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= Vegan = Vegetarian
North of Boston
502 Main St.
Woburn, MA 01801
All vegan Pan-Asian cuisine, this attractive, spacious restaurant consistently racks up 5-star reviews on all of the restaurant ratings platforms.
Green Street Natural Food
164 Green St., Melrose
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday closed
This is a small family operation giving a personal touch to their all-vegetarian market since 1975. With an emphasis on customer service and extensive product knowledge, the Cantin family offers a wide variety of natural foods and supplements. Their produce is all organic. Their grocery section offers frozen, refrigerated, packaged and canned foods that are organic whenever possible. Their bulk section includes beans, grains, nuts, seeds, herbs, dried fruits, and pasta. Their personal care products are organic whenever possible and never tested on animals.
194 Middle Street
Monday – Wednesday, 10 AM – 8 PM
Thursday – Friday, 10 AM – 9 PM
Saturday, 10 AM – 8 PM; Sunday, 12 noon – 6 PM
With a mission to feed the mind, body, and spirit, this small, bright space is used to the max. A menu of colorful, vibrant, therapeutic whole foods offers unprocessed, organic grains and vegetables in dishes that are made fresh to order. Each dish is topped with an enzyme sauce that aids digestion and adds scrumptious flavor. Healthy side dishes, rejuvenating live juice blends, and sumptuous smoothies round out the offerings. Organic body care products and supplements are available as well.
1717 Middlesex Street
Tuesday – Friday, 11:30 AM – 3 PM and 5 – 9:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday, 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM; closed Monday
Specializing in authentic South Indian specialties like dosas, the paper-thin crepes made from a slightly fermented batter of protein-rich split peas and rice. Cooked on a hot griddle and rolled into a crispy tube, they are served plain or filled. Another specialty is Uthappams, the rice and lentil pancakes served with various vegetable fillings and toppings. A full menu of exquisite offerings.
281 Essex Street
Commuter Rail: Take Newburyport/Rockport Line to Salem Depot. Then walk 1.5 blocks.
Monday – Saturday, 8 AM – 10 PM
Sunday, 11 AM – 7 PM
Sister site to locations in Lowell and Cambridge, this restaurant has a mission to feed the mind, body, and spirit. A menu of colorful, vibrant, therapeutic whole foods offers unprocessed, organic grains and vegetables in dishes that are made fresh to order. Each dish is topped with an enzyme sauce that aids digestion and adds scrumptious flavor. Healthy side dishes, rejuvenating live juice blends, and sumptuous smoothies round out the offerings.
46 Inn Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
Hours change seasonally. Please check website.
All vegan, ingredients are free of animal products, refined flour and sugar, and are at least 90% organic. Cooking from scratch, this cafe puts the emphasis on whole foods nutrition. A Daily Bowl at lunchtime contains a grain, legume, and savory vegetables or salad, and the soup of the day may be a chunky stew or a brothy blend. A mufti-course dinner is by reservation only. Freshly squeezed juices and smoothies, and To-Go meals round out the offerings.
Organic Garden Café
294 Cabot Street (next to Cabot Cinema, opp. Hess gas station)
Beverly MA 01915 (Rt. 62 off Rt. 128)
Commuter Rail: Take Newburyport/Rockport Line to Beverly Depot. Then a 10 minute walk to restaurant. Walk up the hill from Rantoul St., turn left on Cabot St. and walk approx. 1/3 mile.
Tuesday – Thursday, 9am – 8pm
Friday & Saturday, 9am – 9pm
Sunday, 9am – 7:00pm; closed Monday
All vegan, organic, exotic raw cuisine. When it comes to gourmet “live” cuisine, nobody does it better. Try vibrant, living food versions of everything from pizza, falafel, and cheeseburgers to a full Thanksgiving dinner (in season.) Imaginative dishes are created with complex blending of many raw ingredients and are artfully presented. Entrees, bowls, salads, wraps, soups made with raw almond cream, bagels (choice of homemade “live” bagel or standard whole wheat) with a wide array of spreads and fillings, smoothie and juice bar. Save room for dessert such as a raw tiramisu that includes superfoods, a like-you’ve-never-had-it-before apple pie, raw chocolate truffles, and more. Get a thick date smoothie for the road. Cozy, gracious decor.
The Tannery Mall
50 Water Street, Newburyport
Monday – Thursday, 9am – 6pm
Friday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm
All vegan, raw, and free of gluten/soy/dairy, with a focus on using locally grown and organic ingredients. Salads include a seed-based “un-tuna” salad, and creative Bowls-served-cold include a house burger with quinoa, and an almond-based falafel bowl with hummus and veggies. A varied selection of Bowls-served-hot includes curry, Asian, Macro, sweet & sour, and three-bean chili with avocado. Soups and grab-n-go items, plus a selection of rich raw chocolate desserts cover all the bases with flair. Add to this an extensive menu of fresh pressed juices with four to six ingredients in each one, and their Mega-Meal Super Food Smoothies of six to nine ingredients each, with the option of add-ins. Their name says it best — revitalize at Revitalive!
Green Lotus Café
349 Main St.
Commuter Rail: South Station to Hyannis
Tuesday – Sunday, 7am – 7pm; closed Monday
This small café brings giant blessings to the heart of Hyannis’ main street. An inventive menu of sumptuous sandwiches stuffed thick with healthful ingredients is posted on a blackboard. Tender house-made seitan, organic breads freshly baked on site, house-made black bean burger, create-your-own salad of fresh local produce, and breakfast foods (served until 11am) such as quinoa with maple syrup, cranberries, and toasted pecans are just a few examples of what makes this café shine. Their vegan New England Style Chowder made with cashew cream and cremini mushrooms could be the best chowder ever. Hand-made chocolates and treats, as well as teas and locally roasted coffee fill out the offerings. Three outdoor tables allow for watching the street life.