Asian Chao offers steamed tofu with mixed vegetables, miso soup, and a five-fruit salad.
P.F. Chang’s is well-known for its tofu lettuce wraps, vegetable noodle dishes, and vegan sushi.
Qdoba serves burrito bowls and salads with cilantro lime or brown rice, pinto or black beans, six different salsas, leafy greens, and roasted vegetables.
Café Intermezzo offers a hummus platter, black bean burger, and a portobello panini.
Lotta Frutta offers an ALT sandwich: avocadoes, lettuce, and tomatoes—complete with cucumbers and sprouts. Other options include fresh fruit salads to go.
Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint offers their Plant sandwich with grilled yellow squash, zucchini, eggplant, roasted red pepper, lettuce, and tomato.
The Original El Taco’s offers a cholesterol-free twist with its vegan taco—it’s made with roasted corn, cowboy beans, pico de gallo, rice, poblano peppers, guacamole, and salsa verde on warm corn tortillas.
At Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill you can build your own pita pocket, plate, or Mediterranean wrap. Each option includes hummus, salads, and veggies to make it your own.
Food Network Market has a Gate City grain salad with quinoa, baby spinach, dried peaches, local pickled baby beets, roasted Vidalia onions, and chopped Georgia peanuts.
Nature’s Table offers an avocado and cucumber sandwich, vegetarian chili, hearty vegetable soup, and a variety of fresh salads.
One Flew South offers seaweed salad, an arugula and Brussels sprouts salad, vegetable garden rolls, and a hot pot with tofu, farmers market vegetables, and miso broth.