Veganism and plant-based eating has long surpassed the trend phase, becoming increasingly more prevalent all over the world. Whether you’re eating vegan for the planet, the animals, your body, or just to try something new, Philly has got you covered. With over 200 fully vegan or vegan-friendly restaurants in the city, you will be sure to find exactly what you’re looking for. Check out some of these 100% vegan restaurants that will have you coming back for more!

Bar Bambon

Puerto-Rican food served tapas style. Fun drinks, mouthwatering tacos, and a heavenly queso dip that you would never know was completely plant-based.


Upscale vegan in the Gayborhood. Vedge serves small plates and their staff runs you through the ingredients of each dish, the local farms they work with, and what wine they recommend pairing your food with. They also have their own cookbook featuring some of their most popular dishes. 


This fast food joint has multiple locations in the city, perfect for lunch, dinner, or a snack on the go. Grab a burger, wrap, salad, green juice, or brownie to satisfy any and all cravings.

Blackbird Pizza

You had me at vegan pizza! Pre-covid, Blackbird always had a line out the door. They’re located in Northern Liberties for takeout or delivery, or you can find their sister restaurant, 20th Street Pizza, in the heart of center city for that late night pizza fix.

V Marks the Shop

An utter gem in the heart of Point Breeze, this vegan cheese shop sells anything and everything vegan. From cheeses that taste like the real deal, organic jams, or local pickles, you name it, they have it!

Charlie was a Sinner

An intimate vegan restaurant in the Gayborhood, Charlie Was A Sinner is doing it right. Creative cocktails, enticing entrees, and delectable desserts will have you coming back for more.

Queen and Rook Cafe

This cafe in Queen Village is fun, funky, and always a good time! Order seitan wings as your appetizer and mac and cheese for your main course for the ultimate comfort food combo. Queen and Rook has seemingly every single board game ever made, and you can rent and play while you eat! 

Greens & Grains

G&G has multiple locations in the city. It’s health-conscious food you can grab on the go, and it never disappoints. They also offer catering!

Grindcore House

The breakfast sandwiches from Grindcore are simply out of this world and their desserts hold their own! Grab an iced coffee with your sandwich and you’ll never visit another coffee shop again.

Miss Rachael’s Pantry

Pre-covid, Miss Rachel’s Pantry offered cooking classes, catering, and group-style dinners served at 7pm. Now, they provide multi-course meal takeout and delivery for when you just don’t feel like cooking! 

P.S. & Co.

P.S. & Co. is vegan, organic, and gluten free. Dine in their cozy restaurant or take out. They serve entrees, quick bites, smoothies, milkshakes, juices, and desserts!

Unsoul Food

The mission of UnSoul Food is to prove that “compassion doesn’t require a compromise of flavor.” Try their chicken and waffles, mac and cheese, or cornbread, all cooked with love.

LUHV Vegan Deli

Located inside Reading Terminal Market, LUHV vegan deli is open for takeout or delivery. Grab a hoagie or bowl of soup on your lunch break!

Nile Vegan Cafe

Soul food located in Germantown, The Nile Cafe has been in business for years. You can find platters loaded with vegan goodness along with sandwiches, soups, wraps, and sides bursting with flavor. Add an iced tea or pomegranate pear juice to go! 

The Tasty

If you eat vegan regularly, the days of giving up classic diner food are over! The Tasty has everything you’ve been craving, like biscuits and gravy, breakfast burritos, french toast, waffles, and omelts.


Goldie is a mediterranean restaurant that’s well-known for its falafel. There are multiple locations in the city that offer catering along with takeout and delivery. Pick up their cookbook while you’re at it and try your hand at a falafel sandwich!

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Maggie Blehar is a Philadelphia-based writer and editor. Her passion for writing started as soon as she could hold a pencil, filling up journal after journal. When she isn’t writing, you can find her showcasing her amateur cooking skills, digging deeper into her zodiac sign, exploring Philly neighborhoods with her dog, or refurbishing wooden chairs to resemble cherished book covers, a hobby she calls Literachair.Learn more or connect with her on her website.

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