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A Vegetarian's Guide to the Northwest

You just can’t travel on an empty stomach. And, as a vegetarian, it’s not always easy to simply locate a meat-free option for dining out in an unfamiliar place.

Here are the places you need to try when you come to our area, just north of Seattle.

Christa’s Sandwich Board

1206 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290

This charming Snohomish restaurant in historic setting offers all of the charcuterie and wine choices. Fine cheeses, and vintages in various combinations make this a great place to linger the afternoon over a merlot. Their veggie sandwich: try it and you won't be sorry.


Mirkwood Public House

117 E Division St, Arlington, WA 98223

There is no other place quite like "the Mirkwood." It specializes in vegetarian cuisine (though they do have meat options), and they have a Lord of the Rings theme. Seriously.


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Cafe Wylde

2918 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA 98201

Vegan Cafe across the street from an art gallery: what a perfect combo. If you go to Cafe Wylde try their Emerald smoothie and a large bowl of jackfruit and white bean chili.


Cheesemonger’s Table

203 5th Ave S #1, Edmonds, WA 98020

Everything’s coming up cheesy for this Edmonds restaurant. No for the lactose intolerant. This place specializes in savory truffle oil popcorn, brie sandwiches, and pickled peppers. A deli for the fromage-lover in you.


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Pho 36

19417 36th Ave W # A1, Lynnwood, WA 98036

There’s nothing pretentious about the decor or the location, but the pho here is darn hot and undeniably delicious. And that’s reason enough to visit after a trip to the Alderwood Mall or H Mart. Sometimes thick slabs of tofu and tender baby bok choy are everything in the taste department.

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