Vegetarian Restaurants in Wedgewood


Select Local Merchants

  • Zaw Artisan Bake at Home Pizza
    There was once a pair of friends who shared the same name. These friends?the Gregs?also shared the belief that even casual food should be fresh. So they put their heads together to found Zaw Artisan Pizza in Seattle, where seasonal, organic, unique, local ingredients (endearingly referred to as "S.O.U.L.") top carefully crafted bake-at-home pies. Diners can watch over the counter as pizza artistes decorate traditional white, whole wheat, or gluten-free crusts with toppings such as free-range chicken breast, hearty spinach, and fresh artisan cheeses. Each pie leaves the shop unfrozen?as evidenced by the lack of freezers in the stores?to be baked to a golden crisp inside the customer's oven or backyard iron forge. To further their commitment to quality, the Gregs strive to source local ingredients from neighborhood farmers' markets whenever possible.
    Read More
    7320 35th Avenue Northeast
    Seattle, WA US
  • Heidelberg Haus
    In Focus: Heidelberg Haus Specialty: from-scratch German cuisine made with local and German ingredients Menu highlights: potato pancakes with applesauce, Jägerschnitzel with mushroom cream sauce, mussels with dark-beer sauce On tap: four German brews, including original and dark hefeweisse Other libations: German and Californian wines, as well as German spirits such as Schladerer Himbeergeist—a raspberry brandy Vibe: a dining room decorated with trinkets such as German toys and beer steins Hours: dinner from 5–10:30 p.m. everyday except Monday and Tuesday
    Read More
    2122 NE 65th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Thrive
    A health-food emporium, Thrive offers gluten-free, vegetarian, and 95% raw and organic meals. Along with its lush, natural inventory, Thrive offers local community members the tools to create meals from those foods on their own. From the kale-packed raw juices to the cooking-with-kale classes, Thrive aims to make healthy eating delicious by dispelling myths that eating kale is the first step in turning into a garden gnome. Monika Kinsman is the founder behind the scenes at Thrive, and she has always been ambitious. She drew inspiration as a child from her jet-setting single mom and entrepreneurial grandmother, and set her sights on joining the FBI after graduating high school. The unfortunate setbacks of her and her mother’s poor health momentarily altered her ambitions, opening her eyes to the healing powers of raw foods and the inspiration of community dining. Two master’s degrees and an internship with the FBI later, Monika realized that what she really wanted was to work for the betterment of herself and her community, and with that, Thrive was born.
    Read More
    1026 NE 65th St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Tempero Do Brasil
    Seafood stew and skewered meats are served fresh from the grill at Tempero Do Brasil, a Brazilian spot that will not disappoint. None of the fare at Tempero Do Brasil is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here. Order a bottle for the table if you like — Tempero Do Brasil has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more. Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at Tempero Do Brasil, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining. Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Tempero Do Brasil's beautiful outdoor seating area. Casual dining at its best, Tempero Do Brasil customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. Tempero Do Brasil can also cater your next party; call today for details. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Tempero Do Brasil's cooking from the comfort of their own home. Guests take to street parking at Tempero Do Brasil's University Way NE spot. The menu at Tempero Do Brasil is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30.
    Read More
    5628 University Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Sunlight Cafe
    Sunlight Cafe: A User’s Guide Seattle’s Oldest Vegetarian Restaurant | Grilled Nutburgers | Kalani Espresso | Housemade Baked Goods Sample Menu Brunch: eggless Sesame Crunch waffle with Vermont maple syrup Lunch: Nutburger, a grilled patty of roasted nuts and veggies topped with cheddar on a seven-grain bun Dinner: fresh-herb risotto with seasonal organic vegetables, organic arborio rice, and parmesan What to Drink Kalani espresso and coffee—organic, shade grown, fair trade, and locally roasted Additive-free beer and wine, both a buck off during happy hour Where to Sit: Grab a table in the south dining room to soak up the sunlight streaming through the large windows or station yourself at the bar to watch chefs whip up your meal. When to Visit: Weekend brunch gets busy fast, so arrive early to avoid the wait—a good rule of thumb in general since Sunlight doesn’t take reservations. While You’re Waiting Scope out the regularly changing paintings on the walls, all made by local artists. Free WiFi lets guests peruse the internet on their mobile device or the desktop PC they cart around in a wagon. Inside Tips The kitchen is meat-free, but not vegan; most dishes can be made vegan upon request. The cookies, breads, and pies are made in-house without refined sweeteners Try the famous lemon-tahini dressing. You can also pick up a bottle to take home on your way out. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Learn why all that glitters isn’t it gold—because some of it is glass—at Alexander’s Bead Bazaar (6307 Roosevelt Way NE) After: Swing into The Atlantic Crossing (6508 Roosevelt Way NE) for Irish whiskey and English Premier soccer.
    Read More
    6403 Roosevelt Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pizza Pi Vegan Pizzaria
    In Focus: Pizza Pi Vegan Pizzeria Specialties: vegan pizzas, subs, and pastas Claim to fame: The restaurant’s owner asserts that this is the nation’s first all-vegan pizzeria. Most-confounding menu item: the No-Meatball Sub Fanciest pizza: the Hoity-Toity topped with spinach-artichoke sauce, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and faux-chicken strips Best reason to save room for dessert: the chocolate-peanut-butter pie Restaurant motto: “So good it’s irrational”
    Read More
    5500 University Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
Advertisement