La dieta empieza ya. Diet starts now.

Maybe you’re trying to be good (just cause new year, new you) or maybe you’re feeling guilty. Hey, we hear you, the holidays are rough. All you want to do is stuff your face with abuela’s lechon and tio’s maduritos. Regardless, we think you should have this list handy when you’re looking to eat plant-based.

Blue Collar
Neighborhood: Little Haiti
We cheated on this one. It’s not all plant-based but they have a fab vegetarian corner on their menu. If you’re going with a friend that eats meat this is a win-win situation. They’ll want to try the dry-aged cheeseburger or the pulled pork benedicts.

Corn with Piquillo Peppers, Citrus, Chives and Garlic ??❤??❤

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Della inside the Wynwood Yard
Neighborhood: Wynwood
A menu centered around plant-based bowls that are gluten-free, processed sugar-free, dairy-free, and peanut-free. Personalize your own bowl or select one from Della’s “favorite bowl” section.

Neighborhood: Multiple locations
With one location in Brickell and two in Miami Beach, Dirt, a Non-GMO establishment has raised the bar for plant-based, fast-casual eateries. Serving organic, grass-fed meats, vegetarian and vegan fare and gluten-free dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

It’s Friday, come by and “toast” to the weekend ? #eatDIRT #eattoast

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Eden in Eden
Neighborhood: Silver Bluff (according to Google its basically in Coral Way)
Who knew the French could be vegetarian? Check out this place for vegetarian quiches and crrêpes.

Fufi Restaurant
Neighborhood: Buena Vista (adjacent to the Design District)
They’ve got chorizo and bean empanadas and guess what? They’re vegan. Come for the empanadas, stay for the vegan pizza and tacos.

Full Bloom
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
When your friend says, “I want my vegan food with a view.”Get your mushroom kelp noodles and jackfruit ropa vieja here. Oye, sidenote: got to love Miami for making jackfruit ropa vieja a thing.

Glam Vegan
Neighborhood: Midtown
Okay, so, kelp noodles and jackfruit “meat” are trending here too. The latter comes as tacos al pastor while the noodles are boosting bold ginger and coconut flavors. They also carry plant-based soup options, toasts, bowls, and more.

Manna Life Food
Neighborhood: Downtown

Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner (a lo gringo cause they close at 7 PM), Manna has an extensive menu for veggie lovers. We caught our eye: Seaweed-based nori wraps and superfood arepas.

Soul Tavern
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Plant-based gastropub serving up comfort. We want you to try their black bean/maduro burger and banh-mi bbq sliders. Open for brunch and dinner.

Neighborhood: Miami Beach
The plant-based restaurant concept originally from Toronto opened its first U.S. location in early 2018. The menu includes cauliflower tots, crab cakes, the planta burger, coconut ceviche and the 18 carrot dog (clever). In addition to the 100% plant-based fare, the restaurant offers cold-press cocktails, juices, and shots made of unique flavor combinations.

Craving our famous Habibi Salad? ?‍♀️

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