6 Vegan Restaurants You Must Try in Indianapolis

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Like the South, the Midwest always surprises me with its vegan options. These vegan restaurants in Indianapolis only prove that point further.

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Indianapolis is known for dishes like the pork tenderloin sandwich, but don’t worry, there are vegan versions of it too! Here are some of our favorite vegan indy spots!

Vegan Restaurants in Indianapolis

1. Three Carrots Fountain Square

Three Carrots offers up delicious vegan food, including a vegan version of a pork tenderloin sandwich, a popular Indy dish.

Neighborhood: Fountain Square
Cost: $

Vegan Restaurants Indianapolis – Three Carrots Fountain Square
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2. 10th Street Diner

10th Street Diner is a mother and son duo that offers up all sorts of vegan comfort foods like pot pie, lasagna, and more. They also have a brunch available on the weekend.

Neighborhood: Fountain Square
Cost: $

Vegan Restaurants Indianapolis – 10th Street Diner
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3. Public Greens

Public Greens is a cafeteria-style restaurant. The food is amazing, with an emphasis on fresh and wholesome non-processed foods. They have plenty of vegan options, including chili, pasta dishes, and more.

Neighborhood: Fountain Square
Cost: $$

Vegan Restaurants Indianapolis – Public Greens
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4. Always Bean

Always Bean is a take-out spot offering burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, and baked goods.

Neighborhood:
Cost: $$

Vegan Restaurants Indianapolis – Always Bean
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5. Tlaolli

Tlaolli offers reinvented Mexican dishes such as tamales using 100% olive oil instead of lard.

Neighborhood: Near Eastside
Cost: $$

Vegan Restaurants Indianapolis – Tlaolli
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7. Brewer Bakes – Vegan Speciality Cookies

This Black-owned business is an online-based cookie bakery that offers pick-up, delivery, and shipping and is offered in many spots all over Indy.

They have flavors like snickerdoodle, sugar, chocolate chip, sunbutter, and more.

Neighborhood: Varies
Cost: $

Vegan Restaurants Indianapolis – Brewer Bakes
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A big, big thank you to Visit Indy, Visit Indiana, and JW Marriott for hosting our stay and making our time in Indianapolis amazing.  All opinions are, as always, my own.

This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Kara

    Great info, as always Ashley! I didn’t realize your boyfriend went. That was cool. Or maybe you brought back a leftover goody box for him.

  2. Andi

    Wow you found some seriously good spots, I am very sorry I missed out on vegan gelato – never had it and am so curious! I really want the fries with seitan bacon and cheese – post diet of coure, but I want them!

    1. Ashley Hubbard

      I did but I missed so many too! The fries were amazing! How is the diet going!?

    1. Ashley Hubbard

      I know I missed several! I was running around like a crazy woman trying to fit it all in haha. I’ll definitely be back again and will definitely check out the Brew Pub’s options! 🙂

  3. I have felt similarly about the Midwest but I think the hipster community helps Influence the vegan restaurants! Sounds like you are very well!

  4. Wow! You had a feast every day. Love to explore the food every time I go to a new city. I have to go to Indianapolis! #WeekendWanderlust

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  6. Anne Lowrey

    I really loved meeting you Ashley! And I’m not even Vegan but totally appreciate this post. I wouldn’t expect there to be so many Vegan-friendly options!!

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