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22 Best Vegan Restaurants in Miami – Guide

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Miami has an amazing selection of vegan restaurants. Here is GLAM Vegan‘s guide to the best vegan restaurants in Miami with the best and most inventive plant-based meals and desserts. I explored the great vegan restaurants Miami has to offer. Whether you’re looking for a new restaurant or just want to explore something new, this post has you covered. For our list of best vegan restaurants in Miami, I narrowed it down to only fully vegan restaurants. If you are looking for restaurants that offer non-vegan food but have vegan options, I left a few recommendations at the end.

If you prefer to stay in or are not in Miami but still want to eat a delicious vegan meal, you can check out our review of the best vegan meal delivery service review post.

Check out these top 22 vegan restaurants in Miami:


  • Neighborhood: Edgewater
  • Price: $$$
  • Address: 105 NE 24th St Miami, FL  33137
  • Type and Cuisine: Trendy/ Upscale

PLANT is a must. They also run a regenerative organic farm so the ingredients are local and fresh. Their menu also changes seasonally to match what is available at the farm during that period.  Dining at PLANT is made especially unique because they use superfoods, medicinal herbs, and ancient spices in their dishes.PLANT also has a great drink selection. I recommend trying a CBD cocktail. They are also kosher and gluten-free.


  • Neighborhood: Miami Beach
  • Price: $$
  • Address:  1670 James Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
  • Type and Cuisine: Classy/ International

Full Bloom’s menu is filled with innovations of plates like shitake bacon pasta “Perciatelli Alla Boscaiola”, Korean BBQ jackfruit & kimchi patacones, and Birria Quesadillas with coconut milk cheese. They are of course healthy and animal-caring but have intimate dining settings. They also use ingredients that are kosher and non-GMO.


  • Neighborhood: South Beach / Coconut Grove
  • Price:$$$
  • Planta Address: 850 Commerce St Miami Beach, FL 33139
  • Planta Queen Address: 3015 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove, FL 33133 
  • Type and Cuisine: Trendy/ Romantic

Planta is a popular spot with restaurants in NY, DC, and Toronto. If you are looking for a good fine dining experience come here. Delicious gourmet food, beautiful artistic plated food, and unique use of ingredients. If you want to wow your non-vegan friends or family to vegan food, I will place Planta high on the list. Planta has everything from sushi, pizza, noodles, and raw vegan food. Even though the menu seems to cover just about everything, don’t be worried. I don’t know how they pull it off but they deliver on all these different types of cuisines exceptionally.


  • Neighborhood: Wynwood
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 2616 NW 5th ave , Wynwood FL 33127
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ Burgers/ Tacos/ Pizza

Love Life Cafe was a Winner of the Seed Food and Wine Festival in 2016 and they’ve still got that touch. They make clean delicious plant-based food made from scratch and have unique dishes like guava rose cheesecake and “La Arepa Pelua” with shredded jackfruit meat. They also run Shido, a plant-based Japanese food popup but it doesn’t seem like they are operating Shido right now. I hope I can eat miso udon and dynamite rolls with cashew cream cheese and plantain soon…


  • Neighborhood: Wynwood
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 2616 nw 5th ave , Wynwood FL 33127
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ Burgers/ Tacos/ Pizza

L'Artisane Creative Bakery is the first vegan French bakery in the US. You can’t miss this bakery run by a chef trained in Le Cordon Bleu-trained. Carolina also worked with vegan pastry queen Fran Costigan and at high-end restaurants like Ritz Carlton. BEST vegan croissants! They also ship their fresh vegan pastries nationwide as well.


  • Neighborhood: Midtown Miami
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 166 NE 29th St Miami, FL 33137
  • Type and Cuisine: Cafe/Bakery /Sandwiches

If you are looking for soft, chewy, and yummy pastries go to Chocolate Chip Bakery! Their baked goods are also organic, soy-free, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free. I recommend trying the vegan donuts Samoa or Cafe con Leche.


  • Price:$
  • Neighborhood: Midtown
  • Address: 3246 North Miami Avenue Miami, FL 33127
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ Fast Food

Organic Food King is a food truck that is permanently stationed in Midtown. It’s laid back and open late so it's our favorite place to go for the midnight munchies. If you are looking for a solid burger, fries, and wings in Midtown look no further. It’s definitely filling and heavy but you won’t regret having that vegan bacon burger.


  • Price: $$
  • Neighborhood: Kendall
  • 12100 SW 43rd St Miami, FL 33175
  • Type and Cuisine: Garden Cafe/ Natural Retreat

Aguacate has a community feel with relaxing outdoor seating, yoga classes, new moon ceremonies, and a  small animal sanctuary. If you want to relax, be out in nature under palm trees, and enjoy an acai bowl this is a perfect place. Don’t forget to pick up some organic fruits and vegetables at their farmer’s market too.


  • Neighborhood: Little River
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 7316 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, Florida, USA, 33138
  • Type and Cuisine: Upscale Deli

The Plantisserie is a cute plant-based organic deli with a hot bar to grab and go or dine in. Amazing selection of baked empanadas. Plantisserie’s ingredients have no pesticides, GMOs, chemicals, hormones, preservatives, colorants, or additives. Try some of their delicious gluten-free desserts too.


  • Neighborhood: South Beach
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 110 Washington Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ Modern American

SoBe Vegan has a good selection of comfort foods like vegan hot dogs, sausages, burgers, fries, and bowls. There’s also a kid’s meal. I recommend trying the Cookies and Cream shake and Sausage Egg and Cheese Sandwich.


  • Neighborhood:North Miami Beach/ MiMo
  • Price: $$
  • Miami Beach Location Address:3099 NE 163rd St North Miami Beach, FL 33160
  • MiMo Location Address: 6411 Biscayne Blvd Miami FL, 33138 US
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual

Holi Vegan Kitchen is a popular vegan restaurant with 2 locations in the MiMo and North Miami Beach areas. It’s women-owned, and run by vegan sisters. 💪 They have bowls, pasta, pizettas, burgers, sandwiches, and baked goods. A really good diverse menu. I recommend trying the raw berries cashew cheesecake and banana nut cake. Also, try the pancakes for Holi brunch. 


  • Neighborhood: Midtown
  • Price:$$
  • Address: 3255 NE 1st Ave Miami, FL 33137
  • Type and Cuisine: Upscale Casual

Thatch Miami has a bit of everything, pizza, pad thai, kimchi fried rice, quesadillas, burgers, kale salad, pancakes, and waffles. I recommend trying their homemade small-batch ice cream with a base of fresh cashew and coconut mylk and sweetened with dark maple syrup and agave nectar.


  • Price: $$
  • Neighborhood: Hallandale Beach
  • Address: 826 W Hallandale Beach Blvd Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ Mediterranean/ Thai

I love that the Screaming Carrots has a wide variety of selections from shawarmas, Thai fried rice, sandwiches, and spaghetti to pad thai. Their ingredients are predominantly organic and local, without GMOs. Screaming Carrot also uses true spices and ingredients for their Thai and Mediterranean dish, keeping them authentic. They have daily specials and may not serve what you are craving (like pad thai), so check their daily menu before you order.


  • Neighborhood: Downtown
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 80 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33132
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual

Outside of having yummy smoothies, soups, gluten-free superfood arepas, bowls, and nori burritos, Manna Life Food is a great place to get your 2-3 day juice cleanse. Check out the gluten-free vegan donuts. True to their slogan of offering food respectful of your mind, body, and soul, their vegan foods are made from scratch daily using fresh ingredients with no additives, GMO's, refined sugars, dairy, or artificial flavors. They are also 100% gluten-free.


  • Neighborhood: Downtown
  • Price:$$
  • Address: 70 SE 5th St suite 107, Miami, FL 33131
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ South American 

If you are from out of town, visiting Miami, you probably want to try good authentic Latin/ South American food. Look no further. Cocinita has some South/ Latin American food favorites like choripas, cachapas, sweet plantains, and big-filling tofu arepas. They also have classics like burgers, bowls, and burritos as well.


  • Neighborhood: Doral Yard
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 8455 NW 53rd St Suite 106, Doral, FL 33166
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual/ Custom Bowls/ Middle Eastern

Della Bowls is a customizable healthy bowl joint with lots of flavor and color! It hosts a cozy beautiful space in Doral Yard where you can often find live entertainment. Their ingredients are nutrient-dense, sustainable, organic and locally sourced, and free from gluten or peanuts. (Those with peanut allergies take note!) This might be a good place to hang out with your friends (vegan and non-vegan) and get them to experience how delicious vegan dishes from della can be!


  • Neighborhood: Coral Gables
  • Price:$$
  • Address: 3808 SW 8th St, Coral Gables, FL 33134
  • Type and Cuisine: Italian 

Fresh mouthwatering dishes made from sustainable healthy plant-based ingredients. You’ll definitely enjoy eating at ittle Italy with its intimate warm inviting atmosphere and authentic Italian food.  Eating here will completely blow you away and have you coming back for more!


  • Neighborhood: Brickell
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 1060 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
  • Type and Cuisine: Sushi

Craving sushi? Go to Geisha 69. Their unique rolls are our favorite! I recommend the Sahara (crispy tofu, kanpyo, and peanut butter) and Red Dragon (tempura “shrimp”, “cream cheese”, chives and beets). 


  • Neighborhood : South Beach
  • Price: $
  • 723 N, Lincoln Ln N, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Located inside Lincoln Eatery)
  • Type and Cuisine: Casual Cafe

Plant theory has amazing burgers like artichoke burgers and BBQ jackfruit burgers. Their food is also gluten-free. I recommend trying the Southern Baked Artichik'n Club with Artichoke hearts, avo and mozzarella, and raw tiramisu with walnut date cookies.


  • Address: 120 NW 36th Street Miami FL 33127
  • Type and Cuisine: Hot Dogs


  • Neighborhood: Sunset
  • Price: $$
  • Address: 9640 SW 72nd St Miami, FL 33173
  • Type and Cuisine: Cuban

You have to have Cuban food if you are in Miami. Come to Vegan Cuban Cuisine! All the Cuban cuisine favorites like Cuban sandwich, Creamy Cashew Cream “ham” croqueta, papa rellena, chorizo spaghetti, abuelita’s flan. Should I go on?


  • Neighborhood: Miramar
  • Price: $
  • Address: 2201 Palm Ave #104, Miramar, FL 33025
  • Type and Cuisine: Bakery

You can get sandwiches, savory and sweet pastries, and candies and chocolates at Vegan Delights. I recommend the cream horn and “ham and cheese” or guava and cheese pastries. But don’t get us started on the doughnuts or the empanadas 😋


There are also many non-vegan restaurants in Miami that serve amazingly delicious vegan dishes. I focused our article on vegan restaurants but I have a few shout-outs to non-vegan restaurants with amazing vegan dish options. 

Craving dim sum? Check out Minty Z. They have dishes like Vegan Shrimp Shumai and Cuban Corn Wontons with vegan “ham” cashew cream. 

LIlikoi has nice vegan options. You can get buckwheat ramen noodle soup (without the poached eggs), vegan carbonara with smoked coconut “bacon” or house-made banana bread, and more options.  

In our quest for the best vegan restaurants in Miami, I found that Vegan Planet is actually a non-vegan Italian restaurant called Amor di Pasta. It is a little bit confusing since they use both of those names for the same restaurant on both Google and Yelp with a separate website. We’ve heard vegan pasta is amazing and pizza is a hit or miss.

Did your favorite vegan restaurant in Miami make it on the list? Did I leave out your favorite place? Do you have specific dish recommendations from one of these restaurants?  Leave a comment 👇

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