Vegetarian Restaurants in Draper

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Nitrates and phosphates have no place at Grilla Bites. As a former organic farmer, Fred Marken founded Grilla Bites to serve and support his community with natural foods from local farmers. Free of hormones, growth stimulants, and other additives, his cornerstone all-natural sandwiches include chicken breast smothered in chipotle aioli and turkey layered atop avocado and soy bacon. The soy bacon strips also top burgers, which come with four patty options: veggie, organic tempeh, natural beef, and local, grass-fed bison. Vegetarian- and vegan-friendly options abound, including curried tofu sandwiches, a salad bar rife with locally grown fixings, and cheese quesadillas. To wash down organic feasts, the staff serves up organic juices, smoothies, and coffees.

49 E Gallivan Ave
Salt Lake City,
UT
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At 5 years old, Agave owner Lenny Garcia was already working alongside his father in the family’s Mexican restaurant. Gathering produce from the walk-in fridge and learning cherished family recipes by heart, he developed a deep-seated love of authentic Mexican cooking traditions. But it wasn’t until he studied alongside a chef in Guadalajara that he realized he could make those same family recipes without all of the saturated fats and oils.

When he took over the family business, Garcia updated the menu to bring together the best of both worlds. The restaurant promotes healthy eating while preserving the delicious tastes of Mexican cuisine, with MSG-free chipotle burritos, enchiladas a la crema, tostadas, and tacos made with cholesterol-free vegetable oils and organic ingredients. Guests feast on hearty steak fajitas, smoky chicken mole poblano, and slow-cooked pork carnitas, or sample seafood plates, such as spicy camarones a la diabla, or vegetarian mushroom chimichangas.

8745 S 700 E
Sandy,
UT
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The outside of Itto Sushi exists in Utah, but the interior is something straight out of Japan. A few well-placed decorative items?including Japanese paintings?add to the atmosphere, but the true journey across the Pacific comes through the food. The chefs prepare traditional Japanese cuisine, from sushi to bento boxes with the likes of salmon, chicken, and veggie tempura. More than a dozen specialty sushi rolls anchor the menu, including salmon crunch with panko shrimp, cucumber, and jalapeno pepper. To complement the food, waiters pour imported beer and sake, served both hot and anti-hot, also known as cold.

856 E Fort Union Blvd
Midvale,
UT
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Waffles both sweet and savory kick off the menu at Num Num Confiteria, where chefs top each golden grid with eggs and bacon, or combinations of whipped cream and cookie crumbles. The kitchen's repertoire also includes burgers on white or multigrain bread, fried from lean beef or turkey as well as paninis and herb-marinated greek chicken. The menu offers plentiful vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options as well. Num Num also keeps cookies and ice cream on hand for dessert, and packs freshly blended smoothies with protein and leafy greens.

400 S Main St.
Alpine,
UT
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We serve the most awesome PIZZA and well lots of other stuff of course too. Hmm, like pasta, hot sandwiches, sweet salads and breadsticks, sodas and beer and we take care of our wheat allergy folks by providing the YUMMIEST gluten free pizza and pasta and most importantly BEER!!!

1612 Ute Blvd
Park City,
UT
US

In an edgy, alloy-flanked space that earned the title of Best Pool Joint in Utah, Fats Grill's staff slings a menu of fresh burgers, wings, and American fare served alongside a slew of exhilarating entertainment. During lunch or dinner, protein-packed patties bundled in toasty sheepherder rolls don a range of tempting toppings alongside a warm helping of fries. Spicy jalapeños, cheddar-jack cheese, wing sauce, and barbecue sauce ignite the bacon-topped meat morsel of the TNT burger, and the hearty high rise of the Triple Decker piles three patties skyward to allow buns to draw complex cartography of tabletop trails. For dinner, couples or R&B trios that lost their baritones can split an appetizer of wings draped in sauce or zesty seasonings, and soft drinks, juice, and coffee maximize hydration. Duos conclude chew-a-thons with shared desserts such as cheesecake from the local Glaus French Pastry Shoppe or a root-beer float.

2182 S Highland Dr.
Salt Lake City,
UT
US