Everyone is going meatless all over America. Plant-based burgers are achieving what once was impossible. People are figuring out how to make the most delectable sushi with tofu and eggplant. Anyone can get vegan satisfaction across 50 states, people just need to know where to look.
There are tons of delicious choices out there, whether you are flexitarian, pescatarian, full-on vegan, or gluten-free. These places are not only fantastic examples of vegan restaurants, but also just restaurants, period.
- Aunts et Uncles
Having opened several months into the pandemic, Brooklyn, New York’s Aunts et Uncles serves Caribbean-inspired vegan food. Their menu features plant-based classics like sautéed greens and plantain mofongo alongside creative reimaginations of meat patty pastries and lobster rolls. Aside from these, Aunts et Uncles offers a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, which include coffee, tea, beer, wine, and kombucha.
- Double Zero
Matthew Kenney, a vegan chef and restaurateur, has devised a comprehensive menu of plant-based pizzas that are baked in a wood-burning oven at Double Zero in Venice, California. Their trademark “Not Pizza” offerings are full of old-school Italian dishes. These include a fantastic eggplant parm, mouthwatering baked meatballs with macadamia ricotta, and a sunflower Caesar salad. For people who do not want anything to do with nuts, most pies can be made gluten-free with rice-based cheese.
- Fancy Radish
Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby established Fancy Radish, the plant-based empire that has stretched their reach from Philadelphia to Washington, DC. The restaurant offers melty yet dairy-free rutabaga fondue, BLT sandwiches with shiitake bacon, and ramen carbonara in a relaxing space for talking politics. They celebrate vegetables without any of the vegan rhetoric, making it the best place to get your vegetable fix without having to stuff your face with a tub of salad.
- Green New American
One of the most popular vegan dining spots in Phoenix, Arizona is Green New American, and for good reason. There are meat-free versions of traditional carnivorous cuisine that you did not realise you were missing or wanted a vegan version of. These include Buffalo wings, chilli fries, and Chicago cheesesteaks. They attempt to use largely organic ingredients and offer gluten-free selections.
Located on a quiet corner in Albany Park in Chicago, Illinois, this globally inspired vegan restaurant serves a selection of the most appetising burgers, wraps, tacos, and nachos. Customers can expect to order some of Kale My Name’s greatest hits like the fried avocado tacos, buffalo cauliflower wings, jackfruit wrap, and a Beyond burger served with awesome sauce. For people looking for something a little healthier, they have gluten-free and soy-free salads, soups, and smoothies. Kale My Name have also expanded their operations all the way to sunny Los Angeles, California to reach more vegans that crave the best meals in the country.