Vegetarian? Vegan? Special Diet?
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An increasing number of restaurants, markets, and fast-food establishments are offering vegetarian and vegan options to guests, as well as gluten-free and dairy-free dishes. Some of those in Ptown include:
Café Heaven offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan options for breakfast lunch and dinner. Start the day with a spinach benedict, breakfast burrito or their personal favorite, the Mexican Scramble! Don’t forget the Garden Pesto and Pasta Primavera for dinner. And, always, the Beyond Burger can accompany any of Café Heaven’s fresh and healthy salads!
The Canteen has a totating selection of vegan to-go deli salads and snacks, especially featuring its grain bowl du jour, falafal salad, vegan tacos and vegan grilled cheese. For sweets and desserts, the Canteen has vegan banana bread and pink lemonade cookie sandwiches.
All of Connie’s breakfast sandies and scrambles can be made vegan, using homemade vegan egg, and tofu, along with vegan meat and cheese substitutes. Connie’s also offers an assortment of vegan pastries and cookies. They have homemade vegan sandies for lunch, including the new pulled wild mushroom BBQ with charred purple cabbage and vegan feta. Connie’s has an array of gluten-free pastry, breads, and wraps, and always have one vegan soup and one gluten-free soup made fresh every day.
Fanizzi’s features salads and appetizers such as buffalo cauliflower, a Mediterranean plate, tomato, basil, and mozzarella plate, a stuffed artichoke, zucchini sticks, and a spinach and artichoke dip. Entrées include tortellini carbonara, eggplant parmigiana, and a vegetable burger.
Vegan offerings include the Wood End Wrap (roasted mixed vegetables and hummus), the lentil loaf, roasted mixed vegetables, wakame seaweed salad, quinoa salad, couscous salad, and barley salad.
Vegetarian offerings include the veggie burger, the three-grain burger, the kale and chickpea salad with lemon parmesan dressing, peanut soba noodles, Greek salad, and stuffed shells.
Gluten-free offerings include bread for the sandwiches and baked goods.
Almost 90% of the Health Bar’s menu is vegan, veggie, or raw, including both food and beverages. Most of the menu is gluten-free, and they specialize in taking care of people with food sensitivities. They even have a dedicated nut-free blender for smoothies.
Mama Matcha offers vegan and vegetarian options, including superfood smoothies, freshly squeezed juices, mixed salad bowls, acai bowls, avocado toasts, veggie wraps, and other snacks.
Napi’s features salads (beet-and-goat-cheese, house salad, Greek salad), as well as the “Jewel in the Crown” tofu vegetable curry and the vegetable stir-fry, vegetable alfredo, and a wild mushroom ravioli.
The Perfect Picnic has seven vegetarian sandwich options: aged cheddar with apple saffron chutney, fresh goat cheese with fig jam, Nutella with strawberries, fresh mozzarella with tomato and basil, hummus with roasted red pepper, tomatoes, and arugula (the latter is also vegan), peanut butter with bananas and honey, and for the pescatarians, shrimp with boiled egg, lettuce, mayonnaise, lemon and dill. Salads include mixed green, Bulgarian Shopska, Greek, and arugula with goat cheese.
Vegan dishes include the Mediterranean plate (hummus, kalamata olives, celery, cucumber & pita), PBC House Plate (garlic hummus & guacamole w/ pita and tortilla chips), the black-bean burger (baby spinach, pickles, red onion, tomato, pesto veganaise on 7-grain), and the beet salad.
Vegetarian dishes include artichoke cakes, a large Bavarian pretzel, mac-n-cheese “ballz,” the nacho plate, the PBC house salad (fresh spring mix, goat cheese, cranberries, cheyenne-candied walnuts, apple & white balsamic vinaigrette; can be vegan without cheese), the Greek salad, the churros, and the homemade brownie sundae.
Gluten-free sweets: Relish offers a gluten-free vegan brownie, gluten-free chocolate chip cookies, and gluten-free corn muffins.
Vegan offerings include a vegan lime & coconut baby Bundt cake, a vegan Mediterranean farro and tofu bowl, and vegan quinoa with broccoli, baked tofu and peanut sauce, as well as many vegan side salads.
Strangers and Saints offers Moroccan carrots, a house-made mezze plate, roasted eggplant pizza, and house-made ricotta cavetelli.
Tin Pan Alley has a number of vegetarian and vegan options and menus are all coded to indicate gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and vegetarian dishes. Tri-colored cauliflower, our signature Aegean salad, a red-curry stir-fry, and tofu Banh Mi are some examples.
Tween the Tides transformed this year into being totally plant-based. They will highlight some old favorites with newly created vegan substitutions, like house-made vegan feta, roasted beet poke bowl, pulled oat gyros, and of course the falafel and mushroom miso burger.
There’s more where that came from! Ptownie has insider tips for all of your Provincetown adventures. Check out our 2021 Guide to Coffee & Tea in Provincetown, MA!