There is so much great vegan food in Atlanta, it can really be a challenge to pick where you’re going to order from! Whether it be Vegan Month, or just an ordinary Tuesday, we came up with an ultimate list of vegan restaurants you have to try when you’re in Atlanta!
CafeSunflower – Cafe Sunflower Restaurant
For over 25 years, Cafe Sunflower has consistently been voted one of Atlanta’s best vegan restaurant. It’s easy to see why as they offer excellent vegan entrees, salads, and starters. You’ll have to try either the tofu benedict, spicy pad thai noodles, or vegan supreme nachos and let us know what you think!
Cinnaholic – Cinnaholic Restaurant
Cinnaholic has three locations in the metro Atlanta area, Dunwoody, Edegwood, and Peachtree Corners. All three allow you to create your own vegan cinnamon rolls where you get to pick from 20 different toppings and frosting combinations. You might have even seen them on “Shark Tank” where they first got national recognition.
Grass VBQ Joint – Grass VBQ Joint Restaurant
Chef Terry Sargent started this vegan BBQ joint which specializes in “mock” meats which include cold smoking for over five hours! Some of their most popular items include the smoked lobstah roll, oyster mushroom po’boy, and a smoked chili cheeze dawg which is 10/10 delicious. They really bring creativity to the vegan scene which we so appreciate. Check them out, you won’t be sad that you did!
Loving Hut – Loving Hut Restaurant
Loving Hut is one of the largest vegan restaurant chains in the world with over 200 locations in 35 countries! Of these 200 locations, two are in the metro Atlanta area. Loving Hut is primarily asian-inspired cuisine and you can order delicious vegan dishes such as wonton soup, curry stir-fry, and spicy vegan pizza to name just a few!
Slutty Vegan – Slutty Vegan Restaurant
Probably the most well known vegan restaurant in Atlanta, is Slutty Vegan. The restaurant was started in 2018 by Chef Pinky Cole who started the restaurant on Instagram! Three months into her adventure, she opened her brick and mortar location which frequently requires you to wait up to a few hours for a burger. The wait is definitely worth it, however, as it just gives you more time to pick which burger you’re going to pick. With options such as the One Night Stand, Fussy Hussy, and or Super Slut you literally cannot go wrong.
While this list is no way all encompassing, we hope it at least gives you a starting point when trying to pick a vegan restaurant in Atlanta!