Vegetarian Restaurants in Andersonville


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  • Jerry's Sandwiches
    There’s no Jerry at Jerry’s. Owners Mark Bires and Mindy Friedler chose the moniker as an homage to Jerry Garcia, whose freewheeling spirit they evidently share, given that they’ve traveled the country sampling sandwiches ranging from Chicago's italian beefs to Philly's cheesesteaks, from New Orleans's po boys to New England’s lobster rolls. It’s easy to see the influence of their journeys on the eatery’s menu, a staggering array of more than 100 regional and ethnic sandwiches that could make a magic 8 ball cloud over from indecision. Root-beer-glazed ham, beef tenderloin, and fried tofu are but a few of the sandwiches’ centerpieces, their flavors accented by offerings such as fried green tomatoes and grilled asparagus. Diners can also customize their own creations from a board filled with meats, veggies, and 10 different bread options. Hand-formed burgers, rustic-cut fries, and decadent desserts add weight to the menu like an extra stripe adds weight to a zebra. At the eatery's bar, diners scan rows of roughly 200 American craft beers accessible by bottle or tap, and they savor a selection of 70 American whiskeys. When the digital jukebox needs a break, Jerry's hosts live music, the catchy tunes of which slither through door cracks and out to the outdoor dining area.
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    5419 North Clark Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Kopi A Travelers Cafe
    Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Kopi A Travelers Cafe will perk you right up. The menu also includes a number of vegan items. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Kopi A Travelers Cafe just as much as mom and dad. Enjoy the cool summer breezes on Kopi A Travelers Cafe's seasonally available outdoor seating. The dress code is strictly casual at Kopi A Travelers Cafe, so come as you are (and as you are comfortable). You can also grab your food to go. If driving doesn't appeal, you can take public transportation, with a nearby stop at Berwyn (Red). You can leave your car curbside with nearby street parking. A visit to Kopi A Travelers Cafe will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Kopi A Travelers Cafe's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
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    5317 N Clark St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Turkish Cuisine
    Turkish Cuisine owner Engin Cardak invites diners to watch an open kitchen where six Turkish chefs flame-kiss shrimp, eggplant, lamb, and beef into an array of sumptuous Turkish dishes. Amid red-brick walls and kilim weavings, groups can sop up chickpea and eggplant purees with fresh, oven-baked breads from the in-house bakery. Diners unskewer charcoal-grilled meats and peppers from shish kebabs for ease of dunking in yogurt sauces. The 100-seat dining room pulses to the tunes of Turkish pop music, and belly dancers fill weekends with a jangling of hips unheard of since Elvis took the stage with his pockets full of butterscotch candy.
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    5605 N Clark St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Lalibela
    It’s hard to find chefs more modest than those at Lalibela, who claim that their injera bread and hand-wrapped spinach sambusas are par for the course as far as Ethiopian cuisine is concerned. _Centerstage _ feels otherwise, noting a suspicion that the humble kitchen crew “must be harboring some secret spices in the back.” No corkage fee.
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    5633 North Ashland Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Loving Hut Chicago
    At Loving Hut’s 200 worldwide outposts, chefs stand by their mission to serve all-vegan fare made from wholesome, plant-based ingredients. The Chicago branch honors the Windy City’s staple sandwich with their Eden Dog, a vegan sausage topped with pickles, relish, onions, and mustard.
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    5812 North Broadway
    Chicago, IL US
  • Silver's Seafood Restaurant
    Despite its Uptown location, Silver Seafood is a slice of Chinatown with the expansive menu--actually, two menus--to prove it. The kitchen staff is comprised of native Chinese who use traditional Cantonese recipes to flavor more than 100 seafood, rice, noodle, poultry, and beef dishes spread across a regular and an American-Chinese menu. Reviewers on PBS wttw's Check, Please! insist on ordering from the regular menu and unanimously praise Silver Seafood for its balanced soups, ample entrees, and attentive service. When preparing family-style feasts, co-owners Howard Tran and Bill Doung use only the freshest ingredients available, a fact that becomes readily apparent as live lobsters, fish, and crabs swim around the dining room's set of tanks.
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    4829 North Broadway Street
    Chicago, IL US

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