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Where to Find Vegan Food in Fort Myers & Cape Coral

Looking for a beach vacation without non-stop South Beach party vibes? Then you need to head to Ft. Myers! Pack up the family and head for countless sunshine-filled days, miles of gorgeous beaches, and plenty of nature—thanks to neighboring wildlife and nature preserves.

And, when you get hungry you’ll want to prioritize checking out these vegan-friendly spots in Ft. Myers and Cape Coral.

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Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Ft. Myers & Cape Coral

If you’re interested in eating your way through Florida, be sure to check out my vegan food recommendations for Tampa + St. Pete, Sarasota, and Miami!

#1 Uhmazebowls

1830 NE Pine Island Rd #150, Cape Coral, FL 33909
6881 Daniels Pkwy. #105, Fort Myers, FL
There is really no better way to kick start your day than with a smoothie or bowl loaded with fresh fruits, greens, granola, and more! Lucky for us there are two Uhmazebowls locations with one in each Ft. Myers and Cape Coral to get your fill of fruit and veggie-packed acai, pitaya, or green bowls, along with gluten-free toasts loaded with avocado, alfalfa, berries, and more! For a sweet treat, check out their Electric Dragon Bowl (pitaya, banana, pineapple, coconut milk, topped with granola, kiwi, and coconut) but for something savory, don’t miss their avocado alfalfa toast topped with hemp seeds. One note, they do use honey and bee pollen in a few items, so be sure to double-check the menu and have them leave it off.

#2 Café You

1423 SE 10th St #1a, Cape Coral, FL 33990
609 SE 13th Cape Coral (Café YOU Fresh 2 GO located inside the Healthy Life Center)
This upbeat Australian-inspired café is serving up some of the finest coffee along with a menu focused on natural dishes full of fresh, locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Although it’s not 100% vegan, it is very vegan-friendly—kick start your day with a Roasted Veggie Brekkie Bowl (sauteed veggies, chickpeas, potato, with tofu to make it vegan) or a sweet Bowl of Health (vegan yogurt with house-made granola, and fresh fruit). On select evenings, the menu switches over to themed events featuring tacos to Thai and everything in between. 

Cafe You Salad
Photo credit: Café You

#3 Living Vine Organic Café

Royal Palm Square, 1400 Colonial Blvd #59, Fort Myers, FL 33907
Can there ever be too many places for a healthy vegan breakfast? I think not! Living Vine Café is making sure all of its visitors get the recommended amount of fruits and veggies every day with their superfood-packed smoothie bowls, shakes, raw juices, toasts, and more! And, if you need something a little bit sinful to kick off your day or to pair with your coffee, check out their assortment of vegan and gluten-free baked goods. How can you say no to house-made donuts (donuts do need to be ordered 24 hrs. ahead of time)! And, if you don’t get up early enough for breakfast, no worries, their lunchtime lineup includes black bean burgers, veggie, and grain-packed bowls, a savory vegan cobb salad, and more!

#4 Aji Limon

1336 SE 46th Ln, Cape Coral, FL 33904
Enjoy the authentic flavors of Peruvian cuisine at this family-owned spot! Forget about ceviche and beef-dominated dishes, this little spot has a vegan menu full of traditional flavor and spice. From fresh veggie-forward salads (don’t miss the Ensalada de Palta aka avocado salad) to Peruvian pan-fried veggies with your choice of soy meat, mushrooms, or a combination. This is the best spot to try something unique during your Florida getaway!

#5 Kabab Village Mediterranean

4805 S Cleveland Ave, Fort Myers, FL 33907
It’s always nice that when all else fails, you can always count on Middle Eastern cuisine, am I right? You can never go wrong with falafel! You’ll find a diverse lineup of hearty vegan options and occasional special treats like vegan baklava! Whatever you choose, make sure you add on one of their fresh juices.

Looking for more vegan-friendly cities to visit?

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