Vegan restaurants in Dublin

There’s a Fresh Crop of Vegan Restaurants in Dublin

Todd Plummer for Vogue:

For vegetarians, vegans, and plant-based eaters of all kinds, navigating Ireland has long posed a challenge. The country’s most iconic dishes are a proud litany of meats and animal products—corned beef with cabbage, bacon and cabbage, and lamb stew, just to name a few. And who could forget that a proper “full Irish” breakfast includes bacon, pork sausage, white pudding, black pudding and eggs? If it’s plant-based fare you’re after, don’t write off a visit to Dublin just because this country has historically been meat-driven—it seems that while nobody was looking, a vegan and plant-based food community has been flourishing in the Fair City.

Good to see vegan options being offered in Dublin. The article has a good selection of plant-based places in the city from a vegan butcher, cake shop and deli.

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