Hit this tucked-away Dupont Circle spot for healthy vegan dishes, desserts, and drinks.
Where: 1513 17th Street NW; 202-234-0505.
Elizabeth's Gone Raw
Ensconced in a townhouse near McPherson Square, this upscale spot is ideal for elegant, special nights out, since the food is just as beautiful as the setting.
Where: 1341 L Street NW; 202-347-8349.
Sticky Fingers Bakery
Head to Columbia Heights to satisfy your sweet tooth with delish vegan deserts. You can also get sandwiches and snacks ranging from nachos to soup, at the hot bar.
Where: 370 Park Road NW; 202-299-9700.
Many ethnic restaurants, especially Thai and Ethiopian outposts, have vegan options. Old Town's Mai Thai serves veggie and tofu dishes, and makes Thai iced tea with coconut milk instead of cow's milk.
Where: 6 King Street, Alexandria; 703-548-0600.
If you're up for a drive, head to this Clarksville spot for an excellent vegan brunch.
Where: 5809 Clarksville Square Drive, Clarksville; 443-535-9400.
Photos: Via Busboys & Poets, Elizabeth's Gone Raw, Cafe Green, and Sticky Fingers