Looking for the best vegetarian restaurants around? Whether you’re a vegan, a vegetarian or a pescatarian, you can still tantalize your taste buds with mouth-watering favorites and unique chef creations from these great local spots.
Our picks for the top vegetarian spots in the area
February 24, 2009
Best organic vegetarian. With tons of organic salads, noodles, sushi and more, this award-winning Northern Virginia restaurant lives up to "Good to be vegetarian" motto.
Best vegetarian coffeehouse. This eco cafe offers lighter food fare in addition to a variety of organic coffees, teas and "raw" desserts.
Best vegetarian Thai. When it comes to Thai favorites and tofu (and lots of it!), this Eden Center favorite does it right.
Best vegetarian Indian. Considering they make up more than 70% of the world's vegetarians, Indians know their no-meat dishes and Woodlands cooks up a variety of the best Southeast Asia has to offer.
Best "cheap" vegetarian. This Chinese place in Rockville offers some of the cheapest vegetarian food around, without sacrificing quality or atmosphere.
Best vegetarian pizza. Tired of pepperoni? Siena's is an all vegetarian pizzeria that uses healthier vegetarian alternatives such as soy and fresh vegetables on their pies.
Best Southern-style vegetarian. A dream restaurant for vegetarians that love southern cooking but don't want to lose the "soul" in their food.
Best modern chic vegetarian food. Don't give up quality when you give up meat! Vegetate is the destination for all things both green, gourmet and fabulous.
Best vegetarian college hangout. Berwyn's organic, all-veg food attracts many College Park locals.
Best heart healthy vegetarian. This Garden serves vegetarian, vegan, organic and macrobiotic cuisine and has been Maryland's most award winning vegetarian restaurant over the past fifteen years. They were even named "heart healthy" by Suburban Hospital.
Best historic vegetarian. This vegetarian/vegan restaurant offers a great variety of herbivore-friendly food in a building built over 200 years ago that was used to house generals in the Civil War.
Are you a vegetarian? What's your favorite place to eat green?