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There are 13 comments on Best Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants in Boston

  1. If you go to Grasshopper, check out FoMu next door for plant-based ice cream and desserts!

    Personally, my favorite veg place is Zhu Vegan Kitchen (in Brookline and Arlington) or Dosa N Curry (Somerville).

  2. Thanks for the list. I’m an long time vegetarian but have not gotten to all the places listed. I’ll add a others that I also like: Zhu Vegan Kitchen in Arlington (have not tried the Brookline location); True Bistro in Somerville; Red Lentil in Watertown; Walnut Grille in Newton; and Clover Food Lab (many locations).

  3. Another veg and veganish BU-affiliated person here. I’ll second Clover Food Lab as a delicious option and also mention Sweetgreen. Like Cava, there’s a lot of flexibility for building salads/grain bowls, there are seasonal updates, and it’s friendly for veg-heads with protein options (tofu, mushrooms, sweet potatoes).

    I really appreciate this list and the comments with more recommendations!

  4. Thank you to Kayla and the Terriers surveyed for this story for mentioning Veggie Galaxy. Looking forward to seeing some of our old BU friends again and meeting some new ones this year!

  5. It’s obvious BU you need an Eat at Jumbos 14 years Boston’s largest vegetarian vegan comfort menu. As former BU guy it was always the intent for location there.

  6. My Thai Vegan Cafe
    Veggie Galaxy
    Veggie Crust
    Dosa n Curry
    Beatnic/By Chloe
    Zhu Vegan Kitchen
    Saus In Cambridge

    All of these restaurants are super well regarded in the long term Vegan/Vegetarian community within the city and this provides a way more diverse range than the list above.

  7. You forgot to mention FOR THE ANIMALS. You said it’s about health and the environment, but many of us are vegan first and foremost because we love animals – all animals – and don’t want to contribute to their pain, suffering, and death.

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