These ten vegan dishes — found in a diverse array of eateries (not all of which are vegan or vegetarian) — will please even the most salad-averse of diners. Bring your picky relatives and add a few years to their lives with all of these veggies.
10. Wild mushroom salad at Yuga
Lettuce can be decidedly dull, so it takes a lot for a salad to make its way to a list like this. But Yuga's delicate yet substantial wild mushroom salad is more than your average greenery. Featuring deliciously moist shiitake mushrooms, adorable enoki mushrooms, and fresh field greens with a cilantro-ginger vinaigrette, it's a true treat ($9.95).
9. Cheese platter at Full Bloom Vegan
It's not often that a vegan gets to indulge in a cheese platter. This isn't NYC, after all — Miami doesn't have its own dairy-free fromagerie. Luckily, the gentlemen of Full Bloom offer a platter of Miyoko's Creamery (one of the world's best vegan
8. Living lasagna at the Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill at the Standard Spa Miami Beach
Dreamed up by Mark Zeitouni, the restaurant's food and beverage director, this vibrant dish could convert the staunchest of raw-food haters. Layered and pressed overnight prior to serving, the colorful entrée is a mix of cashew cheese, nut and vegetable "sausage," raw tomato sauce, and a carrot-shiitake mix, all layered with fresh squash. Served cold and garnished with raw olive oil, sea
7. Veggie plate at Blue Collar
Thanks to a lot of TLC by Blue Collar's Danny Serfer, vegetables never tasted so good. Biscayne Boulevard's casual eatery has a daily veg chalkboard that offers a host of plant-strong options. Though many of the veggies are cooked with butter, guests simply need to request