This Ballard oasis of Mediterranean flavors is no illusion.
Order everything and scoop a serving on to your plate. Each dish plays well with the others so go ahead, spoon some onto your neighbor’s plate too. Golden Beetle is all about community and consideration.
With live music, a card-only photo booth, vegan fare, and games galore, this Capitol Hill joint channels the great Maximus and screams “Are you not entertained?!”
Normally, when a vegan walks into a bar they barely have any options to nosh on. Y’all know this is no joke. At Highline on Broadway, vegans will have a hard time choosing just one thing from their eclectic menu. That’s why I got 5.
This Cat enjoys a fancy feast and this Madison Park spot serves up vegan fare with refinement.
Take a seat, place a napkin in your lap and get ready to be dazzled. Café Flora has tricks up their socially, environmentally, flavorally-conscious sleeves. This spot’s spring menu has me sprung.
This U-District eatery will politely grab you by the hand, then smack you in the face with flavor.
You’ve probably passed by this place while you were in the University District; housing a nice corner spot on NE 45th St. Next time, stop in. Araya’s is consistent and generous with its traditional dishes with a bit of an edge.
Come to Cyber-Dogs. Mama Tatiana will take care of you.
Don’t be put off by the strange name and questionable location, Cyber-Dogs in Downtown Seattle is surprisingly inviting. Owner “Mama” Tatiana will make you feel like part of the Cyber Dogs family.
A tude-tastic Mexican vegan spot in Phinney Ridge.
I’ve heard rave reviews from non-vegans about El Chupacabra in Phinney Ridge, so I was happy to give it a try. The ambience is like Cha Cha Lounge, just less seizure-ific. Come at night to enjoy their jukebox and cool colored lights. They’ve got a killer drink list and a tasty little zone, but the vegan options are nothing to brag about.
A tasty gluten-free, vegan and organic eatery in Fremont.
No need to keep you waiting, let’s get right to it with Flying Apron’s shining stars: its pastries. I didn’t try all the goodies on their loooong list of sweets, but the ones that graced my lips were tasty.
An Asian feast with bountiful menu options in lower Queen Anne.
As a vegan, I’ve come to realize my cravings for Chinese food should be ignored, but because of my recent obsession with all things “Kung Fu Panda,” I couldn’t take it. The answer was Bamboo Garden in Queen Anne.
It’s OMG goodness at this U District piezon eatery.
Charming couple Darcy and Charles run Vegan Pizza Pi in the University District. With their extensive menu and impressive combinations, I now refer to them as the “Vegan People Pleasers.” Surprisingly, you won’t find the word “tofu” anywhere on their menu. These VPPs are here to make you happy in fun and interesting ways.