Vegetarian Restaurants in Oneida

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Syracuse New Times readers named Strong Heart Cafe Best Vegetarian Restaurant. It was also mentioned in USA Today as one of New York's healthy restaurants and featured in NewsHouse. Yelpers give it a 4.5 star average. Nearly 1,900 Facebookers are fans of the restaurant.

719 E Genesee St
Syracuse,
NY
US

At the helm of Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant?s kitchen is a chef with more than 28 years perfecting his craft. The chef?s range of Indian recipes is exhaustive, from aloo dum?stuffed potatoes cooked in a light spicy sauce?to chicken kali mirch simmered in a curry sauce. The kitchen?s tandoor clay oven cooks marinated shrimp, lamb, and stuffed breads at a temperature high enough to reshape the hairstyle of anyone who gets too close.

60 Genesee Street
New Hartford,
NY
US

Watching the game with a drink in hand or cruising the menu after a round of trivia, visitors at Mixer's Grill are presented with a host of options once they enter the bar and restaurant's confines. Crack the menu for meals such as hand-breaded and fried boneless wings, house-marinated steaks, unique salads, and enticing sandwich and wrap options.

5840 Bridge Street
East Syracuse,
NY
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Jitters cafe's tasty breakfast, lunch, and dinner offerings are made from scratch using as many natural and organic ingredients as possible. Start your morning with a gourmet coffee creation or a smoothie paired with a toasty Belgian waffle. Midday munchers can enjoy a variety of salads, sandwiches, and freshly prepared soups, taking breaks between bites to play checkers, scrabble, or to swallow. Jitters hosts an open mic from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays and features acoustic entertainment during the same evening hours on weekends.

418 Geyser Rd
Ballston Spa,
NY
US

While you could smell the pizzas from Spa City Pizza being delivered to area hotels or even to peckish fans at the race track, you'll most likely encounter it at the source. And that source is easy to find, not just by smell, but also thanks to its iconic location: the pink store in downtown Saratoga. There, the scent of classic and gluten-free pizzas sizzling in the brick oven mixes with the aromatic effects of herbs being mixed into the shop's Italian dishes and sandwiches. Chefs bake a full complement of dishes, ranging from Italian entrees all the way to their homemade desserts.?Indulge in fettuccine alfredo and baked ziti with meat sauce or enjoy a meatball parmesan sub with a side of curly fries. And for those who want pizza, they can choose from a selection of speciality pies such as chicken marsala, hawaiian, or buffalo chicken, or can create their own with a variety of toppings. There is one thing, however, you won't smell baking at the shop: bread. The staff instead chooses to turn to the experts at a local bakery to create the pizzeria's supply of fresh loaves of bread, grown and harvested daily.

119 Clinton Street
Saratoga Springs,
NY
US