegan desserts, and wine and beer. Indoor or outdoor seating in a relaxed setting. Closed Monday. Darbster also has a Boca Raton location.

 

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Mother Earth Sanctuary Cafe

410 Second Avenue North

Lake Worth 33460

(561) 460-8647

(web site)

 

Organic/fair trade coffee and teas. Try one of their signature veggie burgers, of which eight are vegan. Also, soups and salads. Mother Earth hosts weekly music/storytelling events. Cash only. Closed Monday.

 

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Snappers

398 N. Congress Avenue

Boynton Beach 33426

(561) 375-8600

(web site)

 

Snappers is a seafood restaurant but with a good selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes. Menu items include Risotto Italiano (vegan), a Steamer Basket (filled with steamed tempeh and vegetables), vegan nut loaf with sage gravy, and several pasta dishes made with fresh vegetables. Located in Oakwood Square.

 

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Eclectic Eats

1731 N Federal Hwy.

Delray Beach 33483

(561) 271-6240

(web site)

 

Eclectic Eats is an outdoor/indoor restaurant serving fusion cuisine with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options (for example, stuffed vine leaves, tofu tartar, or falafel panini with homemade tahini sauce). Ask for the separate vegan/vegetarian menu.

 

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Veggie Bungalo

Delray GreenMarket

Old School Square Park

NE 2nd Avenue, 1/2 block north of Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach 33444

(web site)

 

Veggie Bungalo is a vegan food cart serving a variety of foods: black bean burgers, veggie "chicken" patties, Tofurky hot dogs, falafel, 3 bean chunky chili, lentil soup, apple cinnamon waffle sticks, banana oat bran muffins and more! Find the Veggie Bungalo at the Delray GreenMarket every Saturday from 9am - 2pm.

 

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The Garden of Vegan

528 NE 2nd Street

Delray Beach 33483

(561) 404-5301

(web site)

 

The 100% vegan menu (also soy, wheat & gluten free) at The Garden of Vegan features dehydrated raw appetizers (such as broccoli or cauliflower nuggets), entrées (curry plantain, raw  zucchini fettuccine), wraps and sandwiches (try a Toona Melt sandwich or a chickpea burger), soups, salads and desserts.

Also open for breakfast (pancakes, waffles, french toast!). Located 2 blocks north of Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach.

 

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Bamboo Fire

149 NE 4th Avenue

Delray Beach 33483

(561) 749-0973 or (954) 907-4174

(web site)

 

Caribbean cuisine in a comfortable environment. Menu features several vegetarian entrees—including spicy jerk tofu, coconut tofu, curry vegetables and grilled tofu strips—starters (such as cumin-seasoned garbanzo beans) and sides (sweet plaintains, rice & peas, braised cabbage, okra fried rice). Open for dinner. Hours vary in the off-season, so call ahead.

 

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DIG

777 East Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach 33483

(561) 279-1002

(web site)

 

DIG has a healthy, "green" menu with many options for vegetarians and vegans. From salads and soups, to veggie (vegan) burgers and homemade hummus. DIG offers organic juices and smoothies, and a full selection of cocktails, wine and beer.

 

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Mellow Mushroom

25 SE Sixth Avenue

Delray Beach 33483

(561) 330-3040

(web site)

 

See above review.

 

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The Green Gourmet

16950 Jog Road

Delray Beach 33446

(561) 455-2466

(web site)

 

The menu at The Green Gourmet changes frequently, but dishes always start with fresh, organic ingredients, often from local farms. Popular vegan dishes include vegetable lasagna and cabbage/shitake mushroom dumplings. Vegan sides include cauliflower mash, cream-less mashed potatoes. Also soups, salads and sandwiches. Located in The Shoppes at Addison Place.

 

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Western Palm Beach County

 

Thai Room

6901 Okeechobee Blvd.

West Palm Beach 33411

(561) 689-1830

(web site)

 

Recommended Thai restaurant with many choices for vegans/vegetarians (make sure to tell your server so he can accommodate you). Friendly service, reasonable prices. Located in Lake Point Center.

 

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Hippocrates Health Institute

1443 Palmdale Court

West Palm Beach 33411

(561) 471-8876

(web site)

 

Raw, organic, vegan buffet featuring different dishes each day; delicious, raw versions of caesar's salad, tacos, pizza, Pad Thai, nut loaf, etc. Also, salads, home-grown sprouts and wheatgrass and a variety of juices. All-you-can-eat buffet is open to the public every day of the week except Wednesday. Lunch is served from 12:30-2pm and dinner from 5:30-7pm. $20 per person.

 

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Taste of India

7750 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 11

West Palm Beach 33411

(561) 721-8600

(web site)

 

Menu features nine strictly vegan dishes and over a dozen vegetarian dishes (may include yogurt or cream), along with delicious appetizers, breads and soups. Try a traditional favorite like Aloo Gobhi or Channa Masala, or one of several less common dishes, like Vegetable Chettinadu (vegetables in spicy black pepper and roasted coconut sauce). Located just west of the Land Rover dealership.

 

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Talay Thai

7100 Fairway Drive

Palm Beach Gardens 33418

(561) 691-5662

(web site)

 

Recommended Thai restaurant with many vegan/vegetarian options. Appetizers include vegan spring rolls, summer rolls and dumplings. Any of the curries, noodles and stir fry dishes can be prepared vegan (no eggs or fish sauce), and with tofu. Knowledgeable servers and a great atmosphere. Located in the LA Fitness shopping center.

 

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Thai Basil

10311 Southern Blvd.

Royal Palm Beach 33411

(561) 798-5003

(web site)

 

Recommended Thai restaurant. Most dishes (curries, noodle bowls, Pad Thai, stir fry entrees, Tom kha gai soup, etc.) can be made vegetarian/vegan. Each entree comes with an appetizer soup (vegan broth). Located on the corner of 441 & Southern in the Village Shoppes center.

 

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Field of Greens

10140 Forest Hill Boulevard

Wellington 33414

(561) 795-4345

(web site)

 

See above review. Located in The Pointe at Wellington Green.

 

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Taylor Made Cafe

12160 South Shore Blvd. #105

Wellington 33414

(561) 729-0441

(web site)

 

Ask about the daily vegan special (the banana peanut butter bread pudding is recommended). The menu includes many wraps and salads that can easily be prepared vegan, with homemade spicy or regular hummus, organic sunflower sprouts and/or avocado. Protein shakes (available with almond milk), vegetable juices, and wine and beer. Dine in, take out, delivery and catering. Located in the Village Place Shopping Center. Closed Sunday.

 

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Southern Palm Beach County

 

Darbster

6299 N Federal Highway

Boca Raton 33487

(561) 586-2622

(web site)

 

Darbster serves vegan versions of old time classics as well as new innovative dishes. Try the Palm Cake entree (the fried hearts of palm have a delicious creamy texture), Tempeh Reuben sandwich, Mac & Cheeze (elbow pasta with a subtle cheesy flavor, topped with toasted bread crumbs), a Caesar salad, or the Sliders appetizer (faux-steak bites on a crunchy bun with tangy sauce). Ask about the weekly specials. The menu also includes raw and gluten-free dishes, vegan desserts, and wine and beer. Indoor or outdoor seating in a relaxed setting. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Darbster also has a West Palm Beach location.

 

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The Salad Spot

690 Yamato Road #6

Boca Raton 33431

(561) 997-0339
(
web site)

 

Make your own salad with fresh ingredients. Huge assortment of salad fixings. Also, fresh fruit and soups. Open M-F. Located at southeast corner of Yamato and Congress.

 

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5-Spice

1200 Yamato Road, #A1

Boca Raton 33431

(561) 989-1688

(web site)

 

Recommended Asian-theme restaurant. Add tofu to create-your-own noodle or rice bowls. Starters include vegetarian curry samosas, summer rolls and tempura. Located in the Shoppes of Blue Lake.

 

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Farmer's Table

1901 N. Military Trail

Boca Raton 33431

(561) 417-5836

(web site)

 

Farmer's Table offers healthy dishes centered around fresh, seasonal ingredients. Menu includes a variety of salads and flatbreads, veggie burger, vegan lasagna and more. Daiya vegan cheese can be substituted on any dish. Farmer's Table is very accommodating to vegans/vegetarians and people following a gluten-free diet. A special, healthy kids menu is also available. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located on the corner of 19th and Military Trail, adjacent to the Wyndham Hotel.

 

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Maoz Vegetarian

6000 Glades Road

Boca Raton 33431

(561) 393-6269

(web site)

 

The first 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. Located in the Food Court of Boca Raton Town Center mall.

 

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Raw Juce

2200 Glades Road, Suite 403

Boca Raton 33431

(561) 424-5823

(web site)

 

Smoothie & juice bar, live & raw food restaurant. Raw Juce offers a wide selection of cold-pressed juices, smoothies and other drinks in addition to "solid" foods such as oatmeal, acai bowls, salads and more!

 

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Juice & Java Cafe - Boca Raton

21316 St. Andrew Boulevard

Boca Raton 33431

(561) 852-2230

(web site)

 

Large health-centric menu (with a focus on delicious!) includes many options for vegetarians/vegans as well as children. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving wraps, burgers, pasta, platters, fresh juices, smoothies and desserts as well as meal and juicing/detox plans. Dine-in, takeout, delivery and catering  available.

 

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Pine Garden

1668 N. Federal Highway

Boca Raton 33432

(561) 395-7534

(web site)

 

Neighborhood Chinese restaurant with a twist. Make sure you ask for the seperate vegetarian menu. 100+ meatless entrees, including noodles, vegi "meats" (pork, shrimp, duck), tofu, fried rice and vegetable dishes. The mock meats can taste alike. We recommend sharing one of the "meat" dishes— such as the popular Crispy Orange Beef— and a vegetable dish (try the Eggplant in Spicy Garlic Sauce). The soups are also excellent. Before you leave, ask them to get rid of the grubby fish tank at the entrance (it's almost enough to ruin an appetite!).

 

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The Yard House

201 Plaza Real

Boca Raton 33432

(561) 417-6124

(web site)

 

See above review. Located at Mizner Park.

 

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Baja Cafe

201 NW 1st Avenue

Boca Raton 33432

(561) 394-5449

(web site)

 

Cal-Mex cuisine. Excellent (lard-free) veggie burritos and fajitas, homemade salsa and chips.

 

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The Raw Garden / Juiceateria

179 SE Mizner Blvd.

Boca Raton 33432

(561) 362-1661

(web site)

 

The Raw Garden is an entirely raw, vegan cafe serving creative, all natural dishes (such as nori lasagna, flax crust pizza, eggless egg salad), made fresh daily on the premises. The Raw Garden is a sister restaurant to the Juiceateria juice bar, located next door (177 SE Mizner Blvd.). Grab a meal then head next door for fresh squeezed vegetable and fruit juices! Located in the Royal Palm Place shopping center.

 

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4th Generation Organic Market

75 SE 3rd Street

Boca Raton 33432

(561) 338-9920

(web site)

 

4th Generation Organic Market is a great place for lunch or to grab something to take home for dinner. The deli counter features freshly-made sandwiches, raw vegan options (the raw mock tuna wrap is delicious), and prepared hot foods, such as vegan lasagna, tempeh chili and mac & cheese. The raw/vegan side dishes are also excellent (we recommend the cashew cheese). Don't skip dessert! Vegan options include macaroons, coconut cake, chocolate pecan clusters and homemade ice cream! 4th Generation also has a nice variety of organic produce and packaged goods, and hosts cooking demonstrations, wine tastings and other in-store special events.

 

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Chow Thai

23034 Sandalfoot Plaza Drive

Boca Raton 33428

(561) 487-8414

(web site)

 

Recommended restaurant. Extensive menu features many vegan selections, including tofu steak, tempeh dishes. Friendly staff.

 

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Veg-friendly restaurant chains

Below is a short list of popular chain restaurants in Palm Beach 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 Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens and Wellington.

 

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. 8 locations in Palm Beach County.

 

Chipotle (web site)

Excellent vegetarian burritos and fajitas. Both the black beans and pinto beans are vegetarian. Vegan guacamole. Locations in West Palm Beach, Wellington, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton.

 

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). 8 locations in Palm Beach County.

 

Houston's (web site)

Great veggie burger. The "Seasonal Vegetable Platter" entree is also recommended. Boca Raton Location.

 

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. Locations in Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens, Boynton Beach and Wellington.

 

Nature's Way Café (web site)

Large menu includes avocado sandwich, veggie burger, large salads, soups, shakes and smoothies. 9 locations in Palm Beach County.

 

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. Boca Raton location.

 

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. 12 locations in Palm Beach 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 Wellington, Boynton Beach and Boca Raton.

 

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 Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton.

 

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. Boca Raton 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. 11 locations in Palm Beach County.

 

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). Locations in Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens.

 

Sweet Tomatoes (web site)

Vegan salads and soups. Several vegetarian pasta dishes. Buffet-style. Locations in West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach and Boca Raton.

 

TCBY (web site).

Vegan frozen yogurt (made with Silk brand almond milk) is available at TCBY. Vanilla and chocolate flavors. Boca Raton and Wellington 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. Locations in Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington and Boca Raton.

 

TooJay's (web site)

We recommend the simple but delicious Mediterranean Health Trio (tabouleh, hummus and fresh fruit salad, served with pita bread), but TooJay's menu also includes sandwiches (Vegetable Reuben Ciabatta, Portobello Mushroom Stack), roasted vegetable wrap and other options for vegans and vegetarians. 9 locations in Palm Beach County.

 

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. Locations in Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens and Boynton Beach.

 

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. Locations in Wellington, Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton.