• Home Grown GA

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Laid-back eatery offering breakfast & Southern fare in a retro country-diner setting. Has a labeled vegan sloppy joe. Sources local ingredients. NOTE: decor includes paintings depicting animal cruelty. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-3:00pm, Sat-Sun 7:00am-2:00pm.

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7 Reviews

First Review by calamaestra


Points +194

09 Sep 2021

One option

They had one vegan option the last time I went and it was the sloppy Joe. It was tasty. I only went because of one of my friends but I wouldn’t go out of my way to go again.



Points +22

05 Aug 2019

they now have vegan egg! the omelette is absurdly good!

great spot if you’re eating with people who want non veg options

Pros: vegan egg can be subbed into almost everything

Cons: no meat alternatives, the egg does make up for it


Points +362

11 May 2019

Unfortunate Paintings on Wall

I ordered a veggie bagel w/ home fries that was delicious. However, it really saddened me to see pictures of animals cutting themselves and holding pictures of meat on the walls. Unless the decor was removed and the restaurant made a statement improving its animal conscious values, I would not return and would suggest to other vegan/vegetarians to not as well ):

Pros: Tasty vegan bagel for bkfast

Cons: Animal cruelty paintings on wall, Very busy on weekends


09 Jul 2020

Damn i have never noticed the paintings. Have been there several times. I have always sat at the bar, or at the front of the restaurant. Thanks for sharing.


Points +119

04 Mar 2018


There’s maybe one or two things on the menu for vegans. Go somewhere else to eat.


Points +97

03 Jan 2018

only 1 vegan option

Ended up not eating here as there was only one vegan option on the menu


Points +49

31 Jul 2017

Not worth going out your way for.

Homegrown was kind enough to put at least one option on the menu for vegans, although all it is is an overhyped and over salted sloppy Joe. The waitress offered to cook any sides of veggies we wanted in water instead of butter but I couldn't see the point of spending money on that. If you're out with meat eaters there are worse places to wind up but again, try somewhere else if you're out with a group of vegans. I guess I should note they did have veggie meat on the menu but I assume it was just Morningstar products since they weren't vegan either.

Pros: Local atmosphere

Cons: Line out the door, no real vegan offerings besides


Points +3290

30 Apr 2017

That Sloppy Joe!

They only have one vegan item marked on the menu - the sloppy joe. It's worth the travel though! So good!

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