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Best Vegan Restaurants In St. Pete

Vegan Restaurants in St. Pete
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Finding good vegan options while traveling can be difficult, but there are plenty of great choices if you know where to look. Fortunately for you, we’ve done the research in St. Pete and the vegan food scene is thriving. There’s definitely no shortage of vegan restaurants in St. Pete. 

Here are a few different vegan restaurants in St. Pete that caters to a range of different tastes, from soups to salads to vegan burgers! 

Love Food Central

2057 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, FL 33713

A local favorite, Love Food Central, is a casual lunch and dining spot. It has excellent sandwiches that use gluten-free bread. It’s also known for its vegan black bean and beet burgers as well as the potato salad. If you’re craving a treat, their casher or sunflower butter ice cream options would make any vegan moan for more.

Love Food Central is open to serve you Sundays and Mondays from 11 AM – 4 PM, Wednesdays to Thursdays from 11 AM to 4 PM, and Fridays to Saturdays from 11 AM – 8 PM. It is closed on Tuesdays.

Freya’s Diner

2462 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33712

Freya’s Diner is the “savory sister” of Valhalla Bakery, a vegan bakery and perfect dessert hotspot. Freya’s Diner has tons of delicious vegan food, like grilled watermelon kebabs and strawberry gazpacho. Its impossible burger and hash brown sandwich have customers raving!

Freya’s Diner is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. It is open to serve from Wednesday to Sunday, 10 AM – 7 PM.

Golden Dinosaurs

2930 Beach Blvd S, Gulfport, FL 33707

Golden Dinosaurs serves simple, good vegan food, including some of the best vegan sandwiches in St. Petersburg. People come from as far as Tampa Bay just to eat here, even getting awarded by the city despite being located in Gulfport. It’s no surprise that this restaurant has won many best vegan restaurant awards for its dishes.

Golden Dinosaurs serves kombucha, beer, and wine. It also has a cute little outdoor area – perfect for a lunch date or casual dinner!

Golden Dinosaurs is open to serve you from 11 AM – 7 PM every day.

Ray’s Vegan Soul

1330 49th Street S., St. Petersburg, FL

Ray’s Vegan Soul offers delicious soul food made with nourishing, plant-based ingredients. Its entire menu, including its renowned cornbread, is vegan!

Ray’s Vegan Soul is currently serving special menus to-go on Sundays. Menus change every week. It’s not open for regular dining.

Lotus Vegan Restaurant

6575 Park Blvd N, ​Pinellas Park, FL 33781

Lotus Vegan restaurant serves up delicious Vietnamese food and fresh juices. Plus, you can eat in or get your food to-go. If you’re looking for a fancy dinner date experience, however, stay away – this restaurant serves its food on paper plates. 

Lotus Vegan Restaurant is open Mondays to Saturdays, 11 AM to 9 PM. It’s closed on Sundays.

House Of Vegano

655 31st S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712, United States

Looking for something a little fancier? Each dish is a work of art, as chef Talia Tatham tries to be as creative as possible in designing her dishes, whether it’s ramen, poke, or dumplings. The vegan sushi is especially a must-try at the House of Vegano.

Check out House of Vegano on Mondays from 11 AM – 2 PM and 3 PM – 6 PM, Wednesdays to Sundays from 11 AM – 2 PM, Wednesdays to Thursdays from 3 PM – 6 PM, Fridays to Saturdays from 3 PM – 9 PM, and Sundays from 2 PM – 5 PM. It’s closed on Tuesdays.

The Cider Press Vegan Gastropub And Patio Bar

3118 3rd Ave. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713 (new location)

The Cider Press Cafe closed its doors on its old Central Avenue location, and soon it will be in the historic Kenwood district. Rebranding as the Cider Press Gastropub and Patio Bar, it will serve English dishes with a vegan twist. 

The Cider Press Cafe is currently closed, but it will be reopening again in a few months. Check its website for updates.

Final Thoughts 

While there are still destinations where you would have a hard time finding vegan options, St. Petersburg has some excellent vegan restaurants. There is a range of different price points and types of food, so you’ll never get tired of eating out and always have a new experience. You are in for a culinary treat – whether you’re vegan or not!

Check out Visit St Pete Clearwater’s full list of restaurants.


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Also, while we do our best to highlight LGBTQ-friendly destinations and businesses, info provided is based solely on personal experience and recommendations by community partners. We hope that nobody experiences discrimination or homophobia while visiting Florida, but we make no guarantees. Please inform us if you experience discrimination or homophobia while visiting any destination so we can make updates to our recommendations.

Written by Rachel Covello

Rachel Covello is an award-winning speaker, writer, diversity consultant, and LGBT advocate. She was the Founder of LGBT Equality Alliance, a Chester County, PA nonprofit organization. She is currently the Publisher of OutCoast.com and Producer of the OutCoast TV YouTube Channel, both of which highlight LGBTQ welcoming destinations in Florida.


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