Dupont Circle. The hussle and bussle. The downtown. This area is marked both by businesses but also museums, art and plenty of restaraunts. If you are ever in the area, click here to check out some things to do. Below are 3 vegan eats in the Dupont Circle area of Washington D.C.
HIP CITY VEG (1300 Connecticut Ave. NW)
Hip City Veg is well known for its fast casual vegan dishes. Originating in Philadelphia, PA, the owner Nicole Marquis, founded Hip City Veg in 2012 to expand food options that included ingredients that are good for the body.
Embracing healthy bodies, a healthy planet, and compassion for all living things, we bring delicious vegan food to people everywhere.- Hip City Veg Our Philosophy in Action
We really enjoy their breakfast items--everything from the sunny side sausage egg and cheese (pictured) to the breakfast maple crispy chick'n. Such a great start to the morning! For lunch, we also love the buffalo bella. Click here to checkout their menu!
FRUITIVE (1330 Connecticut Ave. NW)
Fruitive is a 100% plant based restaraunt started by Gregg Rozeboom. They offer an array of dishes ranging from superbowls to pizza to wraps to quesadillas. A superbowl is sounding mighty yummy, especially as the weather gets warmer! Take a look at their menu here to see what you plan to order.
VEGZ (2120 18th ST. NW)
Our aim is to offer a wide variety of dishes for those who enjoy this way of life, and to show the world that veg/vegan fare can be flavorful and satisfying.- VEGZ about us
Vegz offers a variety of vegan and vegetarian Indian dishes. Packed with satisfying flavors, Chef Swarn Singh was inspired by his mother's kitchen. Click here to checkout the menu.
Have you been to any of these restaurants before? If so, what’s your go to dish or what do you plan to get? Let us know in the comments below!