Vegan/Vegetarian Options in Reading

Check out which eateries made the re-launch edition of "Patch Picks."

Last week, we asked you to pick your favorite vegetarian/vegan restaurants in, or around, Reading for the re-launch edition of “Patch Picks,” and you’ve stepped up to the plate.

Here are your top choices:

, 607 Main St., Reading: One reader cited this cafe for its summer veggie wrap and Vermont goat cheese pecan salad, that, while not vegan, are both reported to be very tasty.

The Flatbread Company, 213 Burlington Road, Bedford: This eatery was nominated behind the fabulous vegan pizza they serve, and, today, they will be hosting afor Lots of Love Cat Rescue of Stoneham/Wilmington and its all-volunteer cat rescue organization.

, Walker’s Brook Drive, Reading: While not a vegan/vegetarian restaurant, one reader noted they are always very accommodating to her daughter’s vegan diet and are more than happy to cook up a delicious vegan pizza.

, 42 High St., Reading: Again, not a vegetarian restaurant, but the Green Tomato also offers some delectable vegetarian cuisine, not the least of which is their vegetarian two wrap, which, as one reader put it, is one of the best sandwiches in the area.

While Reading isn’t exactly the Cambridge of the north when it comes to vegan/vegetarian fare, other eateries offering options for those who prefer not to eat anything that had a mother include the and .

Priscilla Ryan January 19, 2012 at 02:33 PM
It's fairly easy to find a vegetarian choice at Reading restaurants, but vegan is another thing altogether. Cheese seems to be a major ingredient in most vegetarian offerings. One way I deal with the lack is to order some sides instead of a meal.


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