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No matter where you live -- or visit, we’ll help you find the perfect place to satiate your cravings and keep your diet plant-based. Use this guide to find the vegan restaurants, bars, and more closest to you.

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For A Vegan Treat, Head to Innocent Yesterday Bakery & Cafe in NYC
For A Vegan Treat, Head to Innocent Yesterday Bakery & Cafe in NYC
When you get close to the door of the plant-based bakery and café Innocent Yesterday on East 77th Street in New York City, you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in Paris at a local French patisserie. This vegan restaurant is a world apart, both in experience and in the delicious baked goods and savory dishes it serves, and whether you eat vegan or plant-based or just love a sweet or savory snack
The 11 Best Places to Eat Vegan in Houston, Texas
The 11 Best Places to Eat Vegan in Houston, Texas
It’s not all steak and barbecue in Texas: As the most diverse city in the U.S. as ranked in a WalletHub study, Houston has a rich food scene that reflects its multicultural residents. With something delicious to delight everyone’s palate, vegans and vegetarians won’t have any trouble finding places to go to satiate their plant-based cravings. Houston houses many d...
The 10 Best Places to Eat Vegan in Indianapolis, Indiana
The 10 Best Places to Eat Vegan in Indianapolis, Indiana
If the Indianapolis 500 is the only thing you associate with Indiana’s capital, you’re in for a treat. Indy has been a city on the move ever since it hosted the Super Bowl in 2012 with a recently developed bike path providing recreation through the city’s center and designated cultural districts where cafes, breweries, and other attractions have been springing up. And while you mi...
Honor Juneteenth By Eating at These Black-Owned Vegan Restaurants
Honor Juneteenth By Eating at These Black-Owned Vegan Restaurants
Finally recognized as a national holiday, Juneteenth is a celebration that commemorates the emancipation date of the last enslaved African American people in the U.S., which took place in Texas, then the farthest Confederate outpost, a full two years after slavery had been abolished by the Emancipation Proclamation that Lincoln signed in 1862. The holiday marks ...

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