The field of crave-able plant-based dining options is growing in New Hampshire! As restaurants and diners move beyond veggie burgers and soy cheese, and as an increasing number of curious omnivores embrace meatless meals, the options have become more exciting than ever. Satisfying, filling, and nutrient-dense, these are the vegan menu items in New Hampshire that pack the most flavor into plant-based dining!
Are you one of the growing number of people limiting animal products because of the environmental impacts? Most of these restaurants are also committed to sustainability and local produce, making them fantastic examples of how a business can create delicious food while serving their community.
From starters to entrees, Blue Moon’s menu of local, organic, farm-to-table food includes tons of delicious vegan options. Scan the menu for “V” and you’ll find a great selection of nutrient-dense soups, salads, and entrees in a hip and inviting atmosphere.
Bad Lab is all about bold, complex flavors. You’ll see it in options like the Curried Cauliflower Bowl, which can be made vegan, and taste it in their craft brews. Bad Lab doesn’t use any animal products to filter their beers made on-site, making them safe as well!
Vegan cheese! Need we say more? When it comes to warm, wood-fired baked flatbreads, a vegan (or anybody, really) can do no better than Flatbread Company. The 13-unit New England chain, which focuses on local food and a community-based business approach, features fresh, plant-based ingredients in the most flavorful ways.
In addition to organic teas and coffee, vegans can find delicious, homemade, bakery treats and breakfasts at White Heron. Think vegan banana mocha muffins, rice crispy bars, and sweet potato burrito. In terms of sustainability, the company offsets a portion of its electrical usage with solar panels.
Authentic Mexican food in a fun atmosphere, Hermanos features many dairy substitutes, including vegan sour cream! They also offer seitan for main entrees and vegan enchilada options as well, but the specials change monthly so check with your server about current offers. (P.S. The refried beans are safe, too!)
Dos Amigos is simple, fresh, fast-casual food. And for vegans, their customizable menu makes it easy to add fillings like organic tofu, sweet potato fried with spices and agave, mushroom chorizo, or beans to your main entree.