Being a vegan or vegetarian in Miami is no longer terrible. But the good spots, the spots that don’t relegate you to a tiny little corner of the menu, can still be hard to find if you don’t know where to look.
These are what we consider 11 best spots for vegans and vegetarians to eat in Miami. Some are strictly animal-free, while others are not but offer amazing “veg” options.
PETA just discovered what we already knew: that Miami – believe it or not – isn’t a bad place to be if you’re a vegan.
The animal rights organization just released its Top 10 Vegan Friendly Cities in the U.S. list – and for the first time ever Miami made the cut, weighing in at no. 9
Manna Life Food, serving meals that nourish mind and body, makes it easy to come to terms with the notion that we are what we eat.
Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner (a lo gringo cause they close at 7 PM), Manna has an extensive menu for veggie lovers. We caught our eye: Seaweed-based nori wraps and superfood arepas.
Chances are that when you hear the word “vegan” or “plant-based,” the immediate thought that comes to mind is “tasteless.” But what if I told you that I’ve tried one of the tastiest roasted veggie nori wraps? And a passion fruit cheesecake that has cheese only in its name, yet it’s completely vegan and completely amazing?
Manna’s approach to organic eating is on a whole other level — but that’s a good thing. You won’t find bread-heavy sandwiches or wraps made with thick tortillas here. Instead, they’ve got their own way of doing things, like Life Bowls (like a roasted veggie and coconut brown rice bowl or one that features baked tofu, seeds and nuts, and edamame) and Noritos (burritos made with nori wraps rather than tortillas). But don’t be too intimidated — they’re a friendly bunch.