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1. Vita Cafe3023 NE Alberta St, Portland
2. The Bye and Bye1011 NE Alberta St, Portland
3. D.C. Vegetarian430 SW 3rd Ave, Portland
4. Blossoming Lotus1713 NE 15th Ave, Portland
5. Petunia's Pies & Pastries610 SW 12th Ave, Portland
6. Homegrown Smoker Vegan BBQ4233 N Mississippi Ave, Portland
7. Vạn Hạnh Vegetarian Restaurant8446 SE Division St, Portland
8. Sonny BowlSW 3rd and Washington, Portland
9. Bombay Chaat House804 SW 12th Ave, Portland
10. Prasad Cuisine925 NW Davis St, Portland
11. Natural Selection3033 NE Alberta St, Portland
This quaint cafe serves up various vegetarian comfort foods. Think biscuits n' gravy but made completely vegan. These types of dishes keep locals coming back for more wholesome goodness each visit.
Described as a hipster bar this restaurant serves up Southern style vegetarian dishes. It's open late so it's great for stopping by for a late "healthy" meal. Try out the brussel sprout bowl or the meatball sub—all vegetarian of course.
This street cart serves up vegetarian and vegan cuisine masquerading as typically meat-heavy American favorites. They've got everything from Philly cheesesteaks to cheeseburgers and chicken salad sandwiches to Italian subs. Seitan, soy curls, and cart-made vegan burger patties put a tasty twist on these classic dishes. Even the traditional breakfast sandwich gets reinvented as the (not)egg & cheese: a tofu patty with avocado and tomato on ciabatta, a guilt-free dream.
A Hawaiian import, Blossoming Lotus has blazed a trail for vegan fare in Portland over the past decade, serving up local, organic cuisine from salads and mac n cheese to coconut curry and the fan-favorite Live Nachos, which use mostly raw ingredients. The weekend brunch is where it's at: we're talking a giant cinnamon roll, biscuits and gravy, a spinach and mushroom scramble, and a Beet Bloody Maria with beet-infused tequila. Even non-vegans will find themselves coming back for more.
This vegan and gluten-free baking company bakes sweet treats like pies, cakes, and cookies in store for their customers. All of their baked goods are seasonal. Be sure to try one of their signature cocktails like the Hornet's Ankle to accompany your dessert.
This food stand creates no-frill vegan BBQ fare like ribs,burgers, and chili dogs. They even have side dishes like mac & no-cheese and chipotle slaw to go along with your slab of "ribs."
Prepare to have your heart warmed and your appetite sated with Van Hanh: this cozy spot is run by a Buddhist nun, who serves up flavorful Vietnamese and Chinese vegetarian dishes out of a peach-colored home on Division. You'll find well-seasoned tofu as a tasty meat substitute in most of the dishes here, such as the fan-favorite Kung Pao and roasted pork belly. What did we tell you?
This food stand serves up vegetarian bowls and smoothies. The black bean bowl is raved about by people who frequent this little spot.
This food truck has been serving delicious Indian fare to Portland and has become a staple. They even give you complimentary chai tea upon your order. We suggest trying out the six-course meal. It's the most popular amongst frequent diners here.
This cafe inside of Yoga Pearl studio offers up veggie and gluten friendly rice bowls, smoothies, and raw food. The most popular dishes here are the dragon bowl and their chili bowl. To drink try out their matcha latte.
Built upon the strength of vegetables, fruits, and grains, Natural Selection is a European-style resto that draws heavily on French, Spanish, and Italian cuisine in both their rustic and contemporary cuisine.