June 2022 Seattle Vegan Updates

P-Patch & Community Gardens

Seattle has many community veggie gardens where the public can sign up for a garden space. The city of Seattle manages the P-Patch Community Garden Program that offer 88 gardens across the city. Though the waiting list for a garden plot can be long they also offer an outdoor space for everyone to explore. The above picture is of the Uptown UpGarden P-Patch Garden. Many might not realize that across the street from Seattle Center, on the highest level of the Seattle Center parking garage there’s a garden with a great view of Seattle with some seating and walking aisles to explore gardens. A surprise is an old car with plants growing out of it and car windows with Jimi Hendrix lyrics written on them. Explore, get ideas for your garden, and spend times outdoors for a free city activity for all. If you find a garden you want to garden in sign up now and you might be able to get a space for next year.

New Restaurants & Restaurant Updates

Cafe Red is back open and all vegan!

Belltown specialty grocery store Cauli Market has closed.

Dough Joy Donuts, vegan donut shop, is opening a new location in West Seattle! The shop will be both a donut shop and a disco-themed plant shop!

You can now order in person for dine-in options at Mas Veggies Vegan Taqueria locations which are at the same locations as Veggie Grill locations: Downtown Seattle & University Village. Previously you could only order online for Mas Veggies menu items though they were part of Veggie Grill restaurants.

The Noodle Bar recently opened in the South Lake Union, Cascade area of Seattle and is vegan friendly.

Sushi Samurai has updated their menu to 100% plant-based, vegan menu (located in Queen Anne).

Long time Capitol Hill restaurant Wedgwood Vegetarian Thai restaurant has closed.

Seasonal & New Vegan Menu Items

Cafe Flora

Cafe Flora Rainbow Cake Slice
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Café Flora has Rainbow Cake slices for Pride Month.


Cinnaholic has Pride Baby Buns for Pride month. They’re baby cinnamon roll like cupcakes with colorful frosting.

Frankie & Jo’s

Frankie & Jo’s has three seasonal ice cream flavors for June: Cookie Milk, Mint Chip, and Rocky Road.

Mighty-O Donuts

Mighty-O Donuts donut of the month is the Pride Donut. It’s a confetti cake donut with a vanilla glaze and rainbow stripes on top.

Heartbeet Cafe

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Heartbeet Café has a Pride Pack meal for 2 for $50. The meal includes two entrée size bowls (Marinated Kale Salad & Thai Bowl), two drinks (Shine smoothie & Berry Basil Limeade), a slice of Key Lime Pie and a Pride flag.

Next Level Burger

Next Level Burger has Pride specials throughout June including a Passionfruit Pride Shake and a Beyond Aloha Pride Burger. A part of the sales of the Pride Shake and Burger goes to a LGBTQ+ non-profit, the Human Rights Campaign.

Ramen Danbo

Ramen Danbo has a Tomato Vegan Ramen only available during summer.

Salt & Straw

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Salt & Straw’s seasonal vegan ice cream flavor for June is Pink Rosé & Watermelon Sorbet.

SconeGrown Bakery

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SconeGrown Bakery, located in Bellingham, has a Lavender Rainbow Cheezecake for their monthly seasonal special and Pride month.

The Wild Oat Bakery & Cafe

The Wild Oat Bakery & Café has cupcakes and sugar cookies with rainbow frosting for Pride Month in Bellingham.

Veggie Grill

Veggie Grill has several new menu items. Japanese Katsu-Style Slides made with Impossible meat, a BLT Avocado Croissant Sandwich, and Raspberry Lemon Cake. They also have a new Meal Deal for $9.95. The Meal Deal includes a taco or wrap, a side, and a fountain drink and is available during lunch hours from 11 am to 4 pm.