Naked Café (fully vegan)
571 Lawrence Avenue
The Naked Café was Kelowna’s first vegan restaurant and has paved the way for additional plant-based venues in the city. They offer a wide assortment of vegan breakfasts, bowls, sandwiches & burgers in a casual and cozy environment.
Renegade Kitchen & Craft Bar (fully vegan)
467 Leon Avenue
Renegade Kitchen is known for serving vegan food that even your dad would eat! They provide 100% plant-based comfort food – not health food. Some examples include “milk”-shakes, poutine, and mac ‘n “cheeze”.
Social 242 (has a vegan menu)
242 Lawrence Avenue
Social 242 is coined as a “modern meeting point”. A place to eat, drink and socialize both for special occasions and casual everyday affairs. They offer a vegan menu in addition to their regular menu – and it consists of appetizers, mains, and desserts.
Earls (has a plant-based menu)
211 Bernard Avenue
Yes, the Earls restaurant you know and love has a plant-based menu! Bowls, rolls, and more are included on this menu which ensures that all dietary needs are prioritized.
Thai Terrace (has a vegan menu)
210 Lawrence Avenue
Their vegan menu is extensive, and it would take you many visits before you could try all the delicious Thai dishes. There are also plenty of gluten-free options available.
BoxcAr by Crasian (variety of vegan options)
1250 Ellis Street
If you love The CrAsian Food Truck, you will love their stationary location, known as BoxcAr, which serves up Asian-fusion buns, brews and other snacks too – many of them being vegan! They’re located in the tasting room at BNA Brewing.
Cactus Club Café (has a plant-based menu)
1370 Water Street
In addition to their main menu, Cactus Club offers a plant-based menu equipped with vegan and vegetarian options. Friends with all dietary needs can gather in the same place with a multitude of different food and drink items to choose from.
Dosa Crepe Café (vegan and vegetarian options)
523 Bernard Avenue
Dosa Crepe Café is a south Indian cuisine restaurant which has developed a fusion with French crepes and south Indian dosa. The dosa itself is gluten free and vegan, and there are many vegan and vegetarian options for the fillings.