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Saturday, July 15, 2017

Vegan Dining at Quincy Market

Alisha McDarris

Eating vegan in Boston is easy. Eating vegan in the midst of a group of omnivores? That's harder. The larger the group the more difficult it is to agree on a spot for lunch. But there's always Faneuil Hall Marketplace, right? Well, sort of. While Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market do have a plethora of dining options, choices for vegans are limited. So what's a vegan to do? Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of the places where vegans can eat (and what they can eat) in and around Quincy Market. How sweet is that?

Where vegans can eat in Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace:

Bagelville: A veggie bagel sandwich

El Paso Enchiladas: Burritos, nachos, tacos, enchiladas (may have to order without cheese, sour cream, etc.)

Gourmet India: Three entrees with basmati rice are vegan, but not the naan

Ueno Sushi: Several vegetable rolls are available

Boston Pretzel: Pretzels

The Monkey Bar: Smoothies (some contain dairy but are clearly marked)

Sprinkles Ice Cream: At least one flavor of sorbet or smoothie

Berry Twist: More sorbet

Boston Cafe: Various types of candy and coffee

North York Deli: Fruit cup

Prime Shoppe: More fruit cups

And if you're planning on dining with the whole family, look into pre-purchasing vouchers from Faneuil Hall Marketplace's Food Voucher Program, which are good for snacks or meals any time of the day at over 2 dozen eateries. That way, instead of dolling out wads of cash, you can just give everybody a slip of paper and let them decide what suits their fancy. We used them when we went with some friends, and despite all of our different diets, it couldn't have been easier for all of us to get exactly what we wanted (chana masala for Josh and me, a corn dog and cheesy fries for them). Plus, they have a list on their website of what's gluten free, nut free and kosher. But they don't list what's vegan; that's why you need us!

Alisha McDarris / Author & Editor

Alisha is a freelance writer and photographer based in Austin, TX. She loves her tiny house, vegan food and experiencing the community of travel in far away places. She’s also pretty sure she’s addicted to coffee. [Portfolio]


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