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Essential South Florida Vegetarian Restaurants

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After having a bad rap for years, vegetables are making comeback. Eating vegetarian no longer means boring salad after salad. Today, chefs all over South Florida are creating new vegetable combinations that satisfy any craving — none of which feature any meat on the menu. Here are 10 spots to get a proper meal, sans meat.

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1. Vegetarian Restaurant by Hakin

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73 NE 167th St
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
(305) 405-6346
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Chef Hakin spices up vegetarian cuisine by adding a personal, Caribbean flare to it. Focused on good-for-you foods, juices, and desserts he offers an endless variety of vegetarian options from fish patties to a “Philly cheese steak” that even meat eaters will love.

2. Chef Chloe and the Vegan Cafe

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140 NE 39th St
Miami, FL 33137

Got a craving for something sweet? Then head to St. Roch Market to dine on vegan sweets by chef Chloe Coscarelli (most notably of byChloe. fame). All the cravable desserts are made without any animal products — including the much Instagrammed sprinkle cade — but even the most discerning palate can’t tell.

3. Mora Pizza

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3201 NW 7th Ave Cir
Miami, FL 33127
(239) 791-6751

Gainesville import Mora Pizza proudly boasts a 100 percent vegan menu, serving NY-style pizza by the slice. The surprisingly creative and diverse menu offers more options that most pizza parlors in the South Florida area like a chicken and waffles pizza made with vegan waffles, fried vegan chicken, jelly, and a maple syrup drizzle, or the GuapaMole made with a guacamole base and topped with pico de gallo and mini vegan quesadilla bites.

4. Love Life Cafe - Multiple Locations

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2616 NW 5 Ave
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 456-4148
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Love Life Cafe has something for everyone — even meat eaters. From veggie burgers, to arepas, to pizza and even burritos, all dishes are made without the meat but still featuring plenty of flavor.

5. Plant Miami

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105 NE 24th Street
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 814-5365

Plant Miami is an upscale, vegan restaurant that completely transforms vegetables into intricate dishes. Highlights include the harvest dumplings and the cannelloni filled with butternut squash and kale pesto, while guests will never miss cheese with its nut-based board.

6. Full Bloom

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11 Island Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 397-8018

Enjoy a vegan and vegetarian cuisine plus epic water views at longtime favorite Full Bloom. Creativity in the menu should not go unnoticed as cauliflower is transformed into rice and mushrooms become ‘escargot.’

7. Under the Mango Tree

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714 6th St
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Specializing in smoothie bowls, the Mango Tree offers everything from its self-titled Mango Tree Smoothie to the BPT bowl, and if feeling brave, throw back a shot of ginger and get a picture up on the wall.

8. Manna Life Food

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80 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33131
(786) 717-5060

Manna Life provides nutritious yet satisfying food. Opt for an avocado arepa that secretly includes chia and golden flax seeds or the Eat the Rainbow bowl, which offers everything from veggies to nuts.

9. Planta South Beach

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850 Commerce St
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 397-8513
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This buzzy Toronto-import — brought to Miami by none other than mega-club mogul, David Grutman — serves up dishes like coconut ceviche, Korean fried lettuce wraps, and truffle and cashew mozzarella pizza, while the sushi bar is serving up a variety of hand rolls, wraps, sushi and nigiri — all sans meat or fish. In addition, cold-press cocktails, juices and shots are also on hand to wash back the cuisine.

1. Vegetarian Restaurant by Hakin

73 NE 167th St, North Miami Beach, FL 33162

Chef Hakin spices up vegetarian cuisine by adding a personal, Caribbean flare to it. Focused on good-for-you foods, juices, and desserts he offers an endless variety of vegetarian options from fish patties to a “Philly cheese steak” that even meat eaters will love.

73 NE 167th St
North Miami Beach, FL 33162

2. Chef Chloe and the Vegan Cafe

140 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137

Got a craving for something sweet? Then head to St. Roch Market to dine on vegan sweets by chef Chloe Coscarelli (most notably of byChloe. fame). All the cravable desserts are made without any animal products — including the much Instagrammed sprinkle cade — but even the most discerning palate can’t tell.

140 NE 39th St
Miami, FL 33137

3. Mora Pizza

3201 NW 7th Ave Cir, Miami, FL 33127

Gainesville import Mora Pizza proudly boasts a 100 percent vegan menu, serving NY-style pizza by the slice. The surprisingly creative and diverse menu offers more options that most pizza parlors in the South Florida area like a chicken and waffles pizza made with vegan waffles, fried vegan chicken, jelly, and a maple syrup drizzle, or the GuapaMole made with a guacamole base and topped with pico de gallo and mini vegan quesadilla bites.

3201 NW 7th Ave Cir
Miami, FL 33127

4. Love Life Cafe - Multiple Locations

2616 NW 5 Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Love Life Cafe has something for everyone — even meat eaters. From veggie burgers, to arepas, to pizza and even burritos, all dishes are made without the meat but still featuring plenty of flavor.

2616 NW 5 Ave
Miami, FL 33127

5. Plant Miami

105 NE 24th Street, Miami, FL 33137

Plant Miami is an upscale, vegan restaurant that completely transforms vegetables into intricate dishes. Highlights include the harvest dumplings and the cannelloni filled with butternut squash and kale pesto, while guests will never miss cheese with its nut-based board.

105 NE 24th Street
Miami, FL 33137

6. Full Bloom

11 Island Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Enjoy a vegan and vegetarian cuisine plus epic water views at longtime favorite Full Bloom. Creativity in the menu should not go unnoticed as cauliflower is transformed into rice and mushrooms become ‘escargot.’

11 Island Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

7. Under the Mango Tree

714 6th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Specializing in smoothie bowls, the Mango Tree offers everything from its self-titled Mango Tree Smoothie to the BPT bowl, and if feeling brave, throw back a shot of ginger and get a picture up on the wall.

714 6th St
Miami Beach, FL 33139

8. Manna Life Food

80 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Manna Life provides nutritious yet satisfying food. Opt for an avocado arepa that secretly includes chia and golden flax seeds or the Eat the Rainbow bowl, which offers everything from veggies to nuts.

80 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33131

9. Planta South Beach

850 Commerce St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

This buzzy Toronto-import — brought to Miami by none other than mega-club mogul, David Grutman — serves up dishes like coconut ceviche, Korean fried lettuce wraps, and truffle and cashew mozzarella pizza, while the sushi bar is serving up a variety of hand rolls, wraps, sushi and nigiri — all sans meat or fish. In addition, cold-press cocktails, juices and shots are also on hand to wash back the cuisine.

850 Commerce St
Miami Beach, FL 33139

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