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Where to Get the Best Vegetarian Dish in Chicago

Is healthy eating part of your New Year’s resolution? Well, then. Check out where you can get the best signature Vegetarian Dish in Chicago from your favorite chefs and restaurants. Also, don’t forget to check out the best vegan restaurants in Chicago as well!

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Boxcar Betty’s

500 W Madison St, Chicago, IL 60661

Typically known for their award-winning Southern fried chicken sandwiches, Boxcar Betty’s offers guests the chance to swap the fried chicken breast for a pimiento cheese-stuffed, fried portobello mushroom cap on any of their signature sandwiches.


With sandwich options like the Boxcar, Chicken Not So Waffle, Buffalo, and The Betty guests can go sans meat and still enjoy signature ingredients like housemade peach slaw, house pickles, blue cheese sauce, and more while satisfying their comfort food cravings. Plus, Boxcar Betty’s is available for delivery via Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates, and UberEats from their Bucktown or Ogilvie Station locations.

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Farm Bar Lakeview

1300 W Wellington Ave, Chicago, IL 60657

Honest food from the heartland makes its home at Farm Bar in Lakeview. Known for its fresh, hearty fare, the menu is filled with heavenly eats and the Cauliflower Steak does not disappoint. Made with harissa and garlic roasted cauliflower, mushrooms and roasted mini heirloom tomatoes, and kale pesto, this entree is the perfect dish to warm up with while escaping the chilly Chicago winter.

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Farm House Evanston

703 Church St, Evanston, IL 60201

A popular hotspot with families in Chicago’s North Shore, Farm House Evanston is known for its made from scratch midwestern fare and fresh ingredients from owner TJ Callahan’s Brown Dog Farm.

The Farro Risotto is a creamy vegetarian dish sure to satisfy any palate and is home cooking at its finest. Featuring produce like asparagus and spring peas alongside garlic, butter, parmesan, goat cheese, and toasted seeds the flavorful dish is not only filling, but decadent.

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The Loyalist

177 N Ada St #001, Chicago, IL 60607

Inspired by the fanciful brasseries of France, The Loyalist feature casual French fare and every dish is prepared with the same steadfast attention to detail as its sister restaurant, Smyth, located upstairs. A truly divine vegetarian dish comes in the form of the Gnocchi À La Parisienne À La Crème Du Fromage. This luxurious pasta is made with pleasant ridge, pumpkin seed, swiss chard and lemon and makes for a perfect winter dish to indulge in on a night out on the town.

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1709 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

At Funkenhausen, Chef Mark Steuer draws on his German heritage and Charleston, South Carolina upbringing to create a menu that re-imagines his fondest meals and memories from childhood. Schnitzel is one of Germany’s most popular dishes and while commonly made with meat, at Funkenhausen they offer a vegetarian take on this classic dish with fresh ingredients and an emphasis on squash.

Vegetarian guests can order the Zucchini “Schnitzel” made with potato crust, smokey squash puree, pickled squash, herbed ricotta with a basil aioli for a fresh take on this traditional dish.

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Bazaar Meat

110 N Upper Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL 60606

Contrary to what its name suggests, José Andrés’s reimagined steakhouse places an extreme amount of care not just on steak and meat, but also on other products from the land: vegetables. Vegetarians will find themselves with a variety of options to create a full menu, in the unique tapas-style steakhouse experience that Bazaar Meat encourages.

Start with the seasonal Chilled Beet Gazpacho or Not Your Everyday Caprese Salad before moving along to the “Beefsteak” Tomato Tartare and King Trumpet Mushroom Carpaccio. A variety of vegetables and potato dishes include: Catalan Spinach 2.0, Cauliflower Couscous and Roasted Leeks with Salsa Negra.

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Nobu Restaurant

854 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607

Vegetarians looking for exquisite Japanese cuisine should dine at Nobu Restaurant Chicago where guests can choose from a menu of a wide variety of hand-crafted vegetarian dishes that are equally as delicious as they are unique. With an extensive sushi menu, vegetarian guests can enjoy the Kappa, or cucumber roll, and the Vegetable sushi roll.

Meanwhile, those not looking for sushi can enjoy menu items such as Nobu’s vegetable tacos, Japanese eggplant tempura, and the Miso Soup with Tofu to warm you up on a chilly, Chicago evening.

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