Vegetarian Restaurants in Cooper City

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Without the use of animal products, the chefs at Gourmet Greenhouse raid Mother Nature's pantry to pile plates with healthy salads, savory sandwiches, drinks, and desserts. After discovering meat-free diets can lower the risk of disease and provide unconditional moral support to canine teeth, the founders inked a menu full of vegetarian, vegan, and raw delights. Creamy soups contain almond or rice milk instead of lacto-liquids ($4–$5), and almond-flaxseed meatballs wait to hatch in a squiggly nest of raw yellow spaghetti squash ($8).

5809 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood,
FL
US

Sublime is an innovative concept in vegetarian dining that's completely cholesterol-free but satisfies even the most devout carnivore. With an award-winning menu featuring natural and organic foods and spirits from around the globe, Sublime is one South Florida restaurant that truly lives up to its name.

1431 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

Falafel Bistro & Wine Bar cajoles the tahini-demanding bellies of vegetarians and omnivores alike with fresh wraps, salads, baguettes, and desserts, as well as a spectrum of Mediterranean specialties. Chef and owner Ilan Cohen slings traditional family meals straight from his native Israel onto the tables of his American bistro haven. Chickpea cheerleaders can form pyramids with one of many hummus-centered dishes, such as the sabih pita sandwich, with roasted eggplant and hard-boiled egg ($8), or the mahi-mahi beet wrap, rolled with sumptuous tiers of garbanzo mash, spinach, and alfalfa ($17).

5677 Coral Ridge Dr
Coral Springs,
FL
US

At The Last Carrot, fresh fruit, vegetables, and whole grain breads come together to feed the body and mind. Lean chicken, tuna, or tofu nudge up against shaved carrot slices and crunchy cucumber inside the welcoming embrace of a whole-wheat pita sandwich. Diners also dip into freshly made bean soups, or slather snacks in homemade peanut butter. The health food enclave also offers a colorful mélange of freshly squeezed juices, including acai, wheatgrass, and a frothy blend of carrot juice spiked with sweet strawberry, papaya, and mango.

3133 Grand Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Every Saturday rain or shine, Glaser Organic Farms hosts the Coconut Grove Organic Market, a vegan-leaning outdoor market. Each week the farm offers an array of organic vegetables, fruits and prepared vegan foods that are prepared at the farm. These offerings include cashew butter, homemade salad dressings and fruit pies, while a big draw is the macadamia and cashew nut milk ice creams. For anyone looking to do more than just take home the ingredients of their next meal, a hefty salad bar, wraps, and a great assortment of prepared foods can be purchased and eaten at the market’s many picnic tables. In addition to the farm’s own offerings, there are many small local vendors who sell spices, beans, soaps and juices. Be sure to wear shoes you don’t mind scuffing up, because the market is held in a vacant lot.

3300 Grand Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Shing Wang Restaurant may not have the traditional Chinese flair in décor, but one can still enjoy the delightful menu. Although it offers such favorites as vegetable spring rolls, crispy soy chicken, chicken lo mein and lemongrass chicken, it’s mostly frequented for its Taiwanese bubble teas. The bubble tea comes in two sizes – regular and large – and can be made in a variety of ways, to suit the open-minded tea drinker. Flavors include almond, papaya, lychee, black sesame, coffee, green tea and passion fruit, nearly all of which are fan favorites with a certain segment of the locals who frequent Shing Wang. The interior is simple, with lots of mirrors, blonde wooden café tables and tile flooring, making takeout orders the most popular option.

237 NE 167th St
Miami,
FL
US