It used to be nearly impossible to find a restaurant with vegan options. Luckily, things have changed over the past decade, and we’re lucky to have many vegan restaurants in Woodbury. Here are three of our favorite options near our Valley Creek Apartments.
Named for Jeremiah W. Selby, a 19th-century vegetable farmer, J. Selby’s began when the founders saw that Minnesota was just not getting enough plant-based food. This fresh (pun intended) eatery turns one year old this April! Here, all the food is made with vegetables, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, and wheat, allowing for a sustainable and compassionate dining experience. You can enjoy classics and comfort foods like a Philly cheesesteak, Caesar salad, buffalo wings, and more in a new, plant-based, and guilt-free way.
The Herbivorous Butcher
Founded by a brother and sister duo, The Herbivorous Butcher believes in #AllVeganEverything and just looking at the menu shows how dedicated they are to that lifestyle. By skillfully crossing their native Guam cuisine with a vegan diet, they recreate many favorite meat-based dishes with fantastic plant-based substitutes. At this vegan paradise, you can dine on an alternative to ribeye steak, maple bacon, Korean ribs, and practically any other style of meat you so choose. Yes, it really is all vegan!
Crepe & Spoon
It’s fantastic that we have so many vegan restaurants in Woodbury, but there’s an equal need for cruelty-free desserts. Crepe & Spoon is the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth. Choose from a selection of crepes made with “meats,” from none other than Herbivorous Butcher, and add a scoop of ice cream to complete the treat! The menu is modest but oh so delicious. Try the “bacon” and arugula, banana and cocoa, or one of three jams. Crepe & Spoon uses cashew cream, coconut milk, and almond milk in place of any animal milk.
To find out more about sustainable culture in Woodbury, please contact us. We’d be happy to chat about the neighborhood and schedule a tour of our luxury apartment community. Thank you, and bon appétit!Back to all posts