Vegetarian Restaurants in Saint Augustine

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Sweet Marlays' Coffee takes its moniker from the middle name that owner Tammy Kozinski shares with her four daughters and granddaughter. Visitors find members of the family hard at work behind the counter, brewing up coffee from hand-selected beans and baking delicious pastries and desserts. Guests sip coffee drinks spiked with Ghirardelli chocolate and butter pecan, or Irish cream and English toffee, pairing cups with homemade pastries, desserts, bagels, turkey-pesto paninis, and flaky-crust spinach pies.

110 S Beach St
Daytona Beach,
FL
US

For more than 30 years, Farah's on the Avenue has been marrying a Mediterranean mentality with an American palate in a bright atrium bursting with hanging plants and natural light. Barge in on bored taste buds fantasizing about unknown tongues with appetizers that include falafel fried to a crisp, arriving adjacent warm pita bread and tahini ($7.95), or hummus with submergible pita pieces ($6.95). Flatbread pizzas clamor for attention atop toasted pita crusts ($7.95), from the ornately dressed barbecue-chicken variety to the scantily clad margherita pizza in crust-exposing fresh basil, red onions, tomatoes, romano, feta cheese, and marinara sauce. Mediterranean pasta makes an appearance in a multitude of ways, topped with chicken ($13.95), shrimp ($15.95), or tofu ($13.95), and made to mingle with artichokes, garlic, capers, sundried tomatoes, and feta cheese drizzled with a concoction of white wine and olive oil that also happens to be a favorite among those looking for an olive-based wine-spritzer alternative.

1120 W University Ave
Gainesville,
FL
US

healthy eats in winter park right across from ROLLINS COLLEGE. we specialize in fresh gourmet wraps, salads, tacos, vegan soups and healthy smoothies. everything is homemade down to the salsas and salad dressings.

127 W Fairbanks Ave
Winter Park,
FL
US

Amid brick walkways and burnt-red walls, leaves rustle softly. Steam rises in the distance, then quietly disappears. One moment, this place emits smoky hints of cedar; the next, it teems with notes of ginger and cinnamon bark. This isn’t an idyllic college campus on a brisk autumn night. It’s Infusion Tea, a charming café on the balmy streets of Orlando. Sun streams through oversized windows, warming chilly scoops of gelato and triple-decker cream-cheese sandwiches. More than 70 types of tea—including blacks, greens, oolongs, and herbals—can be ordered hot or cool, like most jazz saxophone solos. Though they hail from faraway lands such as China, Japan, and South Africa, many of these teas are organic and fair-trade certified, reflecting values owner Christina Cowherd cultivated while traveling the world in the Peace Corps. Rare, premium teas such as gyokuro transport taste buds to new frontiers as well, whether nestled in a takeaway tin or steeped in a pot made for sharing in house.

1600 Edgewater Dr
Orlando,
FL
US

Heaping platters of steamed fish embellished with ginger and scallions, and piping vats of caramel shrimp and pork stew sit at the center of the table at Ánh Hồng Restaurant. Voted best of Yelp and a Zagat award winner, Ánh Hồng Restaurant serves up family-sized portions that encourage friends and relatives to indulge in not just traditional Vietnamese specialties, but also a shared dining experience. The family-style eatery caters to single and small group diners as well, whether they are vegetarians ready to dive into a pile of lemongrass tofu, or vigilant meat eaters enjoying pork fried rice or chicken pho, a popular Vietnamese soup. The menu also boasts plenty of options for dessert, including mango and strawberry smoothies and Vietnamese puddings made from fruit and fresh milk from the chef’s pet cow’s coconut.

1124 E Colonial Dr
Orlando,
FL
US

Slurp an 8-ounce cup of mushroom-brie soup ($2.69) or bite into a hearty honey-turkey wrap with colby jack, tomato, and mustard ($6.89). Green day's menu offers lettuce, veggies, and savory dressings spread out in a salad or rolled into a wrap. Fans of fiery flavors can try the buffalo chicken wrap tempered by cool gorgonzola ($6.89). Selections come sided with choice of veggie chips or broccoli crunch (florets flavored up by sunflower seeds and raisins). Energy seekers can rev up naturally with an antioxidant-rich guzzle of cool Via Blast ($4.89). Kids' options are also available.

1515 Lee Rd
Orlando,
FL
US