Rhode Island may be tiny but that doesn’t mean its selection of food options is tiny too. Whether you’re visiting this quaint coastal state or you’re a lifelong local, you’ll love these top Rhode Island vegan restaurants.
PiANTA is widely regarded as Providence’s favorite vegan spot. It’s also the first vegan restaurant on Providence’s Historic Federal Hill. Stop in to enjoy a trendy atmosphere and see why everyone loves the PiANTA cuisine.
You don’t have to be vegan to fall in love with the food at Root. This Newport natural food hotspot features vegan grain bowls, breakfast bowls, smoothies, and much more.
Middletown’s Sprout and Lentil is on a mission to create delicious food that anyone can enjoy. It’s not only 100% vegan but also kosher, and even people without dietary restrictions crave this local restaurant’s creations.
The name says it all: Plant City puts plants front and center. It’s the world’s first entirely plant-based food hall and marketplace, making it an epicenter of Providence’s vegan community and a place where you can find nearly endless plant-based variety.
Basil and Bunny is Bristol’s answer to all those who believe they have to give up their favorite foods to be vegan. This creative and adventurous local restaurant serves vegan versions of all the best foods, from burgers to chicken sandwiches to chocolate chip cookies.
Lucy Juicy is best known as an epic juice and smoothie bar, but that’s only the beginning of the story. It also has a full menu of plant-based food that vegans and non-vegans alike love, like oat bowls, avocado toast, and vegan grilled cheese.
If you’re in the Providence area and you haven’t tried Beatnic, be sure to put it on your to-visit list. This restaurant is a premier vegan eatery that knows plant-based food doesn’t have to compromise on flavor.
Sure, plenty of great vegan food can be served from humble food trucks and carts, but it doesn’t have to be. Foglia is a classy and sought-after restaurant that features a robust menu of plant-based cuisine that everyone can enjoy.
While many of the vegan restaurants on this list focus on plant-based meals, what do you do if you just need a little pick-me-up? If you’re in Middletown, The Power of Juice has exactly what you’re looking for. Not only does this local spot have a lineup of delicious and healthy juices but it offers vegan snacks from Not Your Mother’s Kitchen, like muffins, yeast bread, and more.
Vegan food doesn’t have to be dull. Veggie Fun knows how to make sure you have a great time with your next plant-based meal. Try out this popular pan-Asian vegan restaurant to see for yourself.