Looking for places to eat in Little River or Little Haiti? Check out our top vegan restaurants in Miami!
In recent years, Miami has re-defined itself. Although the environment of Miami’s nightlife is still very present, the city has changed its focus towards art and gastronomy. This city of Latin flair has become a place to discover new artists and enjoy some of the most attractive exhibitions in the world. Meanwhile, the food scene is a testament to the smaller, more creative places that pop up in emerging neighborhoods like Little River and Little Haiti. If you are like us and you consider that visiting a city is trying every piece of it, save these top vegan restaurants in Miami for your next visit. We are sure that they will be the icing on the cake of your trip.
Planta Miami heralds a modern plant-based approach. With an emphasis on live, organic, and vibrant foods, they are committed to the art of mindful cooking. With vegan dishes naturally inspired by the South Florida landscape, they use the purest ingredients, many of which come from their local, regenerative, and organic Paradise Farms.
Under Executive Chef Horacio Rivadero and Pastry Chef Veronica Manolizi, the menu combines innovative techniques with local seasonal produce. It includes many classics, vegan and gluten-free dishes.
Our star: TARTUFADA: Cultured coconut cheese, mushrooms, arugula, truffle oil, and cashew parmesan.
Celebrate the power of plants through delicious dishes at the heart of modern and enjoyable dining experiences to advocate for environmental sustainability both on the plate and throughout the food system. PLANTA is fully committed to a plant-based future. They work with ethical suppliers, use high-quality ingredients, and eliminate protein and animal products from the menu.
Led by Founder and CEO Steven Salm and Co-Founder and Executive Chef David Lee, their growing international collection of 100% plant-based experiences includes seven restaurants across four concepts in Toronto and Miami: PLANTA, PLANTA Burger, PLANTA Cocina, and PLANTA What in. Upcoming openings include West Palm Beach, New York City, and Bethesda, MD.
Our Star: AVOCADO LIME TARTARE: beet tuna, pine nuts, capers, citrus soy, sesame, coriander, taro chips
Their slogan: “Feeding Miamians properly with locally sourced plant ingredients and lots of superfoods since 2016,” perfectly defines this vibrant and colorful restaurant.
Their food is freshly made from scratch every day. They only use premium quality organic ingredients free of gluten, artificial flavors, additives, refined or GMO sugars—only real and local food.
Our Star: SOUTHWESTERN AREPA: Black Bean, Chickpea and Corn Salad, Arugula, Avocado, Red Onion, Yellow and Red Pepper Goji Dressing.
Delicious Raw is a sanctuary for anyone who wants to improve their well-being and quality of life. They make delicious and highly nutritious juices and smoothies. Always with fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as tempting alternatives to traditional meals and snacks all day long.
Our Star: BUDDHA: Vegan Homemade Sweet Potato Pasta, Zesty Fiesta Corn Salad, Savory Marinated Portobello Mushrooms, Spicy Kale Salad, Roasted Caramelized Beets, Spiced Chickpeas, Buddha Dressing.
Full Bloom is the first vegan restaurant in Miami Beach that was established to creatively take vegan food to a fresh and delicious new level.
They seek to bring consciously healthy cuisine and animal care to Miami foodies regardless of whether they are non-vegans to provide a unique and intimate dining experience.
Our Star: FRUTTI DI MARE: Grilled scallops, palm squid,
Sea Beans, Carrot Salmon, Zoodles, Spaghetti, and Wine Butter Sauce
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