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10 Vegan Dining Spots in Philadelphia’s Western Suburbs

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These Main Line-area restaurants offer a variety of menu options that support a healthy and delicious plant-based lifestyle.

Ambler Vegan Company
Opening this month, Ambler Vegan Company is Black-owned 100-percent vegan restaurant. The menu offers everything from vegan nachos and “brrgrrs” to smoothies and Whips (frozen fruit shakes). 20 East Butler Avenue, Ambler 

Blue Pearl Café 
This Ardmore eatery specializes in a variety of plant-based breakfast and lunch items, plus smoothies and juices. Takeout and outdoor dining available. 2901 Normandy Road, Ardmore

Boardwalk Vegan.

This creative spot reimagines some of your favorite boardwalk treats with a plant-based twist. Treat yourself to vegan cotton candy, ice cream, mac and “cheez” and more. Curbside pickup and limited sidewalk seating. 28 N. Manoa Road, Havertown.

Greyhound Cafe.

This Chester County favorite offers a vegan take on Italian and Mexican cuisine, plus brunch. Passionate about supporting local charities, the cafe is currently partnered with Support + Feed Philly, an initiative that aids those impacted by COVID-19. Curbside pickup and limited dine-in seating. 81 Lancaster Ave., Great Valley Shopping Center, Malvern.

Hip City Veg

Adopting a plant-based lifestyle doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite comfort foods. This Latina-owned business makes it easier with its vegan HipCity burgers, Chick’n sandwiches and nuggets, and rich milkshakes—all made with 100-percent organic ingredients and served in compostable packaging. 232 N. Radnor Chester Road, Radnor; 76 Coulter Ave., Suite 18, Ardmore.

Naked Lunch.

You can make your own healthy meals and bowls at this popular spot in MOM’s Organic Market. Naked Lunch specializes in a variety of grab-and-go organic vegan and gluten-free options, plus organic raw juices. 1149 E. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.

Raw Can Roll Cafe.

Expect artfully crafted plates of fresh organic food, smoothies, acai bowls and cleansing juices. 767 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.

Superfoods Cafe at Sunset Moon Wellness Center.

This organic, vegan, gluten-free restaurant unites the community in stewardship, mindfulness healthy eating. Donation-based (pay what you can) and waste-free, it offers meal selections three times a day. Takeout and limited dine-in seating. 1007 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.

SuTao Cafe.

Authentic Chinese cuisine meets fundamental plant-based cooking at SuTao. Takeout and delivery orders. 81 Lancaster Ave., Great Valley Shopping Center, Malvern.

True Food Kitchen.

A KOP destination for vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options made with ingredients “sourced with integrity.” Family meals and cocktails to-go. Patio dining, pickup and delivery. 239 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia.

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