Atlanta is famous for its fried chicken, barbeque and Mom’s home cooking. However, along with its signature Southern cuisine and international fare, the city also showcases a full array of vegan-friendly restaurants and bakeries that make gourmet dishes using fresh, animal-product-free ingredients. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, this Atlanta food map will lead any followers of veganism in the right direction.
Revolution Doughnuts & Coffee: Starting your day the vegan way doesn’t need to be dull with Revolution Doughnuts. The fresh, made daily doughnuts are crafted with organic flour, fresh fruit and natural flavor extracts to make indulging in these treats even better. With a variety of options like raspberry sprinkle, dark chocolate and orange pistachio, you’ll forget these doughnuts are vegan.
Ria’s Bluebird: Although Ria’s Bluebird doesn’t solely specialize in vegan-fare, this classic diner-style restaurant has many options for a hearty breakfast. The bionic breakfast, made with sautéed mushrooms, peppers, zucchini and a spicy tofu sauce, makes up a delicious combination to start your day. Soysage, spicy tofu cubes and sautéed kale can also be substituted or added to any meal.
Herban Fix: The Asian-inspired menu at Herban Fix features exotic plates like seared pom pom mushroom steak, sweet pea ravioli and crispy purple yam cakes – a colorful, sweet dish that’s fried crisp and perfect for sharing. Stop by on Sunday for the brunch buffet.
Café Sunflower: If you’re looking for a robust menu with plenty of vegan options, head to Café Sunflower in Buckhead. Along with a variety of breakfast and lunch items, Café Sunflower’s dinner entrees like buffalo lollipops, berry BBQ tempeh and fajitas soy steak will leave you satisfied without the meat.
Dulce Vegan Bakery & Café: Dulce Vegan is stepping up the vegan dessert game with its specialty cake flavors like Mexican chocolate, orange cardamom and hummingbird. Cinnamon rolls, brownies, berry pies and more complete the bakery’s unique dessert menu.