Bucks County


With Bucks County's strong connection to its land, you'll find plenty of vegetarian cuisine created with locally-grown ingredients. We've selected some of the most creative dishes from local restaurants. Whether you're a steadfast herbivore, or an unapologetic carnivore, these dishes will delight even the pickiest of eaters.

  • Sit right across from where George Washington crossed the Delaware River at the elegant landmark that is the Washington Crossing Inn. Dine on their House Made Ravioli stuffed with summer squash, creamy ricotta cheese, tomato pesto and basil. 
  • Recharge after a delightful day of shopping in Peddlers' Village with Buttonwood Grill's vegetarian shepherd's pie. Enjoy wild mushrooms, Tuscan greens, quinoa and cauliflower sealed in a potato crust. Looking for something vegan? The staff is happy to help make the grill's items as vegan-friendly as possible!
  • Grab dinner at the historic Washington House before a show at the Sellersville Theater. Dive into roasted acorn squash bursting with creamy ricotta cheese and leeks, served with sautéed dumplings, tomatoes and figs.
  • At the fabulous Bowman's Tavern, you'll enjoy succulent dinner entrees. There is a vast menu with plenty of options for everyone, including vegetarian selections. Be sure to start with the Mac & Cheese for an appetizer. This creamy starter is made with cheddar and parmesan cheese, topped with truffle bread crumbs. Relish in the filling Eggplant Braciole with Portobello mushroom, fontina house tomato sauce and caper pesto. You will be sure to enjoy this casual dining experience along the Delaware River.
  • The Bridgetown Mill House dinner menu features a stuffed portabella mushroom or vegetable crepe with roasted red peppers and spinach in a cream sauce as an appetizer or try their vegetable lasagna prepared with seasonal vegetables for your entree. 
  • Marsha Brown's soulfully Vegetarian Napoleon is a star on the dinner menu at this popular upscale Creole New Hope restaurant. You'll feel the southern love with roasted eggplant, roasted pepper and seasonal vegetables in a creole butter sauce. If you are eating vegan, try this delicious dish without the sauce!
  • Upscale small plates are the thing to order at the farm to table focused restaurant, Earl's New American. Try their panko-crusted Griggstown farms fried chicken with a maple black pepper sauce and fingerling potato salad. Their wild arugula salad is also a delicious start to any meal or even good on its own, especially for vegetarians looking for the perfect appetizer!
  • Treat yourself to a sophisticated meal at the historic Black Bass Hotel which has been serving the community for more than 250 years. Indulge in a local favorite, the house-made butternut squash ravioli with hazelnut gorgonzola cream sauce.
  • No meat? No problem at M.O.M.'s, Maxwell's on Main, in Doylestown. Known for their craft beer and American burgers with a pinch of the South, the restaurant on Main Street offers more than enough vegetarian options like the Black Bean & Veggie Burgers.
  • Get your veggie on Spanish-style at Empanada Mama in Doylestown. The staff's goal is to come up with the most creative and unique flavor combinations to elevate the South American hand-pies into something new and exciting. The menu changes daily, but vegetarian options like Mediterranean Eggplant and Spinach and Feta are always included!
  • Indulge in authentic vegan dishes at Sprig & Vine, located along the eclectic streets of New Hope. With brunch and dinner entrees including blueberry flaxseed pancakes and English pea and spring onion risotto, your dining experience is sure to be unique and fulfilling.  
  • Blue Sage Vegetarian Grill offers a variety of vegetarian spins on classic dishes. The adobo goat cheese nachos, blue corn asparagus tacos and eggplant-stuffed peppers are some of their meat-free takes on popular meals.