Flagstaff is a wonderful place to spend the weekend. With plenty of outdoor activities and places to visit, you’ll definitely have a fun-filled weekend.
However, as someone with diet preferences like vegan or vegetarian, traveling can be a bit more stressful as you don’t always know if certain towns will have restaurants for you.
The good news is, Flagstaff has plenty of restaurants with options for people with all sorts of eating habits.
Keep reading to see our list of some of the best all vegan or vegetarian restaurants as well as a few regular restaurants with extensive vegan and vegetarian options!
Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Flag
- Red Curry Vegan Kitchen
- Morning Glory Cafe
- Java Juice
- Macy’s European Coffeehouse & Bakery
- The Pizza Patio
- Pita Jungle
Red Curry Vegan Kitchen
10 N San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-3050
In the mood for some Thai food but looking for vegan options? Check out Red Curry Vegan Kitchen.
Located in downtown Flagstaff, this little restaurant is a great place to grab some delicious food while avoiding meat and other animal byproducts.
Serving an entirely vegan menu of classic Thai dishes, you’re sure to find some of your favorites here. Try out popular dishes like curry or orange chicken or something a little different like pineapple red curry.
Don’t forget to sip on some Thai tea while you eat!
Morning Glory Cafe
115 S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-3705
Looking for a local cafe with all of the vegan dishes you can imagine? Swing by Morning Glory Cafe.
Serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch, this is a great place to stop anytime in the morning or late afternoon.
As an entirely vegan restaurant, Morning Glory Cafe hopes to be a zero waste cafe. They strive to do this by buying from local farmers, composting food waste, and using this compost to grow new fruits and vegetables.
While their menu is all vegan, they also have a few gluten-free options. Be sure to try out the tempeh club or weekday tamale breakfast combo!
Java Juice Cafe
1530 S Riordan Ranch St d407, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-1034
Though the name may imply this spot only has juice, they offer so much more. Make Java Juice Cafe one of your top places to visit while in Flagstaff.
Serving an all vegan menu, this restaurant offers everything from smoothie bowls to burgers. Though items like burgers and mac and cheese are not listed on their website, we recommend looking at their Instagram page to get a better sense of the menu.
With so many options to choose from it can be difficult to make up your mind at Java Juice Cafe. Be sure to try the vegan cajun chicken or a crepe.
And don’t forget to grab some ice cream while you’re there!
Macy’s European Coffeehouse & Bakery
14 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-2243
Next on our list is not only a local favorite for coffee, but also for some great vegetarian dishes. Try out Macy’s European Coffeehouse & Bakery.
While many residents flock to this spot for some amazing coffee, Macy’s also serves an entirely vegetarian menu with vegan and gluten-free options.
Try out the breakfast sandwich or biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Or if you’re in the mood for lunch we recommend the avocado blt or pesto mozzarella sandwich.
Be sure to grab a Macy’s special to drink with your meal!
The Pizza Patio
109 E Phoenix Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 779-4000
How does pizza, pasta, chili cheese fries, or mozzarella sticks sound? Believe it or not, you can get them all vegan at The Pizza Patio.
While this restaurant isn’t completely vegan or vegetarian, they’ve got an entire vegan menu with almost every option on the regular menu.
This is a great place to go to when you’ve got a group with different diets and eating habits. They also have plenty of gluten-free options.
Be sure to try out the vegan cheddar mac n cheesy or the vegan badass buffalo chicken pizza!
320 S Regent St #312, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-0086
Looking for some delicious Middle Eastern food? Check out Pita Jungle, they’ve got plenty of vegetarian and vegan options.
Much like our last pick, this restaurant isn’t solely dedicated to vegan or vegetarian food, but that doesn’t mean you’ll want to skip it.
This is also a great place to visit when you’ve got some meat eaters and some vegetarians or vegans in your party.
On top of the vegan and vegetarian options, they’ve also got an entirely gluten-free menu, so almost anyone can find something to eat here.
Be sure to try the baked falafel pita or the wood-fired vegetable salad.
As you can see, Flagstaff definitely has some options for those of us that are vegan or vegetarian. Although the range of options may not be as wide as that of a larger city, you certainly won’t be left hungry here.
The best part about restaurants with menus dedicated to vegan or vegetarian ingredients is you can order whatever you want and not have to worry about accidentally eating meat or animal byproducts.
If you’re looking for some other types of cuisine in Flagstaff to try, check out some of our other articles here.
Did we miss your favorite vegan or vegetarian restaurant in Flagstaff? Let us know in the comments!