Vegetarian Restaurants in Middletown

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Garden Grille Cafe’s menus are stacked with delicious American-style food offerings designed to meet the hungry demands of vegetarians, vegans, and anti-gluten demonstrators. Introduce your stomach to vegan vittles with the gluten-free grilled sweet potatoes ($6), the vegan-friendly and gluten-free soybean pod sustenance of edamame ($6), or Grandma Reggie’s raw heaven salad ($10), a concoction of arugula, mango, avocado, grapefruit, beet-infused jicama, cashew gomasio, and homemade dressing. Lunch lovers can munch on a vegan BLT ($7) with tofu "bacon" and chipotle sauce, while dinner derring-doers can opt for the Buddha Bowl ($15), filled with grilled tofu, tempeh, organic brown rice, and fresh veggies, or a roasted butternut-squash quesadilla ($10) with black beans, jack cheese, and a salsa side. Guests who show up on Sundays from 9 a.m.–3 p.m. can enjoy the brunch menu, which unifies the chronologically asunder meals with vegan French toast ($8), the Garden Grille omelet ($8), and pancake stacks ($6–$7).

727 East Ave
Pawtucket,
RI
US

The health-conscious confectioners at Wildflour Vegan Bakery and Juice Bar craft baked goods and beverages using locally sourced organic ingredients and unrefined sweeteners. Silence the incessant chatter of sweet teeth with a chocolate chip scone ($2.25), or infuse taste buds with wheat-free pep through gluten-free banana coconut muffins ($2.25 each). A frosty vegan-ice-cream milkshake($5) cools steaming palates after a long day of heated conversations and emotional fire-eating. A smoothie and juice bar dispenses freshly-squeezed fruit and veggie nectar in sippables such as the verdant avocolada green smoothie, which merges avocado, coconut water, and vanilla ($7). Parched talk-boxes can hungrily drink in a beverage menu chockablock with coffee, tea, and agave-sweetened lavender lemonade ($4 for a small, $5 for a large).

727 East Ave
Pawtucket,
RI
US

Lauded by Daily Candy for accommodating raw and vegan diners, Prana Restaurant balances native temperatures with mouthwatering flavors in organic and gluten-free dishes. After being greeted by fresh hair streaming through wide-flung windows, diners dip flora-favoring taste buds into garlic, veggie, or fig balsamic pizza on naan crust ($10). Chefs trade off gluten-rich pasta for ribbons of zucchini in the pesto primavera entree, served raw or slightly warm with spinach, a seasonal garden medley, and almond-and-cashew cream sauce ($16). Chard leaves or chia-seed shells trump humdrum tortillas in a lunchtime burrito that bulges to bursting with vegetables, beans, guacamole, sour cream, and salsa ($12). Refuel after fatigue-inducing feasts or all-night model-UN deliberations by chugging a coconut-rich SuperCharger smoothie tinged with cacao, dates, and cashews ($9.75).

292 Centre St
Newton,
MA
US

According to Denise Taylor of the Boston Globe, the "scrupulously vegan" Peace o' Pie eatery is run by vegan foodies who "refuse to skimp on taste," adding that Daiya’s "tapioca-based mozzarella lives up to all the hype. It really does stretch, brown, and satisfy in a way close to real cheese." The pizza's dairy-free cheese—along with other fresh ingredients and totally vegan ingredients—have garnered rave reviews from diners and critics alike. The intimate gourmet bistro was the first runner-up in PETA's national Best Vegan Pizza awards, and the Phoenix bestowed it with the Best Restaurant, Veggie award in 2011, predicting that "even carnivores will be impressed." Peace o' Pie has also earned six awards on CityVoter, including being named the Best Vegan restaurant in 2010 and 2011 and a top finalist in the Best Pizza-Slice and Best Pizza-Upscale categories in 2011.

In addition to using ethically minded ingredients on the menu, the vegan owners avoid honey and refined sugars, and opted to use eco-friendly materials during the building's remodel. They chose a sustainably produced bamboo counter front, a countertop of 100% recycled office paper, and ceiling tiles with 65% recycled content. The team also uses compostable, biodegradable packaging and supplies and illuminates the space with energy-saving light bulbs wherever possible.

487 Cambridge St
Allston,
MA
US

Every pizza at World Famous Pizza & Subs is made from scratch, starting with the dough that cooks toss and shape by hand into pies that stretch up to 22 inches across. From linguiça to freshly cut broccoli, customizable combinations of classic ingredients top individual slices and entire New York–style pies alike. Popular pizzeria eats such as chicken-finger subs, cheese-stuffed burgers, and pastas smothered in housemade sauces round out the menu. On weekends, World Famous caters to the late-night crowd by delivering until 3 a.m. and keeping its dining room open until 3:30 a.m.

1114 Acushnet Ave
New Bedford,
MA
US

Outside, gaslight-style lamps and the gilded lettering spelling out Mile & a Quarter Restaurant recall an old English pub; inside, the eatery has a 1940s vibe. Tiffany-style pendant lighting hovers over tables surrounded by deep leather seating. Dark-wood wainscoting beneath exposed-brick walls give the space a warm feel as diners gather to break bread over classic American food. Marinara sauce is crafted in-house and ladled over veal and chicken parmigiano, while roasted chicken rests in natural au jus. The paella dish draws together a sea-faring party including clams, mussels, and shrimp tossed in rice simmered in a seafood broth.

334 South Water Street
Providence,
RI
US