Restaurant Roundup: Treat Yourself to a Vegetarian Night Out!

November 27th, 2017


Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time to get back on a healthy track. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take a short break from cooking! We’ve rounded up some of the best restaurants from around the country that offer Meatless Monday. Not only can you eat plant-based this holiday season but you can support a local business that is doing its part to make their communities healthier! Here are some restaurants offering great vegetarian and vegan options every Monday:


Oddfellows (Seattle, Washington)

Oddfellows proudly supports Meatless Monday in an effort to make the world a healthier place. Just one of several plant-based meals offered at Oddfellows is a salad of baby greens with watermelon radish, gorgonzola & gooseberry-sherry honey vinaigrette. “It’s simple and delicious, and we hope our guests enjoy it as much as we do.”


Tallulah’s (Seattle, Washington)

Tallulah’s thinks every day can be meatless and is proud to be a part of Meatless Monday. They’ve created a vegetable-driven menu and on Monday’s they take it up notch. “Our recent favorite is a seared king trumpet mushroom dish with farro charred corn, zucchini ribbons, peas and ramp chermoula. We always enjoy eating our veggies at Tallulah’s, but especially when it’s for a good cause.”


Snarf’s Sandwiches/Snarfburger (Boulder, Colorado)

Jimmy Seidel’s two restaurant chains offer vegetarian and vegan options all the time but actively participate in Meatless Monday. Their vegetarian sandwiches include: the Cheese & Mushroom (sautéed mushrooms, American, Swiss and provolone cheeses topped with mayo, mustard, giardinera peppers, onion, lettuce, tomato, pickles, seasoning and oil), the Vegetarian (avocado, sprouts and provolone cheese topped with mayo, mustard, giardinera peppers, onion, lettuce, tomato, pickles, seasoning and oil), and Eggplant Parmesan (breaded eggplant cutlet, marinara sauce, Swiss, provolone and parmesan cheeses).


Yuzu (Lakewood, Ohio)

Yuzu’s Asian-inspired menu offers up Meatless Monday specials every week. Their vegetarian bowls are half-price and offered until 2:00 AM. The bowls – which come in Indian-style and Tex-Mex options – can also include cauliflower rice for a small added charge!


Plant Power (San Diego, California)

Plant Power is a vegetarian restaurant every day of the week, but it boasts several customers who aren’t vegetarian or vegan at all. It has become a destination for Meatless Monday diners as well as others who are eager to try a better-for-you, fast food option. In addition to using natural, plant-based ingredients, Plant Power is also dedicated to using only biodegradable materials for their packaging, utensils, and dishes.


If you have a favorite restaurant in your hometown that follows Meatless Monday, we want to know about it! Contact us at info@meatlessmonday.com. We’d love to put them in the spotlight. And if you have a place that might want to try Meatless Monday, you can find more information on our site.