Bronx Pizza | 5/107 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

A great little pizza joint with an awesome atmosphere and delicious pizza! They have vegan cheese so can customise any of their pizzas or design your own. Definitely the place to go for some drinks and beers with pals.

Coco Monde | 80 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

Located on one of Newcastle’s most popular dining strips, Coco Monde is a delightful chocolateria offering several vegan items on the menu. They do have a lunch and dinner menu however the highlights are the desserts, particularly the hazelnut crepe!

Goldberg’s | 137 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

Goldberg’s is a Newcastle institution, regularly packed out on weekends for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Not a huge range on the menu however the dahl and salads are quite delicious, just specify you’re vegan so they can adapt. Plus they have vegan desserts available too!

Go Vita | 179 Union Street, The Junction | Website

Go Vita is a health food store and a Vegan Perfection stockist which means they stock products from Soyatoo, Redwood and many many more.

Grill’d | 50 Glebe Road, The Junction | Website

You’ve probably seen Grill’d Healthy Burgers around before and although they’re not the best burger you’ll ever have, they are a great go-to for a quick and easy meal with several vegan options.

Hubro | 1a/295 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

All starting from a little cold brew (Hubrew), these Newy brothers have now opened their own cafe on Newcastle’s bustling Darby Street! Check out their fresh space and treat yourself to a coffee and a vegan treat from one of their many local suppliers.

Hunter Organic Foods & Seed Cafe3/47 Glebe Road, The Junction | Website

A small local organic store boasting fresh fruit and vegetables, breads and grains. They also stock vegan products like Funky Pies and Coco Luscious ice cream. Seed Cafe is attached and has plenty of vegan options including sweets.

Louie & Jack’s | Shop 12 200 Union Street, The Junction |

A new addition to The Junction Fair shopping centre and sister store to Bolton Street Pantry, these guys make a mean coffee and have a selection of quick eats too.

Monella | 149 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

Adding to the already stellar line up of vegan Darby Street eats, Monella provides a selection of dairy-free sorbets in constantly changing flavours such as cherry, passionfruit and chocolate.

Natural Tucker | 108 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

A lovely little takeaway cafe and grocery located on Darby Street with a selection of burgers, wraps and salads plus vegan grocery items.

Pickled & Pressed | 98 Glebe Road, The Junction | Website

A new addition to The Junction, Pickled & Pressed is a plant based cafe making a range of tasty vegan meals and treats for breakfast and lunch.

Scoop Wholefoods | 200 Union Street, The Junction | Website

COMING SOON! Scoop Wholefoods is a bulk grocery store so you can stock up on all of your favourite dry goods, nut butters, sauces and more. By bringing your own packaging and buying only what you need, you’re helping support Scoop’s sustainable vision whilst also saving cash.

Talulah | 52 Glebe Road, The Junction | Website

With vegan options scattered across their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, Talulah is a perfect option for a catch-up meal with friends and/or family. We’re talking pancakes, piadinis and bruschetta just to name a few options.

The Depot | 141-143 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | 104 Beaumont Street, Hamilton | Website

With two locations, The Depot is a cool cafe with nice atmosphere and some vegan options. On a good day they may even make you a vegan mezze plate!

VietKing | 116 Darby Street, Cooks Hill | Website

This Vietnamese restaurant is located in what I like to call the “cursed” location on Darby Street because not many restaurants have lasted in this location. VietKing is going the distance though, with an extensive vegetarian menu that can easily be veganised, just ask for no egg or butter.

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