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Lunch bowls from The Neighborhood.

Vegan and vegetarian food in Paso Robles

–Are you searching for the best vegan and vegetarian food in Paso Robles? Well look no further! The staff at Paso Robles Daily News has compiled a list of our favorite places to find vegan, vegetarian and plant-based foods in Paso Robles and North County.

Check out our list below, click on the title of each restaurant to visit their website:

The Neighborhood 

Check out The Neighborhood for more than just acai bowls. They also have healthful and delicious plant-based lunch options, and fresh juices. They focus on superfoods, which are nutritionally dense foods that provide a powerful sources of antioxidants, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and other health-promoting properties.

Odyssey World

In creating Odyssey World Cafe, avid travelers Dawn Gregory and John Hawley designed a menu that encompassed their travels and an atmosphere that reflects memories of some of their favorite meals worldwide. Great vegetarian options, a few vegan options. Our favorite is the roasted veggie wrap: (for a vegan option remove the the tzatziki) and roasted veggie salad. They also offer a vegetarian “chikin” bowl.

Red Scooter

Red Scooter is a tiny deli with a huge menu and their items pack tons of flavor. Delicious vegetarian and vegan options. Our favorite is the peanut tofu wrap with house-made peanut sauce.


Japanese food is a go-to for vegans and vegetarians, especially with omnivorous friends of family in-tow who are sushi fans. There are lots of veggie options at Yanagi. Our favorites are veggie rolls, bowls of hot udon noodles, and fresh seaweed and cucumber salads.

Berry Hill Bistro

Delicious veggie paninis (hold the cheese for vegans!) are our go-to veggie option at Berry Hill. Vegetarians should try the creamy artichoke pasta. They also have delicious sweet potato fries!

Basil Thai 

Delicious and authentic Thai food offered in downtown Paso Robles. A plethora of vegetarian and vegan options available on their menu. Excellent service. Try the delicious vegetarian Thai platter, and don’t forget about curries and noodles.

Spice of Life

Seasonal salads served daily: usually Vegan. Always based on produce in season and sourced from local farmers markets. All dressings are made in-house using locally sourced olive oils, Spice of Life spice blends and various vinegars. Enjoy on their patio or take it “to-go.” Located downtown Paso Robles on the corner of 13th & Pine St.

Vegan pizza in Paso Robles

Vegan cheese and delicious veggie pizzas are available at multiple pizza parlors in Paso Robles:

Rustic Fire

Rustic Fire Pizza, located across the street from the Paso Robles Fairgrounds, is a perfect family-friendly spot to get delicious pizza, beers, wine, salads and sandwiches. They offer a veggie pizza and vegan cheese. Reasonable prices too!


Blaze Pizza in Paso Robles is a design-your-own pizza place, where you choose your toppings and create your own one person pizzas. They offer vegan cheese and lots of veggie options.


What are your favorite places to get vegan and vegetarian food in Paso Robles? Let us know and it could get added to this list. Email your recommendations to

Editor’s note: The Best of Paso Robles is a special section of the Paso Robles Daily News. This article recommends the best vegan and vegetarian food in Paso Robles and surrounding areas that our writers and editors recommend. If you would like to suggest a local business for consideration on the Best of Paso Robles series, click here to contact the Paso Robles Daily News, or call Access Publishing at (805) 226-9890.

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