Go meat-free in Orange County on Voice Places. With professional and user reviews and searchable restaurant listings, we’re your easy-to-use guide to local vegetarian cuisine.
This tiny eatery impresses with an affordable small-plates menu, breakfast-through-dinner hours and a wine list that belies its claustrophobic dining room. Not all the... More »
While the Avanti menu is strictly vegetarian, with faux meats and cheese, the steak-and-potatoes crowd will hardly notice or care. Every entree, appetizer and dessert... More »
Inconspicuously located at the center of a Fountain Valley strip mall, this restaurant has been dishing out delectable vegan cuisine for more than 13... More »
According to lore, four hippie entrepreneurs opened this joint in 1970 with a menu of "health conscious" salads, soups, sandwiches and meatless entrees. Get a delicious... More »
Veggie Grill has the right formula: uncomplicated, crowd-pleasing food by chef Ray White; a color-splashed, sit-yourself dining room that feels like a classed-up Jamba... More »
There are other things to munch on at BCD Tofu besides its namesake-a limited barbecue selection, bibimbap (a spicy noodle salad) and succulent chunks of raw crab... More »
Sitting cross-legged at the epicenter of Little Saigon's meat-loving foodculture is Zen Vegetarian, a temple to soy protein. A golden Buddha greets youat the... More »
Screw the hippy-dippy milieu: Native Foods is about chow as welcoming for your senses as it is for your health. Sure, their mission statement-"a prosperous lifestyle in... More »
Gourmet paninis are the jewels here, from hot sopresata and pepper-studded mortadella glued together by provolone and luscious red pepper pesto to a chocolate rendition... More »
Veggie Grill eschews fancy entrees or obscure Asian specialties in favor of sandwiches-classic, old-school, glorious American sandwiches, completely vegan but good... More »
It's cold out. Rainy, in fact. The wind pricks at your face as though made of daggers of ice, and you can't remember the last time your toes moved. What you crave is what you want every winter: soft tofu soup, or soondubu. The antidote. The cure.
This soup—what's perhaps the best-known Korean dish after barbecue—is the food equivalent to warm socks, a crackling fireplace...
I respect the dietary choices made by all vegans and vegetarians, but I'm particularly in awe of the commitment required by the raw-food movement. As if avoiding all meat and animal products isn't already challenging, it takes a certain kind of tenacity to voluntarily deprive yourself of the one thing that has defined the act of cooking since the cavemen rubbed two sticks...
Born in Boston, raised in Alaska and back in Beantown by the time she was 12, Katherine "Kat" Secor took a job in the snack bar of a paintball field that opened next door. After being "thrown into the wolves," as Secor put her first experience firing paintballs, she became so hooked that by 17, she convinced her parents to let her move across the country to play on all-female Team Destiny of...
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