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Author:  SweetT [ Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:28 pm ]
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Seattle Dining Guide

Ballard
    Jhanjay Vegetarian Thai Cuisine (multiple locations) - VG
    MOD pizza — VO (their red sauce is now vegan, according to MOD Pizza's twitter, 8/2016

Beacon Hill
    Travelers Thali House - VO (lots of vegan options and easily veganizable stuff)

Capitol Hill
    Highline Vegan Bar - V
    In The Bowl Vegetarian Noodle Bistro - V
    Plum Bistro - V
    Sage Cafe - V
    Teapot Vegetarian House Restaurant - V
    Cafe Flora (Madison) - VG
    Ballet - VO
    Bluebird Ice Cream and Tea - VO
    zpizza - VO
    Healeo - VO (no more soft serve)

Central District
    Moonlight Cafe - VO (Moonlight has separate vegan and omni menus—no vegan fortune cookies, though)
    Loving Hut - V

Downtown
    Veggie Grill - V (South Lake Union)
    Cherry Street Coffee House (multiple locations) - VO
    Mexico Cantina y Cocina - VO
    El Borracho - VO
    Bang Bang Cafe - VO
    Wild Ginger - VO
    MOD pizza — VO (their red sauce is now vegan, according to MOD Pizza's twitter, 8/2016
    Cyber Dog, RIP 7/2015

Madison
    Araya's - V

Fremont
    Flying Apron Bakery - V
    Silence-Heart-Nest - VG
    Cafe Turko - VO

Georgetown
    Georgetown Liquor Company - VG

Greenlake
    Turnpike Pizza - VO

Greenwood
    Chocolate Shoe Box - V
    Cookie Counter - V (ice cream shoppe)
    Carmelita - VG RIP
    Razzis (formerly Romio's) Pizza & Pasta - VO
    Chaco Canyon Organic Café - V
    Wayward Coffeehouse - VO

International District (Chinatown)
    Loving Hut - V
    Chu Minh Tofu and Veggie Deli - V (FootFace thinks)

Queen Anne

Ravenna
    Thrive - V
    Sunlight Cafe - VG

Roosevelt
    Wayward Cafe - V

U-District
    Araya's Vegetarian Place - V
    Pizza Pi - V
    Vegan Haven (formerly Sidecar for Pigs Peace) - V

    (Araya's, Pizza Pi, Wayward, and Vegan Haven/Sidecar are, unofficially, The V-District, a bunch of vegan places almost on the same block. Except that Wayward moved to Roosevelt 2/2015. Way to break up the band, guys.)

    Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe -V
    Hillside Quickie's Vegan Sandwich Shop - V
    Veggie Grill - V (University Village)
    Star Life on the Oasis Cafe - VO
    MOD pizza — VO (their red sauce is now vegan, according to MOD Pizza's twitter, 8/2016
    Full Tilt Ice Cream (multiple locations) - VO

Wallingford
    Mighty-O Donuts - V
    Jhanjay Vegetarian Thai Cuisine (multiple locations) - VG
    Sutra Vegetarian Cuisine - VG
    Tilth Restaurant - VO

West Seattle
    Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe -V
    Full Tilt Ice Cream (multiple locations) - VO
    Firefly Café - VO

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V - Vegan
VG - Vegetarian
VO - Vegan Options
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You knew it was coming but how show we organize it this time?
By neighborhood? Overall vegan-ness? Other?

Author:  monkeytoes [ Sat Oct 23, 2010 2:58 pm ]
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I don't know. How did FootFace have it organized? Vegan restaurants and not-vegan-but-vegan-friendly restaurants? More or less? As long as someone can be in charge of editing the main post to add new stuff, I don't care how that post is organized. Neighborhood might work.

Author:  Pinko [ Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:02 pm ]
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I think neighborhood would be handy, especially for visitors. And then vegan/vegetarian/veg-friendly designations within each neighborhood, maybe?

Author:  vijita [ Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:04 pm ]
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SF seems to be the land of delicious vegan sandwiches, but seriously nothing has yet topped the GLC Picard. I dream about that shiitake.

Author:  SweetT [ Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:44 pm ]
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I'm missing quite few restaurants but it's a start!

Author:  monkeytoes [ Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:48 pm ]
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Looks good!

Things I notice are missing: Full Tilt in the U District, Jhanjay in Ballard, Mighty-O.

(Edit: I have serious reading comprehension issues today.)

Author:  toerag [ Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:08 am ]
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Oh, I miss Seattle. The Bang Bang Cafe in Belltown is vegan friendly and has awesome vegan mac and cheese!

Author:  pannkakan [ Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:00 pm ]
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This is awesome. I'm coming to Seattle in June, so I'll make sure to check up on some of these places. Is this up to up to date 8seeing as it was created in October last year)? Can you recommend any other vegan Seattle eats guides?

Author:  FootFace [ Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:50 pm ]
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Looks pretty up to date.

Except... what about Jhanjay in Ballard!

Author:  cherryblossom [ Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:34 pm ]
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How about El Chupacabra in Phinney Ridge? They have vegan meat and cheese options for most of their stuff and they are delicious!

Author:  theque [ Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:46 am ]
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How about Flowers vegan buffet on University? Any good?

Author:  FootFace [ Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:23 pm ]
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Haven't been to the buffet in a long time. (Is it still there?) I always liked it. Lots of good, hearty, gloppy stuff.

Author:  SweetT [ Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:47 am ]
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I would like to update the guide and make it prettier but the edit button is gone sooo...yeah

Author:  monkeytoes [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 3:11 pm ]
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Help! I need a vegan-friendly Indian restaurant. Preferably not exclusively veg, though, since my date is omni. Though he's open to going to Jhanjay if we opt for Thai. I'm just not sure what's out there for Indian and we've left it up in the air at this point. Anyone got any ideas?

Author:  SweetT [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 4:01 pm ]
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taste of india!
http://www.tasteofindiaseattle.com
http://www.yelp.com/biz/taste-of-india- ... =date_desc

servers are friendly but be prepared to say 'no this and no that' kind of like jhanjay.

Author:  ShannonLea [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 4:49 pm ]
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monkeytoes wrote:
Help! I need a vegan-friendly Indian restaurant. Preferably not exclusively veg, though, since my date is omni. Though he's open to going to Jhanjay if we opt for Thai. I'm just not sure what's out there for Indian and we've left it up in the air at this point. Anyone got any ideas?


Maharaja in West Seattle is awesome! The last time I went there, they were very helpful in pointing out which things were vegan. The mushroom masala is to die for. Seriously.

Author:  monkeytoes [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:08 pm ]
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Thanks, both of you! West Seattle is a bit out of the way for both of us, so I will suggest Taste of India. SweetT, do you know if the naan is vegan? It's a second date and I'd prefer to make ordering as "invisible" as possible for now. (He knows I'm vegan but I don't want it to look difficult, y'know?)

Author:  cherryblossom [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:43 pm ]
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A couple of places that have a lot of specifically vegan items on their menu, but also omni food:

Jewel of India (U District) http://www.jewelofindiacuisine.com/
Annapurna Cafe (Capitol Hill) http://annapurnacafe.com/

I haven't been to either of them yet, but I've been meaning to. They both have pretty good ratings on Yelp.

Author:  monkeytoes [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:08 pm ]
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OK, now I'm just really hungry...

Author:  katiejayne [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:14 pm ]
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monkeytoes wrote:
OK, now I'm just really hungry...

Me too. Why haven't I thought to eat Indian food in Seattle?!

Author:  monkeytoes [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:19 pm ]
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katiejayne wrote:
monkeytoes wrote:
OK, now I'm just really hungry...

Me too. Why haven't I thought to eat Indian food in Seattle?!

We need a "katiejayne's in town and has time for us" Indian food meetup. You know, next time you're in town and have time for us.

Author:  katiejayne [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:28 pm ]
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monkeytoes wrote:
katiejayne wrote:
monkeytoes wrote:
OK, now I'm just really hungry...

Me too. Why haven't I thought to eat Indian food in Seattle?!

We need a "katiejayne's in town and has time for us" Indian food meetup. You know, next time you're in town and have time for us.

aw. Next time I plan on coming down I'll let you guys know. The problem is that I don't usually plan.

Author:  SweetT [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:33 pm ]
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i wasn't impressed by annapurna.

monkeytoes, the roti and plain naan are vegan

we need to have a katiejayne meetup!

Author:  monkeytoes [ Mon Jun 27, 2011 9:06 pm ]
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SweetT wrote:
monkeytoes, the roti and plain naan are vegan

Perfect. I can pass myself off as low maintenance.

Author:  cherryblossom [ Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:56 pm ]
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A few things to add that I discovered recently:
Tidbit Bistro in Capitol Hill has a whole vegan section on their menu
Homegrown in Fremont has two vegan menu items
Romio's in Magnolia does vegan pizza (justlike the Greenwood one)
Julianos in Ballard/Crown Hill does vegan pizza & calzones
Razzi's Pizzeria in Greenwood has a ton of vegan stuff
The 5-Point Cafe in Belltown has a couple of vegan breakfast options (the No Huevos Rancheros are OMFG good)

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