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This East Atlanta pub serves above-average bar food without jumping on the gastropub bandwagon. During the warmer months, grab a seat on the massive patio. A neighborhood staple and local favorite.
Cafe Sunflower wilts in comparison to other, more impressive Atlanta vegetarian restaurants, but its staff is friendly and its innovative vegan desserts are worth checking out.
Scrumptious dishes here satisfy meat-free diners on the prowl. Serving outlandishly tasty vegan and vegetarian food since 1994, Cafe Sunflower has it all, from stir-fries and sandwiches to vegan desserts.
You may be surprised to hear it, but Alpharetta has a thriving Indian community and some of the best and most specific Indian restaurants in the metro area. Amma Kitchen, run by a Brahmin priest, serves vegetarian specialties from the Indian state Andrha Pradesh.
Vegan and vegetarian in Emory Village that’s pet- and college-student friendly.
A vegetarian Chinese restaurant serving beef, chicken, pork and shrimp dishes all made from flour, potatoes and other meat replacements, along with typical vegetable dishes.
A sanctuary in the midst of a stressful world, the goal of this restaurant is to serve nutritious and tasteful vegetarian food in a warm, graceful environment. About two-thirds of the staff are volunteers from the Rameshori Buddhist Center who understand the importance of inner peace. All proceeds of the cafe go to Rameshori.