Best Veggies Burgers in AtlantaAtlanta has plenty of restaurants serving great veggie burgers. No matter if you’re vegan, looking to cut down on meat, or in search of a variation on the traditional beef burger, these five meals on a bun shouldn’t be missed.

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Farm Burger

The No. 2 blackboard burger is always vegan, but the quinoa-based patty gets seasonal flavor updates. Served on a sesame seed bun, this ancient grain burger is packed with protein and flavor. Seven Atlanta locations.

Shake Shack

The Shroom Burger isn’t exactly a patty. But a fried portabello mushroom filled with melted cheeses and topped with ShackSauce and all the fixings is a burger-like, no-meat mouthful. Buckhead, Old Fourth Ward and Dunwoody.


The sweet soy glaze on the veggie burger here makes it memorable even for meat-eaters. The house recipe patty includes brown rice, black beans, oat bran, beets and plenty of seasoning. Buckhead and Atlanta.

Café Sunflower

A homemade soy patty, known as the Sunflower Burger, is topped with house pickle, tomato, red onion and served on a multigrain bun. Get it at lunchtime for fresh-grilled flavor that’s mighty close to a traditional burger. Buckhead.

Yeah Burger

This spot offers a build-your-own burger menu with tons of veggie options. The house-made patties include veggie, with organic vegetables, and vegan, made with organic black beans and brown rice. Combine your favorite flavors with a huge range of topping choices like hydroponic Bibb lettuce, basil pesto, vegan and regular cheeses, and tempeh bacon. Yeah Burger also serves popular brand name veggie burgers (see below.) Virginia-Highland and West Midtown. Temporarily closed.

Looking for Atlanta restaurants that serve Beyond Burger or the Impossible Burger? Start here:


The Pinewood 


Mix’d Up Burger

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