Your Guide to L.A. Vegan Restaurants Open During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Your Guide to L.A. Vegan Restaurants Open During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Mar 13, 2020 BY: Allie Mitchell

Several Los Angeles restaurants have announced they’re temporarily closing during the coronavirus crisis. Others have started offering delivery or switched to a delivery-only model to serve customers. And many remain open. We’re here to keep you up-to-date on the latest closures. We’ll be updating this list as we receive information from restaurants.

Update: Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on 3/15/2020 that Los Angeles will be closing all restaurants (except pickup/delivery) and bars until March 31st (with the possibility of an extension).

Updated: 4/21/2020 at 1pm

Open for Pickup/Delivery:

  • Araya's Place
  • Backyard Bowls (vegan-friendly)
  • Baked Vegan Sweets
  • Baked Vegan Vixen
  • Beleaf Burgers
  • Block Party Highland Park (plant-based alcoholic beverages)
  • by CHLOE.
  • Cali Fresh Mexican Grill (vegan-friendly)
  • Cena Vegan
  • Chicana Vegana
  • Cinnaholic
  • Compton Vegan
  • Cocobella Creamery
  • Cocoluv Cookies
  • Counterpart Vegan
  • Crossroads Kitchen
  • Cruzer Vegan Pizza
  • Devi's Donuts (pop-up)
  • Donut Friend
  • Doomie’s
  • Double Zero
  • Dough Pizzeria & Bar (vegan-friendly)
  • Dreamy Creations (vegan-friendly)
  • Earle’s on Crenshaw (vegan-friendly)
  • Erin McKenna’s Bakery
  • Flore Vegan
  • Follow Your Heart Market & Cafe
  • Fresh on Sunset
  • Frozen Fruit Co.
  • Full Service Coffee Co. (vegan-friendly)
  • Gegen
  • Green Table Cafe (vegan-friendly)
  • Hello Cake Girl
  • Hinterhof
  • Honeybee Burger
  • Hug Life
  • Hugo's Restaurant (vegan-friendly)
  • Hugo's Tacos (vegan-friendly)
  • Javista (vegan-friendly)
  • Jesse Boy (vegan-friendly)
  • Jewel (vegan-friendly)
  • Joi Cafe
  • Juice Crafters
  • Julie Goes Green
  • Lettuce Feast
  • Lobo Cuban Food
  • Lotus Vegan
  • Love Amaro Pizzeria
  • Madame Shugah
  • Mama’s Tamales (vegan-friendly)
  • Munchies Diner
  • My Vegan Panda
  • New Deli
  • NUDA Juice Shop
  • O'cado
  • OG Juices
  • PBJ.LA
  • Plant Love Food
  • Plant Power Fast Food
  • Pressed Juicery (vegan-friendly)
  • Primo's Donuts (vegan-friendly)
  • Pura Vita
  • Purgatory Pizza (vegan-friendly)
  • Qusqo (vegan-friendly)
  • Rainbow Juices
  • Rakkan Ramen (vegan-friendly)
  • Real Food Daily (West Hollywood location only)
  • Ridiculous Baking Co.
  • Rockin Hot Chick-un (food truck)
  • Sage Plant Based Bistro
  • Sea Casa (vegan-friendly)
  • Seabirds Kitchen (Long Beach and Costa Mesa only)
  • Shojin
  • Stuff I Eat
  • SunCafe
  • Taco Sin Karma
  • The Brave Bean
  • The Falafel Factory
  • The Good Good (pre-orders only)
  • The Grain Cafe
  • The Karma Baker
  • The Palm Coffee Bar (vegan-friendly)
  • The Vegan Hooligans
  • The Vegan Joint
  • TOPO by Kitchen Mouse (vegan-friendly)
  • Under The Sun
  • Vegan Jam
  • Veggie Grill
  • VeggietizeMe
  • Vinh Loi Tofu (takeout only)
  • Vuture Food
  • Word of Mouth
  • Yoga-Urt

Temporarily Closed

  • 6th & La Brea (vegan-friendly)
  • Au Lac
  • Avocadamama
  • Azla Vegan
  • Bodhi Bowl
  • Burgerlords (vegan-friendly)
  • Cafe Gratitude
  • Cobblermania (pop-up)
  • Donatsu
  • Equelecua Cuban Vegan Cafe
  • Fala Bar
  • Fonuts
  • Gracias Madre
  • Granville (vegan-friendly)
  • Hungry Angelina
  • Kitchen Mouse (vegan-friendly)
  • Krimsey's Modern Cajun
  • Little Pine
  • Magpies Softserve (vegan-friendly)
  • Make Out
  • MANEATINGPLANT
  • Modern Shaman
  • Modern Times
  • Mohawk Bend (vegan-friendly)
  • Monty’s Good Burger
  • Nic's on Beverly
  • One Veg World
  • Plant Food + Wine
  • Powerplant Superfood Cafe (vegan-friendly)
  • Senoreata
  • Sourdough Nation
  • Sqirl (vegan-friendly)
  • Sugar Taco
  • The Stalking Horse (vegan-friendly)
  • Tony’s Darts Away
  • True Food Kitchen
  • Vegan by Victoria's
  • Vegetable (vegan-friendly)
  • Veggie Fam
  • Veggie Y Qué

 

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