Seattle Vegan Dining
A Quick List of a Few of Our Favorite Vegan Restaurants in Seattle
If you think a vegan diet is one-dimensional or lacking flavor, think again. Seattle is well-known for its plethora of delicious plant-based dining options, and with lockdown restrictions lightening up, restaurants are opening up for indoor and outdoor dining again! Not only is it important to support local Seattle businesses, enjoying more plant-based meals can drastically reduce one’s personal carbon footprint. Read on for a guide to dining in Seattle, vegan edition. One taste of these menus and you’ll forget you ever craved meat or dairy. Bon appétit!
This beloved spot in Madison Valley has been serving up delicious plant-based fare for almost 30 years and is continuing to serve diners during the pandemic. Cafe Flora’s heated tent is a great place to try lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch!
Kati Vegan Thai
If you love Thai cuisine, Kati is for you! Visit the hip spot in South Lake Union to experience vegan takes on both classic and unique Thai dishes. They also have a plethora of delicious cocktails. We'd recommend the Flower Power, a hibiscus-infused spin on a classic gin & tonic.
Another Capitol Hill go-to, Plum Bistro is upscale and exceptional. Chef Makini Howell has crafted vibrant vegan fare with a focus on organic, non-GMO and local sources. She was most recently named as one of the sixteen Black chefs changing food in America by the New York Times. Say less!
Broadfork Cafe in University District is offering limited outdoor dining with amazing vegan options sourced with sustainability in mind. We love their energizing smoothies and bowls! Note that the Uptown location is temporarily closed.
Another delicious Thai option to satisfy your cravings is Araya’s Place. As the first vegan Thai restaurant in the PNW, this family-owned and operated favorite has been serving fresh, flavorful cuisine since 1987. They are now open for dine-in at all three locations.
Visit vegan hot dog and burger heaven at the Cycle Dogs food truck. Currently located at The Dane Seattle, you can expect your most classic greasy American fast-food, but completely made out of plants! The truck is currently running a kick-starter to transform their truck into a restaurant, so get out and support the local businesses if you can.