Vegan Restaurants Added to The Vegetarian Resource Group’s Guide to Veggie Restaurants in the USA and Canada

Vegan Restaurants Added to The Vegetarian Resource Group’s Guide to Veggie Restaurants in the USA and Canada

The Vegetarian Resource Group maintains an online Guide to Vegan/Vegetarian Restaurants in the USA and Canada. Here are some recent vegan restaurant additions. The entire guide can be found here:

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Here are some new additions to VRG’s guide:

Delectablez, Hotel Dupont, 111 W. 10th St., Wilmington, DE 19801

Enjoy elderberry pancakes, French toast, grits, Hot Pocketz, burgers, quesadillas, chocolate cake, and more.

Greenbox Kitchen, 400 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE 19801

Try their Vegan Belgian waffles, Buddha Bowl, Chickpea “Tuna” Sandwich, Avocado or P&J Toast, Acai Bowl, and smoothies.

Pureganic Café,  305 Halstead Ave., Harrison, NY 10528

Select from several Starters such as Sweet Potato Nachos graced by melted cheese, beans, Kalamata olives and many traditional Nacho fixings. Up for Pizza? Choose from Pesto, Sausage and Peppers, Margherita, or Truffle Mushroom–an Almond-Ricotta pie drizzled with Truffle Oil. You can opt for Fresh Made Quinoa or Chickpea Pasta dishes such as Penne ala Bolognese with a lentil mushroom sauce and a few others. Big Bowl selections are abundant. To name a couple, the colorful Ramen Salad Bowl features cabbages and watermelon relish. Super Bowl includes your choice of tofu or Portobello and fermented options like kimchi or sauerkraut, as well as crispy sweet potatoes, cabbage and greens. The array of Burgers is equally generous. Portobello Mushroom Cheezesteak crowned with sautéed onions and peppers. There’s also a Falafel Wrap with Almond Hummus, a Tofu or Portobello Focaccia Panini with roasted peppers, eggplant, tomato, balsamic glaze with fresh basil and many more. All buns and patties are listed as “house made.” There’s a bevy of baked goods, from savory breads, bagels, and quiche, to healthier versions of many favorite Desserts like Coconut and Almond Macaroons, Chocolate Chia pudding, muffins, cookies and brownies. There’s even Raspberry or plain Cheezecake, non-dairy cream cheese frosted Carrot Cupcakes, as well as Coconut and Chocolate Truffles. In a hurry. Pureganic is across from the train station and has Free parking in their lot.

The Cakerino, 340 Congress St., Troy, NY 12180

Specializes in baked treats, cakes, and frozen ice cream cakes. Highly-acclaimed items include the oatmeal cream pie, the cannoli, the black and white cookie, and the apple pie bar. Owner and operator Bri has been serving the region for many years via her website, regular menu items at local restaurants, food festivals, and pop-ups. The location is handicap accessible, and there is parking available in the back. Note that for orders they need a two day notice for cupcakes and cookies, four day notice for cakes, and at least a week’s notice for custom decorated cakes. Gluten-free options available.

Vegan District Asian Eatery, 25805 Barton Rd., #105A, Loma Linda, CA 92354

With authentic Chinese flavors and a fully vegan menu with a long list of appetizers, soup, chef’s specials, main dishes, noodles, fried rice, sides, dessert, and drinks, there is certainly something for everyone to enjoy, whether or not you are vegan. Some favorite dishes include the BBQ Pork with imitation pork, sweet Chinese BBQ sauce, and sesame seed garnish, and the Szechuan Wontons with imitation meat, chili oil and savory sauce. Vegan District is just a 3-mile drive away from Fiesta Village Family Fun Park, by the corner of Barton Road and Mountain View Avenue.

Wylde Beet, 1 Carbonate St., Hailey, ID 83333

Enjoy their weekly food menu including homemade meals, baked goods, and hot drinks. Examples of menu items: jackfruit tacos, eggy sandwiches, BBQ mac & cheese, blueberry scones, cookies, and fresh baked sourdough bread. Find their schedule and location at The Wylde Beet @wyldebeet_foodtruck) • Instagram photos and videos.

Yes Please Plant-Based Eatery, 3535 North Vancouver Ave., Portland, OR 97227

Using ingredients from regional farms, Portland’s Yes Please Plant-Based Eatery aims to give vegans a local option for healthy whole food while also showing non-vegans that ethical eating can be delicious. Its menu is chockful of wholesome, fresh foods, such as the Crunchy Quinoa Salad that includes edamame, micro-greens, and a Thai-inspired cashew dressing, and the Sweet Tater Burrito, with its hearty filling of black beans, quinoa, sweet potato, and cashew cheez, as well as a soup special that rotates on a weekly basis. By dining here, you are nourishing your body with fresh food and supporting local farms as well as a woman-owned business—seems like an easy choice for your next lunch out!

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