Miami Roundup

Recently, I took a trip to Miami for some R and R in the warm weather. Here, I break down everything I ate, and share some pro tips on eating vegan in .

L'Artisane ($$, vegan)
pain au chocolat + chocolate hazelnut croissant + curry empanada + scrambled tofu croissant with a side salad
Pro tip: Don't you dare skip this place even if it's out of your way. It's life changing--believe the hype!

Plant Theory ($$, vegan)
Southern Baked Artichik'n Burger
Pro Tip: It's a weird location located in a hotel lobby and patio! Food is good (super unique to have a breaded artichoke burger!), but not incredible.

Love Life Cafe at Time Out Market ($$, vegan)
Arepa with black bean sofrito, avocado, cilantro aioli sauce + kale salad with parm crumble, and lemon garlic dressing + warm brownie a la mode
Pro tip: The brownie is warm. It's a must try.

Paletas Manhattan at Lincoln Eatery ($, vegan-friendly)
Walnut paleta
Pro tip: Nutty and creamy...a winnin combo!

Full Bloom ($$$, vegan)
Pasta special with creamy mushroom sauce + Jackfruit platter with cheeze sauce, fennel au gratin, spinach, quinoa, and potatoes
Pro Tip: The jackfruit and fennel are 10 out of 10. However, this is the priciest location on the list, skip if you're on a budget!

The Salty Donut ($$, vegan-friendly)
Cardomom pear yeast donut
Pro Tip: Be prepared to stand in a long line--there is one vegan option on rotation, so check it isn't sold out before you wait!

Tran An at St. Roch Market ($$, vegan-friendly)
Spicy curry tofu rice
Pro tip: Many of the vendors in St. Roch Market have labelled vegan options, so come hungry to sample a few. And, for gosh sake's, pick up dessert from Chef Chloe!

Chef Chloe and The Vegan Cafe ($$, vegan)
Sea Salt Chocolate Chip cookie

Rice ($$, vegan-friendly)
Make-your-own bowl
Pro Tip: Their website lists all the vegan options, check before you go! The charred carrot tahini must be tried!