Vegan restaurants atlanta

Vegan restaurants atlanta

Vegan restaurants atlanta

Egan's restaurants can be found in Georgia and Florida and host a variety of top-quality dishes and drinks at the restaurants and bars across the states. The venues offer complimentary happy hour and appetizers, and their happy hour offerings include $3 margaritas and $5 sushi, along with $4 sushi and $4 martinis.


Local Green opened on the edge of Vine City and is owned by Atlanta hip hop industry veteran Zachary “Big Zak” Wallace. The food truck-turned-restaurant offers vegan, vegetarian, and pescatarian dishes. A quinoa and mixed greens salad named for Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, a vegan alternative to a pulled pork sandwich in its barbecue jackfruit slider, cauliflower and fish tacos, vegan pizza, and a shrimp burger topped with coleslaw, Sriracha mayo, and cilantro lime sauce are among the options on the menu here. A ghost kitchen location is now open at 800 Forrest Street in Berkeley Park. Order online for takeout or delivery. Masks required.

Located one block from the East Point MARTA station in downtown East Point, Lov’n It Live is devoted to serving raw foods and dishes made with ingredients from local farms. Start off with a collard roll containing nutmeat, onions, tomatoes, avocado, and field greens or a stuffed avocado filled with nutmeat, peppers, and pico de gallo. Next, order a lentil burger, a slice of lasagne made with zucchini noodles, or a marinated portobello mushroom steak. Lov’n It Live is a relaxing place to eat clean while listening to jazz over the sound system. Order online for takeout. (Source: atlanta.eater.com)


The huge success of Slutty Vegan in Atlanta cannot be overstated. Owner Pinky Cole founded the vegan burger business in 2018 as a delivery service, with people contacting her via Instagram to place orders for provocatively named meatless burgers like the One Night Stand and Ménage à Trois. She quickly amassed a large following, eventually leading to a food truck and late night pop-ups around Atlanta University Center. Nearly three years later, Cole has three restaurants in Westview, on Edgewood Avenue, and in Jonesboro, with a fourth in the works for Birmingham. She’s also opening a bar in 2021 at Ponce City Market. Order online for takeout. Masks required. Check Instagram for daily updates.

This vegan restaurant on the outskirts of Adair Park serves quick and delicious bites in a no fuss, no muss atmosphere. The star of the show here isn’t the decor, but the food, like the rather large fried green tomato sandwich. The menu is categorized by soy, non-soy, and raw items. Call for takeout. (Source: atlanta.eater.com)




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