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The hunt to find a vegan restaurant, or a menu with well-rounded options, is seemingly endless. Whether you’re vegan by choice, or because of allergies and intolerances, your choices are limited when you’re on the prowl for a bite to eat, and are looking for something to leave you satisfied (because let’s face it – sometimes a salad just doesn’t cut it).  Luckily, the Granite State’s got you covered. Here are 5 (and a half) more of our picks for mouth-watering vegan restaurants from across the state that vegans and non-vegans alike are sure to love.

Country Life Vegan Restaurant

15 Roxbury Street, Keene

(603) 357-3975

Country Life has been a staple of Keene for over 30 years. The vitamin store turned bulk food store turned restaurant has been on a three-decade mission to bring high quality, healthy eating to the Granite State. Today, they are proudly cooking up delicious vegan meals in the heart of downtown Keene. Whether you’re enjoying a hearty meal from their rotating menu, or grazing through their vegan buffet and salad bar, you’re sure to leave Country Life Vegan with a smile on your face, and with a plan to become a repeat customer. You can even bring a taste of Country Life Vegan home with you by picking up some of their vegan jams, snacks and more that are sold in store.

The Farm Café

12 Emerald Street, Keene

(603) 354-3521

Located conveniently inside of The Toadstool Bookshop in Keene, The Farm Café is dedicated to supporting local farmers and the local economy by bringing real, organic foods to your plate. With a menu of plant based familiar favorites, like a vegan mac ‘n’ cheese that can be made with gluten free pasta, The Farm Café will excite your palate and warm your soul. Make sure you stop in in time to chow down on their brunch menu… you won’t want to pass up on a savory vegan French Toast on a local baguette.

Restoration Café

235 Hanover Street, Manchester

(603) 518-7260

Manchester’s Restoration Café believes that “dietary flexibility should be the rule, not the exception.” Their menu is easily adapted to any lifestyle, whether you’re dairy free, vegan, vegetarian, low-carb or are just looking for some refreshingly clean food. Since 2016, they’ve been blending up inspired smoothies, tonics and breakfast bowls, along with breakfast staples and sandwiches that you’ll be sure to love.

Good and Planty

Available on Doordash

Thanks to the Restoration Café, you never have to pick between “choosing whole foods and convenience again.” Good and Planty brings your favorite plant-based and vegan friendly meals to your doorstep, six days a week. You can finally “peas out” and enjoy the ease of ordering out from a menu that you can fully explore. From power bowls, to smoothies, to sandwiches and more, Good and Planty has got you covered.

Vital Provisions

15 Main Street, Peterborough

Before opening Vital Provisions, co-owners Kyle Murphy and Heather Vaillancourt were struggling to find places to eat that offered nutrient dense and flavorful foods that aligned with their dietary needs. So, they took matters into their own hands and set out to create the space that they were looking for. Vital Provisions boasts a menu full of nutritious and delicious soups, salads, sandwiches and more, that are already vegan or can be made vegan by request. Better yet, everything on their menu is already gluten and dairy free, ensuring that you can relax and enjoy your meal, no matter how you eat. With fun menu names that give a nod to pop-culture, like “Bluth’s Original Frozen Banana,” “True Grit” and “Lemony Snicket’s,” you know you’re in for something fun and fresh when you walk through the doors of Vital Provisions.

Bistro 603

345 Amherst St. #1, Nashua


With a vegan menu that is also vegetarian by default, Bistro 603 in Nashua has something for everyone in your party to enjoy. Upscale yet casual, Bistro 603’s from-scratch kitchen is constantly cooking up familiar favorites with an upscale twist. Their vegan menu has everything from coconut milk French Toast to butternut squash risotto, and both menus (vegan and main) have items that are able to be made gluten free. Their creative menu is constantly evolving, and is sure to leave you feeling full and inspired.

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