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Where to Get Vegan Food in Philadelphia

Philly’s most popular vegan restaurants for dining in and take out.

Philly is well-known for its history, culture of ‘brotherly love’, and most importantly, boasting some of the best food around with its signature Philly cheesesteak, and there’s even a vegan version. The city makes sure to include vegans and vegetarians in its iconic food culture by offering some of the trendiest plant-based restaurant concepts. 

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Vegans will feel right at home in Philadelphia as the plant-based food scene sweeps the city with indulgent and flavorful meals that will ensure you don’t miss the meat.

Philly’s vegan restaurants draw in tourists, while also allowing locals to adapt plant-based food into their lifestyles, or to enjoy on occasion, by making vegan dining accessible and desirable.

Whether you’re craving a classic dish, a quick bite, an eccentric fusion of flavors, or an upscale dining experience, Philadelphia has it all for vegans.

Top 13 Spots for Vegan Food in Philly

  1. HipCityVeg
  2. Bar Bombón
  3. charlie was a sinner.
  4. Vedge
  5. Luhv Vegan Deli
  6. Blackbird Pizzeria
  7. GOldie
  8. Grindcore House
  9. Miss Rachel’s Pantry
  10. Primary Plant Based
  11. P.S. & Co.
  12. Monster Vegan
  13. Su Xing House

HipCityVeg

127 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: (215) 278-7605
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If you’re looking for a delicious quick bite, HipCityVeg is where you’ll want to go. With three locations in the Philadelphia area, this vegan restaurant offers vegan and vegetarian fast-food inspired dishes.

Their menu has health-conscious options featuring vegan burgers, sandwiches, salads, frozen treats, and more.


Bar Bombón

133 S. 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: (267) 606-6612
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Building on Old San Juan roots, Bar Bombón brings new Latin flavors to Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square neighborhood. Made-to-order, fresh meals satisfy temptations in a healthy way.

All of the dishes from this vegan and vegetarian restaurant are made with plant-based ingredients and proteins with non-GMO soy and organic grains.

LUHV FOOD is a family owned vegan and gluten free food manufacturer. We prioritize healthy and environmentally awesome food, without sacrificing taste.

In 2015, we open our new factory, dedicated exclusively to producing vegan, gluten free foods. From the beginning we wanted our factory to represent our beliefs. So, we became our customer’s own advocate, and positioned ourselves from their perspective.

From using local fresh ingredients and focusing on the nutritional value of our products, to our user-friendly packaging, LUHV is in constant evolution. Every decision is challenged by the core values of our enterprise.


Blackbird Pizzeria

614 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Phone: (267) 324-5224
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Blackbird Pizzeria, by chef Mark Mebus, is located in Northern Liberties and offers vegan comfort food – pizza, sandwiches, steaks and more!


Goldie

1526 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: (267) 239-0777
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Goldie is a vegan, Israeli-style falafel shop serving fresh-to-order falafel, French fries, and tehina shakes. Named for “baby Zahav” (“Zahav” is the Hebrew word for “gold”), the heart of Goldie’s menu is Chef Caitlin McMillan’s so-fresh-you-forget-it’s-fried falafel with tehina, Israeli salad, cabbage, optional amba, harissa, or schug condiments, all tucked inside pita baked daily at Dizengoff.

Goldie has a “no toppings bar” ethos – we build each sandwich with our practiced hands. We also serve falafel salad, shawarma spiced French fries, and tehina shakes. Oh, and they’re Kosher!


Grindcore House

1515 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Phone: (215) 839-3333
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Grindcore House is a vegan coffee shop in South Philly. They serve up organic coffee, tea, sandwiches, pastries and bagels.


Miss Rachel’s Pantry

1938 S Chadwick St, Philadelphia, PA 19145
Phone: (215) 798-0053
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Miss Rachel’s Pantry is a vegan catering company and restaurant in South Philadelphia, home to prix fixe dinners and private parties. Public dinners are most often on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. BYOB always.


Primary Plant Based

56 South 2nd Str, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phone: (215) 238-5888
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Primary Plant Based is a vegan pop-up located at the legendary Khyber Pass Pub. Chef Mark McKinney, the renowned vegan chef, has brought his favorite dishes for you to enjoy.


P.S. & Co.

1706 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-985-1706
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P.S. & Co. is an organic, plant-based, gluten-free restaurant in Center City, Philadelphia. They have everything from vegan baked goods to savory dishes.


Monster Vegan

1229 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 267-668-3224
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Monster Vegan is open for lunch and dinner and is also in Philadelphia’s Center City. They are a vegan comfort food restaurant with dishes like a meatball parm sandwich with Impossible meatballs and a sweet sausage sandwich with two Impossible sausage links.


Su Xing House

1508 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: 215-564-1419
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Su Xing House is a Chinese restaurant that specializes in vegetarian and vegan food options. If you’re a vegan craving Chinese food, you’ll want to check this place out!


Final Thoughts

Whether you’re looking for burgers, cheesesteaks, meatballs, shakes, salads, or empanadas, check out some of these delicious restaurants in Philadelphia that will cure any craving. These are among Philly’s best vegan restaurants, and in fact, some of the top restaurants in Philadelphia for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who craves a creative and satisfying meal that is good for you and the planet. 

Surprising to some, the cheesesteak capital has vegan and vegetarian restaurants popping up all over its urban and suburban neighborhoods. But with Philadelphia’s ever-evolving culture, it’s easy to understand why people are adept at trying new things the city has to offer. Philadelphians have welcomed vegan and vegetarian restaurants with open arms, allowing the city a competitive hand in the plant-based food scene.

Did we miss one of your favorite vegan spots in our list? Let us know in the comments below so we can check it out!

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Written by Ryan F.

Ryan is a Philadelphia local who enjoys checking out Philly's restaurant scene every chance he can. He grew up in South Jersey and now lives in Philadelphia's Point Breeze neighborhood.