Brick and Mortar
Bloc 11, Union Square
Herrell's Allston cafe has vegan blueberry pancakes and french toast, at Brighton and Harvard.
Peace o' Pie is a delicious vegan pizza place that took the place of the old TJ Scallywaggle's.
Bad Dawgs: Has veggie dogs.
Jack and the Bean Bowl: Vegetarian and vegan cart in Back Bay near Copley from 11:30am - 2:00pm W-F.
http://www.auduboncircle.us/menu.html near Hawthorne
Al Dente is pretty good. Noisy. Gluten-free menu.
Friendly Toast in Kendall Square has lots of vegetarian options and some vegan ones.
http://moksarestaurant.com/ — Patricia Yeo's restaurant. Interesting looking cocktails.
Rendevouz — great vegan options, good cocktails. Central square.
Fiore's Bakery and Cafe 55 South Street Jamaica Plain (Boston) 617-524-9200 Haven't tried it yet but I want to.
Vee Vee has 3-course vegan fixed price menus every Wednesday for $25. And craft beers all the time.
Jamjuli: 1203 Walnut St, Newton Highlands, MA 02461, (617) 965-5655. Pretty good Thai food; quite a few vegetarian selections. I had the Erawan curry with tofu, which was good but probably had some fish sauce in it.
Haley House Bakery Cafe: Has vegan African Sweet Potato Peanut soup, and vegan muffins. 12 Dade Street, Dudley Square.
Deluxe Town Diner has vegan pancakes and waffles, plus vegetarian sausage and great home fries.
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