We’ve always kind of given Seattle a hard time when it comes to vegan food. But during the pandemic this year, the city has started to prove itself. So whether you’re vegan or simply curious, there’s a whole host of spots you’ll want to try. Here are 10 Seattle vegan spots that everyone should try.

Finch & Pine


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Finch & Pine is actually a brand new spot that has popped up in the previous home of Cafe Barjot on Capito Hill. Their plant-based menu uses natural and locally sourced ingredients from the PNW. So you can feel good knowing that you’re supporting local farmers, a small business, and cutting your animal product consumption.

Where: 711 Bellevue Ave E. Ste #100
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 8:30 am-3 pm, Saturday 9 am-3 pm, Sunday Brunch 10 am-3 pm



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When it comes to vegan food, this West Seattle spot is pretty dang exciting. They have a rotating menu so chances are if you become a regular, you’ll get to try tons of amazing and different dishes. You can enjoy both brunch and dinner so be sure to give them a try next time you’re heading over to the west.

Where: 2940 SW Avalon Way
Hours: Thursday & Friday 4 pm-8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-3 pm

Cafe Flora


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It’s truly an oldie but goodie, this Madison Park spot is one of the cities premier plant-based dining destinations. You can never go wrong with one of their classic menu items or one of their rotating seasonal offerings. Plus we love the plant-filled interior, it really adds to the vibe.

Where: 2901 E Madison St
Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 am–8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 8 am–2:30 pm & 5 pm–8 pm

Frankie & Jo’s


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We can never say no to a scoop of ice cream, especially now that summer is basically here. We’re huge fans of Frankie & Jo’s delicious vegan ice cream flavors. Seriously, it’s so good, you probably won’t believe it’s plant-based. While you’re there you might as well grab a pint to take home.

Where: 1010 E Union St
Hours: Daily 12 pm-10 pm

Harvest Beat

This higher-end vegan spot is the place to head if you’re looking for more of a tasting menu style dining experience. Right now they are offering a to-go market as well as limited indoor dining. So treat yourself and someone special to an unforgettable vegan tasting menu.

Where: 1711 N 45th
Hours: ​Lunch seating: Friday-Saturday, 12 pm-4 pm & Sunday 1 pm-4 pm, Dinner seating: Thursday-Sunday 7 pm & Sunday 6:30 pm

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Plum Bistro


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If you’re vegan chances are that you’ve heard of Plum bistro. But it is another must-try spot if you’re in the mood to treat yourself with plant-based offerings. Plus chef Makini Howell was just recognized as a Top Chef
Changing Food in America by the New York Times. So you’re definitely going to want to give them a go.

Where: 1429 12th Ave
Hours: Lunch & Dinner: Monday-Wednesday 11 am-8 pm, Thursday & Friday 11 am-9 pm, Saturday 3 pm-9 pm, Sunday 3 pm-8 pm, Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 10 am-3 pm

Wayward Vegan Cafe

If you’re in the mood for vegan comfort food then a trip to Wayward Vegan Cafe is definitely in order. It’s basically all your American diner faves but in a vegan format. So you can score all delicious breakfast and brunch food items you’re craving without the guilt.

Where: 801 NE 65th St Suite C
Hours: Monday-Sunday: 9 am-9 pm

Broadfork Cafe


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This U District spot is all about truly healthy vegan options. That means you can find a menu full of locally-grown ingredients with an emphasis on all things organic. So if you’re looking to boost your veggie intake in a delicious way, Broadfork is a great place to check out.

Where: 4757 12th Ave NE
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11 am-8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 11 am-5 pm

Pi Vegan Pizzeria


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We’re actually huge fans of vegan pizza and we feel very lucky to have a spot in the city that’s completely dedicated to it. Pi Vegan Pizzeria is the spot to grab a pie and without all the dairy and meat. You can grab a wide selection of sides as well as salads. Be sure to give them a go next time you’re in the mood for pizza.

Where: 5301 Roosevelt Way NE
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 12 pm-10 pm, Friday & Saturday 12 pm-11 pm

Kati Vegan Thai


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If you’re in the mood for Thai, Kati Vegan Thai is the perfect spot to try. You can feel comfortable knowing that you can enjoy a fully plant-based menu with all of your favorite items. Plus the menu is super authentic so it will be equally delicious and we’ll bet you’ll be back for more!

Where: 1190 Thomas St
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 11:30 am-2 pm & 4 pm-9 pm, Friday-Saturday 11:30 am-2 pm & 4 pm-9:30 pm, Sunday 11:30 am-2 pm & 4 pm-9 pm

See? You have plenty of delicious vegan options in Seattle. We hope that you get out there and give at least a few of these a try. And if you’re uncomfortable with heading indoors just remember that you can always opt for takeout or pick up. Enjoy folks!