Vegetarian Restaurants in Country Club


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Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown serves up Kosher meals bookended by bagels for breakfast and pizza later in the day. Breakfast brings a flurry of entrees that go beyond typical day starters with skakshuka (eggs cooked in a veggie sauce) and a bagel platter with smoked salmon and the works. But the variety doesn't end there. Throughout the day, housemade focaccia bread still warm from the oven becomes the base for sandwiches stuffed with Mediterranean treats like fried eggplant, hardboiled eggs, and hummus. Chefs also build plates of pasta and a fish specialties, including pecan-encrusted salmon. If that's not enough inspiration to eat every meal here for the rest of your life, two dozen kosher sushi rolls keep the party going and signature pizzas pop out of the oven with toppings like spicy tuna or pesto sauce.
93 NW 1st St.
Miami,
FL
US
Though the dining room of Sake Room Express fills with the spicy and citrusy aromas of Japanese soups and steaming hot appetizers, the main attraction?sushi?doesn't steam at all. A spread of 26 rolls, with or without rice, ranges from the more traditional lemon-tuna roll to eclectic creations such as the Black Hawk roll, which combines shrimp tempura, cream cheese, asparagus, and spicy honey-lemon mayo. Cooked entrees, such as skewers of teriyaki-marinated or katsu-style breaded steak and chicken fresh from the grill, bring a different kind of heat.
426 SW 8th St
Miami,
FL
US
Sugar addicts will find just what they're looking for at Granny Feelgood's. Health nuts will be pleased with the menu at Granny Feelgood's, which includes a number of fresh, nutritious items. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Granny Feelgood's. Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Granny Feelgood's' beautiful outdoor seating area. Show up in sneakers or a suit at Granny Feelgood's, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance. Granny Feelgood's can also cater your next party; call today for details. Drivers can find a space for their wheels on the street when dining at the restaurant's W Flagler St business. Snacks, nibbles, and treats are all priced reasonably here. Head on over to Granny Feelgood's first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Granny Feelgood's is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
25 W Flagler St
Miami,
FL
US
Sister to a Jerusalem restaurant, Beit Burger cooks up all kinds of kosher Mediterranean and Israeli cuisine. All baked goods here are Pas Yisroel, and the meats and poultry are glatt kosher as well. The chefs craft a menu filled with falafel, chicken liver, shawarma, schnitzels, and more. They can also customize catering menus for special events such as birthdays, cocktail parties, office parties, luncheons, and meetings.
16 West Flagler Street
Miami,
FL
US
Everything seems to glisten at Freshko Gourmet, from the polished stone floors and shiny wood tables to the freshly iced desserts resting inside glass stands. To pair with these sweet treats, Freshko's baristas prepare hot and iced coffee and espresso drinks that give patrons a pleasant jolt, unlike licking a battery. Other offerings include salads, crepes, and sandwiches, which customers can take to go or eat at one of the indoor or outdoor tables.
228 SE 1st St
Miami,
FL
US
As its name implies, NY Bagels and Deli equips customers with all the stacked sandwiches and freshly baked bagels one would expect from a New York City deli. In the morning, cream cheese, lox, and eggs rest between bagel halves. In the afternoon, it's corned beef, baked ham, and salami. Even leafy salads, filled with grilled chicken and dried fruit, come with a choice of a bagel or bagel chips. Hot and cold coffee drinks, as well as more than a dozen smoothies, accompany dishes such as pizza and wings—two recent additions to the menu.
41 Southeast 5th Street
Miami,
FL
US
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