Vegetarian Restaurants in Harvey

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In an effort to find a healthy alternative to fast food without sacrificing speediness, the creators of Pita Pit began assembling their signature sandwiches for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night snacks. At each location, thin, Lebanese-style pitas encircle lean, grilled meats and fresh veggies. Sandwich selections span the spectrum from gyro meat and falafel to turkey and prime rib. The staff empowers customers to make healthy choices by displaying nutrition information for each bread, meat, and post-meal toothpick and corralling a selection of healthy sandwiches, which dining companions can wash down with fruit smoothies.

5800 Magazine St
New Orleans,
LA
US

Summon the senses out of bed with the efficiency of a rooster with an alarm clock with Oceana's kicky menu of morning tastes. Try the Cajun omelette ($12.50), with spicy seasonings, mushrooms, and onions, or maw maw's Cajun breakfast ($12), packed with bacon, ham, shrimp, eggs, and rice. Crêpes ($15–$18) call out to lovers of foldable fare with the St. Marie (spinach, cheddar, chicken, and hollandaise) and the St. James (shrimp, crabmeat, onions, red peppers, and cheese). Midday grub includes fried-catfish po’ boys ($9.50), classic cheeseburgers ($9.50), and crab-cake burgers ($9.50). Louisiana-style dinner entrees such as the grilled ahi-tuna "la boheme" topped with barbecued shrimp and served with sautéed veggies ($20) and smoked duck sided with potatoes and vegetables ($21) take care of heartier appetites.

739 Conti St
New Orleans,
LA
US

City Greens' team of chefs and farmers nurture heads of baby bibb lettuce and leaves of kale in hydroponic gardens, where they are safeguarded from pesticides and soil contaminants before blossoming into the eatery's signature salads. Behind a tiled mosaic counter, staffers mingle seasonal and locally sourced ingredients into salads inspired by a vision of sustainability, freshness, and fashion statements from the Garden of Eden, dousing them with more than 11 dressings, such as fig balsamic vinaigrette and truffle caesar. Soups du jour round out the menu alongside hearty wraps, kombucha, and specialty juices. Light from mod silver pendant lamps glints off the dining room's chrome-accented furniture, offset by vivid green walls, a big-screen TV, and colorful paintings of geometric shapes.

909 Poydras St, Ste 125
New Orleans,
LA
US

3 Potato 4 celebrates an unsung superfood—the potato—with gourmet versions of oven-baked fries loaded with sauces such as sun-dried-tomato-pesto ketchup, wasabi-ginger mayo, and thai chili. Guests pick from their choice of russet, red-skin, sweet-potato, and purple potatoes or warm their gullets with a host of organic vegan soups and chilies. A plethora of '50s-era sci-fi decorations surround visitors, forming a whimsical backdrop to potato snacks loaded with vitamin A, fiber, and potassium.

2727 South Broad Street
New Orleans,
LA
US

Often referred to as simply "The Pie," The Original Italian Pie has cropped up in various cities across Louisiana since its inception in 1992. The eatery specializes in gourmet pizzas, with predesigned pies like the garlic shrimp and chicken alfredo, as well as create-your-own varieties. The Italian eats also extend to oven-baked sandwiches, pastas, calzones, and dessert.

405 Belle Terre Boulevard
La Place,
LA
US

When faced with time off after graduating from Southeastern Louisiana University, Maggie DiMaggio took to baking cake after cake in her own kitchen. Seeing the potential in her baked treats, she soon began taking weekly pilgrimages to the Mandeville farmers' market to sell her cupcakes and fine breads. As the popularity of her creations grew, the special orders began pouring in—so many, in fact, that she had to open a storefront just to manage the demand.

That storefront soon evolved from its humble beginnings into The Chocolate Vine, a European-style bakery that also houses an intimate café. To foster a cozy, inviting atmosphere, Maggie furnishes the small eatery with tables and chairs from local antique stores and regularly applies a fresh coat of buttercream icing to the walls. When not crafting almond-, strawberry-, and chocolate-infused cakes , she cooks light lunches with fruits and vegetables from a local produce stand. Maggie also graciously opens up her wine cellar for regular tastings, during which guests sip on eight glasses of her finest reserves.

129 E Pine St
Ponchatoula,
LA
US