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21 Review(s).

507 Columbus, New York City, USA


I love Cafe Blossom; it's conveniently located near the american museum of natural history and the soy milk shakes are great. I highly recommend the cookie dough milk shake and the nachos. I've brought omnivores to the restaurant and they are happy as well! It has a wonderful atmosphere with quick service.

1513 17th St NW, Washington, USA

Best Vegan in DC

The mac n' kale is the most delicious thing in the world. They also have amazing noodle soups that omnivores love, as well as great soy milk shakes. Every time I'm in DC I eat here as much as possible. Conveniently located near Dupont Circle metro.

274 Lark St, Albany, USA

Great light fare, very little seating

I was really excited to find a vegan restaurant in Albany where I was at a conference, and ended up eating at Lil Buddha twice in one day! It was really the only good option for vegans. I had the BLT which was delicious and the nachos. The nachos were a little sparse, not much daiya or beans, but the BLT was incredibly filling. The smoothies are very reasonably priced. The only problem was that there are very few seats inside, and on top of it, the kitchen closed an hour earlier than expected so I couldn't get a waffle for dessert!

5 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, USA

Great for a light meal

Clover was a very cute food truck and one of the only good vegan options near MIT. I had the seitan BBQ sandwich, which you have to request to be vegan, and the rosemary french fries- both great, but nothing gourmet. However, the prices are very reasonable and the service is quick. The offerings are a bit limited. Overall, probably your best bet as a vegan in Cambridge.

415 College Ave, Ithaca, USA

Great vegan options, but SUPER expensive

I'm a vegan Cornell student, so CTB is highly convenient. They have a tofu scramble and an amazing seitan sandwich that are my two mainstays. They also can substitute soy milk for most drinks and often have one or two vegan desserts (like coconut rice pudding, but you'll have to check the ingredients- won't be explicitly written vegan). It's a nice casual atmosphere, but can be swamped depending on the time of night. They have a lot of vegetarian options as well.

248 Broome St, New York City, USA

Amazing cupcakes!

After becoming vegan I could no longer go to Crumbs or Magnolia in the city, but Babycakes totally makes up for that! Their cupcakes are delicious, the only problem is that they don't tend to stay too well and the icing easily melts. I've had platters of 200 Babycakes cupcakes delivered to formal parties in the city, and have been a total hit. Another perk is that it is right down the street from Moo Shoes!

813 W 17th St, Kansas City, USA

Jack fruit is amazing!

I had never eaten jack fruit before and my non-veg boyfriend absolutely loved the "chicken" jack fruit taco. The mac n cheese was also delicious and the side of vegetables was amazing. The portions were perfect sized, especially given the price. I had a vanilla chip shake to go and it was delicious and worth far more than $6! The only issue we had was that there was only one waitress and the service was very slow.

701 W Buffalo St, Ithaca, USA

Super convenient, lots of variety

As a vegan college student I find the Buffalo St location to be really convenient. They have a ton of awesome fresh food, and their pastries are amazing! I highly recommend any vegan pastry made with chocolate. Their "chunks of energy" are a great alternative to granola bars for snacks. They often have vegan chocolate cakes, baklava and pies as well. As a grocery store they have a great variety of different stocks, nondairy ice creams, cruelty free body products and local produce. All ingredients are clearly labeled. Hooray for Greenstar!

68 Mott St, New York City, USA

Highly disappointing

I'm vegan, and I have often eaten noodles and dumpling dishes in Chinatown. I wanted to try this all vegetarian restaurant, but was really disappointed by the lack of originality and flavor of the dishes. In addition, they had shark fin soup listed on the menu!!! Even though I was assured it was not meat, it still really bothered me to see it. The meal was way too expensive for what it was, and the service was lacking. Overall, I would rather go to a non-vegetarian restaurant than go to this one.

Albert R. Mann Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

Amazing, reliable, great variety

I'm vegan and I go to Cornell, and I pretty much live at Manndible. I get the tofu scramble with salsa and avocado instead of cheese. The burritos are also great, with amazing fresh vegetables that change seasonally. The drinks are also all wonderful, especially the specialty espressos, and can be made with soy milk. They often have vegan desserts like vegan pumpkin pie and coffee cake. Pretty much everything a vegan could ever ask for.

215 N Cayuga St, Ithaca, USA

VERY vegetarian (+fish!)

I am vegan, and I find Moosewoods to be one of the most disappointing vegan options within Ithaca. Most of the food could easily be cooked at home and is not very imaginative. The restaurant relies heavily on dairy as a crutch for its dishes, and even has a fish dish! As a vegan the options are as limited as at any other restaurant to be honest. Highly disappointed.

362 Periwinkle Wy, Sanibel, USA

Mediocre Sorbet

I'm vegan, and I found the sorbet to be okay, but nothing special. Obviously I would love if they had some non-dairy ice cream. The staff was very nice and allowed me to read the ingredients on different toppings.

12901 McGregor Blvd Ste 5, Fort Myers, USA

Daiya for all!

I'm vegan, and I was so happy to find out that not only do they have a vegan pizza listed on the menu, but that you can substitute Daiya cheese on any other pizza on the menu! The crust was thin and great, and the atmosphere was nice and very eco-friendly. I'll definitely be going back before the end of my vacation! It's a good compromise for vegans and omnivores.

700 Cascadilla St, Ithaca, USA


You must, absolutely must order a soy "Hurricane" - it is a milkshake made with vegan ice cream (Chicago Soy, I prefer the cookie dough or french vanilla) and candy mixed inside (oreos!!). It is heaven. They also have vegan cupcakes occasionally, AND you can order a vegan/gluten free ICE CREAM CAKE!!!!

3122 N Classen Blvd, Oklahoma City, USA

Cute atmosphere, but very vegetarian

I'm vegan, and although it has a ton of vegetarian options not many of them were easily veganized. I had a hummus sandwich that was delicious though.

128 S Cayuga St, Ithaca, USA


I'm vegan, and I absolutely love their daiya pizza with tomato and basil on top. But the best is the vegan calzone- so delicious!!! Highly highly recommend!! Although the atmosphere is very cramped and lacking, the food is worth it.

2240-B Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, USA

Only Good Veg Option on Sanibel

I'm vegan, and the Sanibel Bean was really the only place on the island I could get something other than salad. The staff was really accommodating and I was able to order the veggie paninis without cheese or pesto and subbed in basil and olive oil instead. They have soy milk for fruit smoothies, and the hummus and tabbouleh platter is also great. Definitely the best option for veg on the island!

209 South Meadow St, Ithaca, USA

I order this weekly.

I'm a vegan college student, and I order Taste of Thai's green curry with tofu and the tofu todd (fried tofu with chili sauce) every friday!! The curries are amazing, and Taste of Thai express no longer uses fish sauce in any of its curries. I always ask about fish sauce at the eat-in restaurant and have never had a problem. This is my favorite food in Ithaca!

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