Live offers a great raw and cooked vegan menu. And it's a really nice dining space, with a large patio in the back. They have a large selection of smoothies and juices that each include at least one ingredient you've never heard of or definitely don't have at home. They're licensed, which is really nice because it allows you to satisfy the health nuts and those looking for a classy evening meal all at once. See Menu.
It's one of the best all-around vegan eateries in the city. The establishment is simple and clean. The atmosphere is fun and welcoming and the food is amazing. It's a little pricey but worth it considering they're a specialty vegan, organic, and nut free restaurant.
Everything at Camros is organic, vegetarian, gluten free, sugar and dairy free. Another great thing about Camros is that all the ingredients for specials are listed next to the names so those with allergies, sensitivities or on detoxes can choose accordingly. Camros is closed on weekends and is more of a lunch counter/walkup spot. See Menu.
The Beet offers a wide selection of salads, burgers, sandwiches, and wraps, almost all of which are made entirely from local and organic ingredients. For those of you who have restrictive diets, The Beet offers a number of vegan and vegetarian options, and all of their sandwiches and wraps can be made with gluten-free or multi-grain bread. See Menu.
Sadie's is the vegetarian or vegan's go-to diner in Toronto. Accept no substitute! Gloriously kitsch decor, friendly servers, and a great variety of customers makes this one of the favourite weekend-morning hangs for brunch. See Menu.
This place is great! Everything is natural and the people who work there are knowledgable and friendly. Good raw, vegan, gluten free options. Super friendly, excellent food, creative and really well thought-out products.