Restaurant Reviews

It’s sometimes hard to find good vegetarian and vegan meals while on the road. As I travel the globe, I often find interesting vegetarian, vegan and vegetarian-friendly options and provide reviews for my Veggin’ readers.

United States

Arkansas

Little Rock

California

Los Angeles, California

Pacific Grove, California

San Francisco, California

Santa Cruz, California

Florida

Orlando, Florida

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Hawaii

Haleweia, Oahu, Hawaii

Hilo, Hawaii

Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana

Maine

Portland, Maine

North Carolina

Asheville, North Carolina

Cary, North Carolina

Chapel Hill/Pittsboro, North Carolina

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

Utah

Bryce Canyon, Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

Springdale, Utah

Virginia

Arlington, Virginia

Roanoke, Virginia

Washington

Seattle, Washington

Washington, DC

Outside the United States

Canada

Glace Bay, Nova Scotia

Stellarton, New Brunswick

Prague, Czech Republic

Katoomba, Australia

Sydney, Australia

3 Comments to “Restaurant Reviews”


  1. I just came across your website based on the yahoo posting of the chickpea spinach stew today.

    Great stuff!

    Do you have any restuarant suggestions for NYC?

    Thanks in advance and keep up the fine work!

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  2. Megabeth says:

    Hey, thanks for finding me. Since starting this site, I have yet to have a chance to review a vegetarian restaurant in NYC. However, a few years ago I went to Red Bamboo and really liked it. Unfortunately, it looks like their site is undergoing a redesign: http://www.redbamboo-nyc.com/

    In the meantime, perhaps this review will help: http://newyork.decider.com/restaurants/red-bamboo,44673/

    If you come across any restaurants that look good, let me know!

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  3. I think I should also say that many of the resoans that I originally went vegetarian the idealistic resoans, understanding the links between oppression of animals and women and people of color, for example helped make the step towards being vegan easier. I already had a lot of the intellectual information, but somewhere I read that until we stop oppressing *everyone,* no one is free. It finally hit me more emotionally, though I don’t know why it hadn’t before. Whoever was writing thankfully meant non-human animals in their definition of everyone, and I realized that while I’d been doing activism on behalf of humans for years, it made the most sense to rethink who needed me the most. As I resonate deeply with non-human animals and have always had profound relationships with them, it was shameful when I realized my choices were continuing to hurt many of them despite my claim to love and respect them. Part of my resistance to going vegan no doubt came from living in a culture that shuns and shames veg*nism, and I’m still struggling against other people’s disrespect for my decision, but owning my choice now more than ever feels authentic in a way I never felt before. It also makes me have much more fulfilling relationships with all beings as I’ve come to respect us all more, human and non-human alike.

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