Sandy Springs has a variety of vegetarian and vegan restaurants that make eating out worry-free for those who have a plant-based diet or have other dietary restrictions. There is no shortage of fresh, friendly, and fast options for visitors and residents alike. Check out these six spots to grab a vegetarian meal:


1. Flower Child

Flower Child is a modern quick-service eatery that has food as Instagram-worthy as it is delicious. They serve up healthy and colorful bowls made from scratch that are perfect for anyone on the Mediterranean, Paelo, or Keto diets. With the option to add a protein of your choice, their bowls are great for vegetarians and meat eaters alike.


Keep calm and curry on! Warm up to a comforting bowl of our Madras Yellow Curry today. 🌼

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2. Plant Based Pizzeria 

With a 100% vegan menu, Plant Based Pizzeria became a local favorite pizza place with their first location in Atlanta. They recently expanded into Sandy Springs in hopes of providing the community with its first vegan sports bar. They serve pizza, calzones, flatbreads, sandwiches, and more.  


3. Loving Hut

Loving Hut Vegan Cuisine is an international chain of vegan restaurants that serves up veggie-filled dishes in over 35 countries. They offer an assortment of soups, noodle dishes, and classic American fare like hotdogs and hamburgers with a vegan twist.


4. Strive Foods

Though its storefront is new, Strive Foods has been providing metro Atlanta with fresh and colorful plant-based dishes for several years. They are passionate about offering flavorful and nourishing food made from Georgia-grown ingredients. Their offerings change frequently based on what is in season, but if you are lucky they might have vegan doughnuts available!


5. FuegoMundo

This Latin and South American restaurant offers both vegan and meat dishes that are sure to please everyone in your group. While FuegoMundo specializes in kosher wood-fired grilled steaks, they offer multiple meat-free options like their tofu steak or their Mediterranean veggie burger.


6. JINYA Ramen

If you are a little burnt out on salad and looking for something nice and warm, JINYA Ramen should be at the top of your list of restaurants to visit. Not only do they offer a long list of veggie toppings for their ramen, but they also have vegan buns, vegan tacos, and other vegetarian small plates and entrees.


These six restaurants are just the tip of the iceberg lettuce. Many Sandy Springs restaurants have vegetarian or vegan meals on their menus. Check out our restaurant listings to learn more about the food scene in Sandy Springs.