United States Kentucky Louisville Louisville Guide Things To Do Essentials Restaurants Nightlife Neighborhoods Events & Holidays All Louisville Where to Get a Vegan Meal in Louisville From savory to sweet, there is something for every vegan in Louisville. Written by Mali Anderson Mali Anderson is a freelance writer, designer, and photographer who has covered Louisville, Kentucky for TripSavvy. Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Mali Anderson Updated 05/24/19 Share Pin Email Whether you are a lifelong vegan or are simply dabbling with a healthier lifestyle, Louisville has many dining options to choose from. From trendy downtown hangouts to family style seating, there are spots to satisfy vegan singles and vegan families alike. And remember, while the food in Louisville is great, there is more to do than eat! 01 of 05 Heart & Soy Image © Mali Anderson View Map Address 1216 Bardstown Rd, Louisville, KY 40204-1304, USA Get directions Phone +1 502-452-6678 Web Visit website Food: Casual Asian Menu: Featuring soy products made from locally grown beans, Heart & Soy's tofu and soy milk are made on-site in Kentucky's only tofu machine. Asian street style food inspires the menu, filled with salads, sweet rice balls, Pad Thai, spring rolls and Pho. Customers can watch as soy products are made in a glass-enclosed room. The full menu, including vegan desserts and beverages, are available for dine in or take-out.Any meat? No. Vegetarian, but a few dishes do use dairy. Neighborhood: Highlands 02 of 05 The North End Cafe Image © Mali Anderson View Map Address 1722 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, KY 40206, USA Get directions Phone +1 502-896-8770 Web Visit website Food: American, Breakfast all day Menu: Focusing on seasonal ingredients, the North End Café serves up comforting American meals with a healthy twist,such as scrambled tofu with vegetables for breakfast or vegan reubens for lunch. Their Mexican meals, such as tacos, prepared with black beans, jalapenos, pineapple, red onion and guacamole are good, too. Now with two locations, it is even easier to stroll in to enjoy North End's all-day breakfast. Or for a casual dinner.Any meat? Yes. But vegan and vegetarian dishes are clearly marked on the menu. 03 of 05 Roots Image © Mali Anderson View Map Address 1216 Bardstown Rd, Louisville, KY 40204-1304, USA Get directions Phone +1 502-452-6678 Web Visit website Food: Upscale Asian Menu: Roots is Heart & Soy all grown up: Same ownership, similar delicious food and the same “you are what you eat” philosophy. The two dining rooms are merely a doorway apart, but Roots is an upscale experience with comfy pillows and an attentive wait staff. Delicious small plates are perfect for sharing. And there is an extensive tea menu, providing the perfect accompaniment to a long lunch or cozy dinner.Any meat? No. Vegetarian, but a few dishes do use dairy. 04 of 05 Queen of Sheba Image © Mali Anderson View Map Address 2804 Taylorsville Rd, Louisville, KY 40205-3160, USA Get directions Phone +1 502-459-6301 Web Visit website Food: Ethiopian Menu: A great place to go with a group, the dishes are served with injera, an Ethiopian bread used in place of utensils. Scooping up spicy lentils, collard greens with potatoes, spiced sautéed mushroom, and vegetable salads, you’ll forget all about forks. Of course, if you prefer utensils, just ask the server; the staff is helpful and friendly. Filling and nutritious, you’ll leave satisfied, and will look forward to going back.Any meat? Yes. But vegan and vegetarian dishes are clearly marked on the menu. Continue to 5 of 5 below. 05 of 05 Addis Grill Image © Mali Anderson View Map Address 109 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202, USA Get directions Phone +1 502-581-1011 Food: Ethiopian and Mediterranean Restaurant Menu: Split between two kinds of food, the menu at Addis has something for everyone. There’s hummus, grape leaves stuffed with rice, and vegetables for Mediterranean lovers. Or, if you’re in the mood for Ethiopian, try the vegetarian combo plate: Greens, lentils, cabbage and vegetarian stew all served with injera bread. The dining room is bland, but the location is ideal for grabbing a meal before a downtown show.Any meat? Yes. But vegan and vegetarian dishes are clearly marked on the menu. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! 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