Welcome to Seattle Vegan Dining Month, curated by Darby aka @darbythevegan.

This January marks the inaugural Vegan Dining Month in Seattle, Washington by Vegans, Baby. The month complements Veganuary and highlights the vegan culinary scene in Seattle. During January, participating restaurants are offering special dishes to showcase vegan food.

A portion of all Vegan Dining Month dishes sold this year benefit Seattle Humane Society!

Here are the Vegan Dining Month participating restaurants in Seattle all of January:

8404 Bowdoin Way
Edmonds, WA 98026

Bar Dojo vegan spread of dishes including tofu poke tacos, hoison cauliflower wings, a burger, and more

Edmonds wanted in on the party, too! And how could we say no to a vegan haven like Bar Dojo?

Bar Dojo’s menu will include all of their classic vegan dishes like Miso Avocado Salad, Edamame Dumplings, Hoisin Cauliflower Wings, Spicy Impossible Bulgogi Rice Bowl and Tofu Poke two ways, either crispy wonton taco style or rice bowl. Plus, they’re offering a few secret specials that will be announced soon. Make sure you get the Edamame Dumplings, which will benefit Seattle Humane Society!


2209 4th Ave, Seattle,
WA 98121

Askatu Bakery Settle
Photo Credit: Seattle Times

Askatu Bakery is a vegan, gluten-free, and allergen-friendly bakery. They offer a wide range of cookies, mini pies, and baked goods of all kinds that change by the day or the week, so pop in for a sweet or savory treat! 


200 Queen Anne Ave N.
Seattle, WA  98109

Uptown China

Vegan-friendly Chinese restaurant Uptown China gifted us with a fully separate plant based menu last year. And for Vegan Dining Month, they’re adding even more specials to the mix.

The special menu features: Spicy Pickled Mustard Green Tofu, Three Cup Mushroom, House-made Vegan Buns, Dan Dan Noodle, and Zha jiang Noodle. Photos coming soon! 


Old Stove Brewing Co.

(Pike Place Market)
1901 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Fried Oyster Mushroom Sandwich from Old Stove Brewing Co for Vegan Dining Month in Seattle

This one is out of left field, but man, oh man, are we here for it! With amazing views of the sound, delicious local beer and NA bevvies, and some serious vegan sustenance, Old Stove is going to be a must-visit this January.

Here are the Vegan Dining Month options that will blow your mind: Miso Pumpkin Soup: Oat milk, yellow onion, garlic, shiro miso, parsley oil, micro cilantro. Fried Oyster Mushroom Sandwich: Crunchy corn-flake batter, slaw, house pickles, vegan aioli. Vegan Meatballs: Broccoli, brown rice, panko, Old Stove tomato sauce. Hummus Plate: Local garbanzos, olives, cherry peppers, house pickles, wood fired pita. Black Bean Burger: House black bean patty, poblano aioli, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes. Carrot Cake: Apples, carrots, brown sugar, Oat milk, winter spices. Choice of Violife cream cheese frosting or orange glaze.


816 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122

Cinnaholic Seattle - Seattle Eater
Photo Credit: Seattle Eater

Cinnaholic is a vegan cinnamon roll bakery in Seattle with so much to enjoy. 

Their Vegan Dining Month Special is a Lavender roll or Banana Pudding Roll, with a complimentary drip coffee and cookie dough scoop! Photos of the special rolls coming soon! 


Food truck is parked every Sunday at the Fremont Market + get tix to their Run The Jewels Pop-Up on January 20th!

Kottu food truck in seattle

Kottu is appropriately nicknamed “Sri Lanken Chaotic Cuisine” and you’ll know why once you see Syd in action.

For Vegan Dining Month, he’s got two amazing things happening. At the Kottu food truck, enjoy a Farmer’s Market Kottu: Roti, vegetables, spices, and a rotating curry is chopped up on the flat top and served with puffed rice. 

On January 20th, Syd’s next iconic 5-course dinner, Run The Jewels Supper, will take place. It’s a 5-course meal with a vegan menu option, along with plenty of entertainment and fun all evening! The menu is created by Syd Suntha (Kottu), Demond Thomas (Arc), and Denali (Art of the Table), who know plant-based deliciousness. Get your tickets before they sell out!


2918 SW Avalon Way
Seattle, WA 98126

Luna Park Cafe Vegan Reuben


Luna Park Cafe is an iconic, 50s-style diner in West Seattle. What’s lesser known is they have some pretty amazing vegan dishes! For Vegan Dining Month, they’re running a Vegan Reuben Melt composed of a veggie burger patty, “cheddar” cheese & sauerkraut smothered in their house-made 1000 island on grilled rye bread, served with their famous french fries.



1723 N 45th St.
Seattle, WA 98103

Chili The Garlic Tofu Lamen

Dumpling The Noodle is gearing up for Vegan Dining Month with some delicious offerings. They already have a ton of vegan options like Chili The Garlic Lamen Noodles, and for Vegan Dining Month they’ve created a Three Strings Salad, made with carrot, potato, and vermicelli noodles.


3400 Stone Way N #4
Seattle, WA 98103

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Livbud is a plant-forward cafe with some seriously delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. If you haven’t been, then Vegan Dining Month is the perfect opportunity. Enjoy their special offerings like Lion’s Mane Tacos, birria-style braised lion’s mane, local corn tortilla, harvest escabeche, fresh herb; Apple Cider Cheesecake, with graham pecan crust, warming spices, cider reduction; or Miso Squash Cake, with spiced maple syrup, chestnut crème, black sesame brittle.


5401 California Ave SW

Seattle, WA 98126

Asada Soy Curl Tacos

Box Bar is a West Seattle vegan staple with so many delicious options to choose from. Portobello French Dip, anyone? And For Vegan Dining Month, they’re featuring Asada Ranch Curls: Asada soy curls, cashew queso, ranch dressed cabbage, pico, cilantro, microgreens & avocado on three sisters blue corn tortillas, gluten-free.


Mount Baker: 3601 South McClellan Street, Seattle, WA 98144

Ravenna: 3426 NE 55th Street, Seattle, WA 98105

West Seattle: 2139 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116

Mercer Island: 2601 76th Ave SE Mercer Island, WA 98040


Winter Harvest Pizza from Mioposto

Mioposto debuted vegan cheese earlier this year on their menu for their delightful, wood-fired pizzas. And lucky for us, they’ve got all 4 locations on board for Vegan Dining Month! Winter Harvest Pizza, featuring vegan mozzarella, dried cherries, red onion, chopped hazelnuts, and Brussels sprouts on a milled tomato base.


520 Terry Ave N

Seattle, WA 98109


Food Truck:


Kathmandu Momocha Vegan Dining Month


Kathmandu MomoCha is a Nepalese street food and Himalayan dumpling restaurant and food truck that is participating in Vegan Dining Month! Some items on their featured menu are 100% gluten-free as well! You can find the truck schedule on their website, and their brick-and-mortar is located in South Lake Union. For Vegan Dining Month, they’re offering additional vegan dumplings beyond their delightful spinach versions. 


Their Vegan Dining Month offerings include: Wo Fried Ball, Pakoras (gf), Wo Lentil Pancake (yellow lentil pancake served with tamarind and sesame tomato chutney, gf), Veggie Noodles (homemade turmeric noodles mixed with veggies, soy ginger sauce and Himalayan spices), and a Wo Chili Ball (lentil ball tossed with garlic bell peppers, onion, and mixed with chili-garlic sauce, gf) Woo!



5301 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Pi Vegan "Sweet Italian Tom Tom" pizza for Vegan Dining Month

“America’s oldest vegan pizzeria” Pi Vegan is up to something new for Vegan Dining Month! They’ve created a specialty pie they’ve dubbed The Sweet Italian Tom Tom. It’s a roasted tomato, spinach, and parmesan pizza that starts off with an olive oil base, layered with mozzarella and fresh spinach, topped with seasoned slow-cooked Roma tomatoes, basil and garlic, then finished with a dusting of parmesan. 


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