Below is a list of the top and leading Vegan Restaurants in Charlotte. To help you find the best Vegan Restaurants located near you in Charlotte, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Charlotte’s Best Vegan Restaurants:
The top rated Vegan Restaurants in Charlotte are:
- EastSide Local Eatery – is providing vegan, vegetarian, and fresh cuisine
- Vegan To-Go – started its business at the Charlotte Regional Farmer’s Market in 2016
- Oh My Soul – serves everyone who is vegan or trying to become more vegetable-based
- Living Kitchen – is your domestic hot spot for organic plant-based cuisine
- Fern, Flavors From The Garden – was established by The Mother Earth Group in October of 2011
EastSide Local Eatery
EastSide Local Eatery is providing vegan, vegetarian, and fresh cuisine and an array of locally roasted coffee, teas, and smoothies in a unique setting. Come in and enjoy a healthy meal with them al fresco on their lush, covered garden patio. Call ahead for curbside delivery or takeout. They offer a wide variety of hot and iced drinks plus vegetarian and vegan eats. So, whether you’re stopping for your morning coffee, lunch, or an afternoon snack, they invite you to relax on their garden patio.
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“This is a great little place if you or someone you are eating with is vegan or gluten-free or just making healthier choices! The southwest impossible burger was special and so delicious. I also recommend the customizable avocado toast as it’s the perfect light lunch with a smoothie or delicious coffee! Don’t forget to try the fried green tomatoes! Yum! There’s a pretty little patio area and friendly, courteous service! Only open until 4, so go early enough to enjoy it!” – Susan S.
Vegan To-Go started its business at the Charlotte Regional Farmer’s Market in 2016. They are still providing customers with freshly prepared meals and desserts to take home from the market. They are a family-managed and operated business with a focus on locally sourced fresh ingredients.
Their commitment is to homemade, carefully prepared vegan comfort foods. For sustainability, they work with local farmers and artisans on everything from the aesthetics of their café to the one-of-a-kind fresh bread from their local bakery.
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“As a lifelong vegetarian who’s tried many versions of fake meat, I can say the chicken is one of the best I have ever had and came with a delicious dipping sauce. The waffle was incredible, too, as well as the maple syrup provided. Loved every bite.” – Jenna
Oh My Soul
Oh My Soul serves everyone who is vegan or trying to become more vegetable-based, health-conscious, or if you are just bizarre to try a delicious more humane choice where no beings are harmed. NoDa’s first 100% Vegan Restaurant. All the way from South Africa, today in the USA. Yummy cruelty-free vegan food, local beer, craft cocktails, South African wine, and an amazing outdoor patio with a 100-year-old oak tree.
The owners of Oh My Soul are gloriously South African and hail from the Motherland. At Oh My Soul, their daily choices are a reflection of their deepest values, their compassion is reflected in their cruelty-free food, culture, fun staff, positive energy, and their voices to speak for those suffering souls who need them the most, those who have no voices, those who have no choice.
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“Went here with some friends to try something new. The menu is large so it’s easy to find something to please everyone. The food was great, the staff was friendly and helpful, and the back patio is to die for. The more traditional food was amazing. Would suggest to friends and come back when I’m in town again.” – Michael F.
Living Kitchen is your domestic hot spot for organic plant-based cuisine. Their living food productions are enjoyed by vegans and meat-eaters alike, there is something for everyone. Order online for quick in-store pick-up or delivery. At Living Kitchen, the food they prepare is a labor of love. Everything they produce is 100% made from scratch using all organic ingredients.
They serve a diversity of dishes, traditional and unique, including plant-based creations of many classic dishes, from pizza and burgers to pad Thai and sushi. You can find something to fulfill and nourish for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. They even have some grab-and-go options to take with you to appreciate later.
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“Food is just awesome. Great service. Been there twice in the last week. Once for dine-in then for pick up. Both times my experience was great. Nacho burger is my favorite but the guacamole is better than anywhere else. The cheese board was worth getting. So was the cheddar and broccoli soup.” – Mike S.
Fern, Flavors From The Garden
Fern, Flavors From The Garden was established by The Mother Earth Group in October of 2011, in the space formerly inhabited by Something Classic Café. Fern was designed to build a comfortable and earthy atmosphere, using reclaimed barn wood for tables and baseboards, and sourcing their ingredients from the best farms in the area. Fern concentrates on plant-based and southern kitchens to create seasonal menus.
With an emphasis on superiority, Fern is lifting the dining standard for Charlotte. Throughout the year’s Fern has obtained both local and national attention, being highlighted in The Charlotte Observer, Creative Loafing, Food & Wine, and Taste of the South, as well as being called one of Charlotte’s top 25 restaurants in 2013. Fern is also titled Charlotte’s Best Vegetarian Restaurant by Charlotte Magazine.
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“Great-tasting food, large portions, always fresh. I recommend the sautéed veggies, herbed potatoes, Buddha bowl, breakfast burrito, om burger, chef scramble. All delicious.” – Letzen M.
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