Eat green throughout Orlando with our guide to the city’s most craveable vegetarian and vegan restaurants, like Plantees Burgers (pictured).
Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or just want to try something new, Orlando has plenty of plant-based eats to satisfy your every craving. You’ll find flavorful veggie-driven fare at our theme parks, MICHELIN Guide restaurants and diverse neighborhood hangouts, along with several restaurants that specialize in vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Dig in at these earth-friendly eateries, most of which are 100% vegan for a guilt-free good time.
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Dig into flavorful vegan and vegetarian fare at Hungry Pants, a vibrant new “plant curious” eatery in Orlando’s SoDo District. From vegan poke and noodle bowls to their must-try MDP (Most Delicious Potatoes), the menu is wholly composed of fresh, balanced bites. Meat-eaters can customize their dishes with proteins like fish, chicken and beef, but most menu items are vegan or vegetarian as-is. Hungry Pants also has a fantastic weekend brunch, offering small plates, bowls and build-your-own scramble plates with turmeric tofu scramble, house-made tempeh sausage, cauliflower tots and fresh exotic fruit.
Korgette is one of many fantastic permanent vendors at À La Cart, an outdoor dining collective and social space in The Milk District®. They offer globally inspired fusion fare featuring made-from-scratch falafel and an array of signature sauces. Stop by for trivia, movie nights and more fun events, and don’t forget to see what’s on tap from the rotating À La Cart lineup of beers, ciders, wines and cold-brew coffee.
Market on South
Vegan collective Market on South is home to a variety of vendors in The Milk District. Current vendors include Oh Eco for sustainable home goods and wellness products along with vegan deli The Kind Cleaver, Vegan Scoops for ice cream, Retro Roast for fresh coffee, and Main House Market for kombucha flights and cocktails. Shop, dine and enjoy lively community events including backyard movie nights, yoga and monthly parties where you can discover even more fantastic vegan dining and artisans.
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Score a classic burger, fries and milkshake combo — 100% plant-based and 100% delicious — at Plantees Burgers, an earth-friendly eatery in the Mills 50® district. This colorful spot also lists allergens like nuts, soy and gluten for every menu ingredient, making it easy to customize your perfect bite. Dress it all up with your choice of sauces, including agave mustard, green goddess sauce and their signature plant sauce.
VINIA Wine & Kitchen
An intimate wine bar in historic Winter Park, VINIA Wine & Kitchen offers fantastic vegan alternatives for almost everything on their menu. It’s all made from scratch using locally sourced ingredients, from the popular vegan cheese board to seasonal specialties like plant-based escargots, shepherd’s pie and veggie empanadas. Up the romance factor with Fabio’s Table, a specialty five-course dining experience featuring a fully plant-based menu and indulgent wine pairings.
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Just a few miles east of The Milk District, Cheney Collective boasts hot vegan eats from Dharma Southern Chick’n and Valhalla Bakery along with sustainable vintage and secondhand goods from Moon River Boutique. Dharma specializes in southern-style sandwiches like the Nashville Hawt chick’n or saucy barbecue beeph, while Valhalla Bakery offers cakes, bars, pies and more decadent baked goods made with old-fashioned techniques.
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Earthy Picks is a new Latin-owned and inspired vegan restaurant in Orlando’s Thornton Park District, east of downtown Orlando. True to its name, it offers a zen, earthy vibe with cold-pressed juice and fun plant-based picks like day dream tostadas, portobello locos tacos, savory protein bowls and loaded burritos.
Ethos Vegan Kitchen
Fifteen minutes west of downtown in Winter Park, Ethos Vegan Kitchen is essential to Orlando’s vegan dining scene. They’ve been slinging black bean burgers, chickun, pasta and more hearty fare since 2007. Stop in in to try their classic Sampson Burger, chickpea Bay Cakes and seasonal pasta dishes, and don’t forget to visit the onsite bakery for vegan cookies made from scratch. You can also score tofu scrambles, pancakes, French toast and more during their weekend brunch, all paired with a full menu of vegan beer and wine.
Part of Orlando’s Curry Ford West Main Street district, Leguminati is well loved for its vegan crunch wraps. Fillings include plant-based chicken, beef, bacon, mac and cheese, queso, veggies, and a variety of creamy house made sauces, all wrapped in a tortilla and pressed to perfection. Leguminati is part of Hourglass Social House, where you’ll also find a Foxtail Coffee Co. counter, an impressive beer and wine selection, and plenty of space to relax.
New Moon Market
New Moon Market offers an incredible assortment of plant-based smoothies, wraps, bowls and energy bites, all anchored by an organic cold-pressed juice bar. You’ll find plenty of variety here, from the chocolate-covered cherry smoothie bowl to the walnut chorizo wrap with house-made sour cream. Throw in a wellness shot like the signature New Moon Elderberry for an extra boost of feel-good vibes. New Moon Market is part of Orlando’s College Park Main Street district, just 10 minutes from downtown Orlando.
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Purple Ocean Superfood Bar
Purple Ocean Superfood Bar brings Puerto Rican-inspired eats to three Central Florida locations, including the Curry Ford West district near downtown Orlando. Cool off with a protein-packed acai bowl or handcrafted lemonade, or dig into plant-based eats like the Selva, a roasted garlic quinoa burger with all the fixings. Everything is 100% vegan and gluten free, with add-ons like tostones, maduros, rosada sauce and guava for a fun and flavorful twist.
Winter Park Biscuit Company
A longstanding local favorite, Winter Park Biscuit Company serves crispy chicken strips, handhelds, loaded fries and biscuits. Find them inside East End Market, a neighborhood market and food hall in the Audubon Park Garden District. Additional vegan and vegetarian options at East End Market include Skyebird Juice Bar along with select dishes at Farm & Haus and DOMU.
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Get a taste of the islands at DaJen Eats, a vegan eatery with plenty of Jamaican flair. Some of the mouthwatering options include Hoax Tail — a plant-based twist on traditional Jamaican oxtail — along with flavor-packed sandwiches, house-made ice cream, cakes and sides. Build your own island bowl with your choice of vegan protein, Jamaican rice and peas, rainbow broccoli slaw, and savory-sweet grilled pineapple, or create your own salad bowl for a lighter bite. DaJen Eats is located in the historic town of Eatonville, one of the first self-governing, all-Black municipalities in the United States.
While vegan fare is plentiful at many Asian restaurants in the Orlando area, Loving Hut is one of the only eateries to offer a 100% plant-based menu. Savor a healthier take on classic dishes like spring rolls, grilled teriyaki chicken and pho, or branch out with eggplant tofu, loaded veggie rice and signature Loving Hut summer rolls.
Winter Park Collective
Winter Park Collective is home to multiple vegan dining concepts to satisfy any palate. Choose from Neapolitan pizza and pasta at Pizza Nova, island-inspired tacos and burgers at Jacked Up Vegan, and decadent desserts at A Harmless Bite Bakery. You can also add to your plant family at Prickle Babies and relax with live music, kava, kratom and tea at Sudan Kava Bar.
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