Eating Vegan in Seattle (part 2)

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As promised, here are some more delicious vegan Seattle secrets! Whether you are taking a leisurely city sightseeing tour or just passin’ through on a west coast tour, these tasty hot spots are a must visit, regardless of your time in town. Ok, at least make time for a few of these because you’ll be glad you did!

Mighty O Donuts

For breakfast, or any time of the day, pop on over to Tangletown and go nuts at Mighty O Donuts. An organic, vegan donut shop, no matter what your diet of choice, these sweet treats will knock your socks off and more!

With freshly made deliciousness like french toast donuts, real raspberry chocolate raspberry donuts and real apple filled apple fritters, you can’t choose just one. Order a bunch and enjoy them throughout your stay in Seattle. Then ship a bunch home so you have plenty to enjoy later!

Plum Vegan Bistro

If the Capitol Hill district isn’t on your list of places to check out, make it one because even if it’s just to dine at Plum Vegan Bistro, it’s worth the visit. It’s gourmet, it’s unique, it’s incredible vegan fare with tons of flavor, textures and tastiness!

The Mac n’ Yeas is not to be missed and neither are their hand muddled specialty organic cocktails. Chef and owner Makini Howell comes from a long line of vegan restauranteurs and she has proven that she is a powerhouse all her own. Chic yet warm decor and a fantastic menu that puts a smile on both herbivores and carnivores faces, Plum Bistro is a gastronomical hit!

Highline Bar

Stick around Capitol Hill for some late night drinks, tunes and vegan eats because Highline Bar has all 3. With drinks named after 80s and 90s hair bands, a photo booth a a kickin’ vegan bar menu, it’s a great place to meet friends for a fun night out. Come in for shuffleboard , cake-aroke and a “winger,” then stay for the sweet potato tater tots and the Philly Dip!

Wayward Vegan Cafe and Pizza Pi

The U district (university district for us tourists) is home to lots of health-conscious and vegan eats. One such place is the Wayward Vegan Cafe. Young, hip and a ginormo menu of vegan-liciousness, be sure to show up on an empty stomach as apparently size matters here ; )

I would say come in for brunch so that way you have an excuse to eat breakfast and lunch. Perhaps an omelet along with their signature Warlock sandwich! Additionally, if you’re lucky, the folks who own Wayward also own Pizza Pi, a vegan pizza joint right across the street, so make room for some of that too!

The fun isn’t over yet! Stay tuned for one more Seattle update, because there are still some fabulous places for you to add to your Pacific Northwest to-do list!

1 thought on “Eating Vegan in Seattle (part 2)”

  1. You know, I’m a little disappointed in your culinary choices for Seattle. I wish you had a Seattlite choose the places for you, or at least give you some headway on where to venture to.
    If you used Yelp or anything, I’m not surprised. There’s quite a few stops in Seattle that are AMAZING for vegans and gluten free-ers. For starters, Chaco Canyon is the world’s first certified organic cafe. I love this place. There are two locations; one in U District and one in West Seattle. Please make it out there next time. That is real. Good. Food.
    It’s also worth mentioning that In The Bowl is hands down the best vegan thai food joint. Ever. You can’t not go there and eat.
    And yes, everyone fights it, but you gotta visit any of the Chocolati cafes. They are a Seattle secret staple. Once you go there, you’ll fall in love with the truffles (vegan and non) and Fremont’s Lighthouse Roasters coffee, which they serve at the cafe.
    I hope you make it out to Seattle again, and see those places.

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