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Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Atlanta to Try This Fall 2020

 Its time to try out some heart-warming vegetarian restaurants in Atlanta city! Despite Atlanta’s Southern roots, the city has tons of options for vegetarians. We have complied a list of some amazing restaurants that everyone in the city must try! 

Updated: 07 October 2019

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The US city of Atlanta is situated in the Southeastern State of Georgia, near the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains. Atlanta is the center of a sprawling metropolitan area of 5.5 million people and growing. The city is hidden under greenery and the downtown of Atlanta is one of the most popular attractions for both tourists and locals. Southern food is known for being fried and slathered in butter, however, Atlanta has a huge selection of delicious healthy offerings. The list below includes some mouth-watering restaurants in Atlanta that would please even crazy meat-lovers.

1. Madras Mantra

Established in 2015, the Madras Mantra has turned out to become the favorite food spot for every vegan lover within no time.  They serve amazingly fresh cooked food and have over thirty plus dishes on their buffet lunch menu. There are several vegan options such as salad, lentil soup, vegetable curries, rice and many more. This place is an absolute paradise for vegetarians.

2. Soul Vegetarian Restaurant

Listed among the largest chains of vegan restaurants, Soul Vegetarian works under the auspices of the Hebrew Israelite Community of Jerusalem. They are located on North Highland Avenue. The place serves vegan friendly southern cuisine that is finger-licking good. They offer scrumptious fresh and vibrant varieties of reasonably priced vegan meals. The Super Kalebone Roast is a must try for every foodie! It is a nutritious protein packed sandwich made with homemade wheat-gluten recipe.

3. Viva La Vegan

This casual vegan restaurant opened in the summer of 2015 near the MARTA station. Viva la Vegan offers a diverse menu of plant-based comfort food such as the Big Kale Wrap, Falafel, Buffalo Cauliflower Sub and BBQ jack. The Buffalo Cauliflower Sub which is a fried cauliflower drenched in hot sauce, kale and tomatoes is absolutely delicious. They also have a soy-free option menu to make the experience even better!

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4. Café Sunflower Buckhead

 Cafe Sunflower Buckhead is centrally located on Peachtree Road that has been serving the people of Atlanta for over two decades. This location offers full lunch and dinner service, as well as lively Sunday brunch that’s worth getting out of bed for! The selection of food is heaven – they have plenty of vegetarian options but Orzo Eggplant Lasagna is their specialty. It is a baked eggplant and zucchini mixed with portabella mushroom, roasted red pepper, spinach, ricotta orzo pasta, and slow-roasted shallot marinara paired with organic mixed greens.

5. Herban Fix

Situated in the Midtown of Atlanta, Herban Fix promises to serve you strictly vegan food made from the best plant-based ingredients. This place attracts a wide number of tourists as it is present near the public Aquarium, which is one of the busiest places during daytime. This vegan restaurant has a very creative menu such as Aburaage stuffed with radish, cucumber, tomato & seaweed noodles and Truffle wild rice topped with sautéed assorted mushrooms.

With the restaurant business booming in Atlanta, it is of no surprise that this city is progressively attracting a wide number of tourists. Vegan restaurants are growing as fast as the city itself. The tasty vegetarian options in this city are sure to please every food lover!

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