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Best vegan restaurants in Florida

Best vegan restaurants in Florida

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We’re headed to the Sunshine State to explore the top 5 vegan restaurants!

We’re headed to the Sunshine State to explore the top 5 vegan restaurants!

Best vegan restaurants in Florida

She’s hot, she’s beachy, she’s full of sunshine. She’s...Florida! This great state has so much to offer, from beaches to its wildlife to cuisine. It’s known for its dreamy coast, nightlife, everlasting sun, and now, vegan food. Their vegan food, in particular, is exquisite! So today, we’re headed to the Sunshine State to explore the top 5 vegan restaurants.

1. Ethos Vegan Kitchen (Winter Park)

This vegan hotspot has been in business since 2007 and features vegan beer, wine, entrees, and baked goods.

The definition of the word ethos is “the distinguishing character, sentiment, moral nature, or guiding beliefs of a person, group, or institution." This vegan kitchen embodies the principles of ethos and is committed to morally and environmentally responsible practices.

Ethos intends to improve the diversity of vegan cuisine offerings in the Central Florida area by providing good food at a reasonable price in a comfortable atmosphere.

2. Sweet Pea Cafe (Tallahassee)

This deluxe bakery and farm-to-table restaurant uses only the finest local ingredients. The cafe menu offers divine sandwiches like the Tempeh Reuben and the Buffalo Fried Tofu Sandwich. Not to mention that mimosas are offered on the weekend!

The bakery menu does not disappoint either. You’ll find all the classics like cookies, brownies, and cupcakes...all vegan! You’ll also find originals like Green Tea Sugar Cookies, Chillpeople Cookies, and Mango Cake with Cardamom Frosting.

Custom cakes are also available for your next event! If you’re a local, visit their website to order ahead.

Follow them Instagram to take a peek at their fantastic food pics.

3. Dharma Fine Vittles (Orlando | Tampa | Sanford)

Dharma Fine Vittles was born in the form of a charmingly rickety trailer. They worked as many farmers’ markets as they could handle before the Florida rain drove them crazy.

“We tried to permanently set up shop in front of a gas station for a few weeks, which was humbling. Fast forward. With some sweet-as-pie partners’ help, our first brick & mortar finally happened at Market on South. Home sweet Dharma Fine Vittles home. And well, y’all, here we are- growin’ as one big family, makin’ our mamas proud, and slingin’ FIIIIINE VITTLES!”

Dharma Fine Vittles now has three locations in Orlando, Tampa, and Sanford and serves the best plant-based southern comfort food there is!

You’d better come hungry and ready to sink your teeth into some delicious food. I’d suggest ordering the Orange Bird, Florida citrus BBQ topped with creamy house slaw, open-faced on a toasted bun with slow-roasted sauce.

This company is also the owner of The Vegan Hot Dog Cart, which is open seven nights a week from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. at 14 E. Washington. They have been voted the number one vegan dog in America by PETA. This cart is for the night owls!

Stay up to date on all of their shenanigans on Instagram.

4. Leguminati Vegan Eatery (Orlando)

Lots of press, and for a good reason. Leguminati Vegan Eatery is a popular Orlando spot serving seriously crunchy, seriously delicious wraps.  

The employees call themselves The Bean Team! Co-owned by Bex and Jeremy, both individuals bring a unique culinary flair with a nutrition-focused background.

Veg News even describes this spot as “a must-visit eatery when vacationing in Orlando,” so it’s a no-brainer when you’re in Orlando.

See for yourself why everyone is talking about them by heading over to Instagram.

5. End of the Line (Pensacola)

This eclectic restaurant started out in 2002 and has been a pioneer in vegan cuisine ever since. They offer healthy, organic, delicious food that is always made from scratch. In every dish it’s clear that they have a passion for cooking.

“We proudly prepare our foods in-house and strive to provide as close to wholly organic, local, GMO-free ingredients as possible while continually seeking to find the best consciously sourced products available. We offer our own vegan cheese and have many gluten-free options. Without relying on pre-packaged and wheat gluten-based vegetarian substitutions, our food is healthy and creatively homemade. We are sympathetic to our friends and family with food sensitivities, so we offer wheat-free and soy-free alternatives.”

Next time you’re in town, order a Cuban Panini with some House Made Limeade...your tastebuds are in for a party. Of course, check them out on Instagram.

Well, there you have it, your top 5 vegan restaurants in Florida. Next time you pack your bags and head to the Sunshine State, add these good eats to your itinerary.

She’s hot, she’s beachy, she’s full of sunshine. She’s...Florida! This great state has so much to offer, from beaches to its wildlife to cuisine. It’s known for its dreamy coast, nightlife, everlasting sun, and now, vegan food. Their vegan food, in particular, is exquisite! So today, we’re headed to the Sunshine State to explore the top 5 vegan restaurants.

1. Ethos Vegan Kitchen (Winter Park)

This vegan hotspot has been in business since 2007 and features vegan beer, wine, entrees, and baked goods.

The definition of the word ethos is “the distinguishing character, sentiment, moral nature, or guiding beliefs of a person, group, or institution." This vegan kitchen embodies the principles of ethos and is committed to morally and environmentally responsible practices.

Ethos intends to improve the diversity of vegan cuisine offerings in the Central Florida area by providing good food at a reasonable price in a comfortable atmosphere.

2. Sweet Pea Cafe (Tallahassee)

This deluxe bakery and farm-to-table restaurant uses only the finest local ingredients. The cafe menu offers divine sandwiches like the Tempeh Reuben and the Buffalo Fried Tofu Sandwich. Not to mention that mimosas are offered on the weekend!

The bakery menu does not disappoint either. You’ll find all the classics like cookies, brownies, and cupcakes...all vegan! You’ll also find originals like Green Tea Sugar Cookies, Chillpeople Cookies, and Mango Cake with Cardamom Frosting.

Custom cakes are also available for your next event! If you’re a local, visit their website to order ahead.

Follow them Instagram to take a peek at their fantastic food pics.

3. Dharma Fine Vittles (Orlando | Tampa | Sanford)

Dharma Fine Vittles was born in the form of a charmingly rickety trailer. They worked as many farmers’ markets as they could handle before the Florida rain drove them crazy.

“We tried to permanently set up shop in front of a gas station for a few weeks, which was humbling. Fast forward. With some sweet-as-pie partners’ help, our first brick & mortar finally happened at Market on South. Home sweet Dharma Fine Vittles home. And well, y’all, here we are- growin’ as one big family, makin’ our mamas proud, and slingin’ FIIIIINE VITTLES!”

Dharma Fine Vittles now has three locations in Orlando, Tampa, and Sanford and serves the best plant-based southern comfort food there is!

You’d better come hungry and ready to sink your teeth into some delicious food. I’d suggest ordering the Orange Bird, Florida citrus BBQ topped with creamy house slaw, open-faced on a toasted bun with slow-roasted sauce.

This company is also the owner of The Vegan Hot Dog Cart, which is open seven nights a week from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. at 14 E. Washington. They have been voted the number one vegan dog in America by PETA. This cart is for the night owls!

Stay up to date on all of their shenanigans on Instagram.

4. Leguminati Vegan Eatery (Orlando)

Lots of press, and for a good reason. Leguminati Vegan Eatery is a popular Orlando spot serving seriously crunchy, seriously delicious wraps.  

The employees call themselves The Bean Team! Co-owned by Bex and Jeremy, both individuals bring a unique culinary flair with a nutrition-focused background.

Veg News even describes this spot as “a must-visit eatery when vacationing in Orlando,” so it’s a no-brainer when you’re in Orlando.

See for yourself why everyone is talking about them by heading over to Instagram.

5. End of the Line (Pensacola)

This eclectic restaurant started out in 2002 and has been a pioneer in vegan cuisine ever since. They offer healthy, organic, delicious food that is always made from scratch. In every dish it’s clear that they have a passion for cooking.

“We proudly prepare our foods in-house and strive to provide as close to wholly organic, local, GMO-free ingredients as possible while continually seeking to find the best consciously sourced products available. We offer our own vegan cheese and have many gluten-free options. Without relying on pre-packaged and wheat gluten-based vegetarian substitutions, our food is healthy and creatively homemade. We are sympathetic to our friends and family with food sensitivities, so we offer wheat-free and soy-free alternatives.”

Next time you’re in town, order a Cuban Panini with some House Made Limeade...your tastebuds are in for a party. Of course, check them out on Instagram.

Well, there you have it, your top 5 vegan restaurants in Florida. Next time you pack your bags and head to the Sunshine State, add these good eats to your itinerary.

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