Below are some recommendations for restaurants on Thayer St. based on the following dietary restrictions (Eat at your own risk, may not be a complete!):
Vegetarian & Vegan
Beatnic – vegan-only restaurant
Baja’s – vegetarian and vegan options
Chipotle – vegetarian and vegan options
Kabob and Curry – has a vegetarian and a vegan section of the menu. Not allergy friendly.
Antonio’s Pizza by the slice – vegetarian options
Bagel Gourmet on Meeting St.. – vegetarian options
East Side Pockets – vegetarian options
Flatbread – has vegan options
Blue State Coffee – vegetarian options
Den Den Korean Fried Chicken – has vegetarian options.
Pokeworks – has tofu/vegan option
Shake Shack – has vegetarian option
Wong’s Kitchen – has vegetarian options
La Creperie – has vegetarian options
Heng Thai – has a vegan menu
Tribos Peri-Peri – has vegetarian options
Soban Korean Eatery – has vegetarian options
Meeting St. Café – has vegetarian options
East Side Pockets – has gluten free options
Pokeworks — has the potential to be GF
Heng Thai – has a gluten free menu
Pokeworks – allows you to swap rice for a salad base. Can choose keto friendly items and sauces.
Chipotle – has some keto friendly options
Tribos Peri Peri Rotisserie Chicken – has the option to order only meat with coleslaw on the side
East Side Pockets
Abu Yarub Al-Shami
Kabob and Curry
Beatnic – Certified by International Kosher Council (IKC) under the supervision of Rabbi Zev Schwartz.
Antonio’s pizza – does not appear to sell any kind of fish or shellfish
Shake Shack – while there is no shellfish on the menu, they do claim some of their products are processed in a facility with potential cross contamination.
Tree nuts/Peanut Allergies
Shake Shack – while there are no nuts on the menu or in preparation (such as oils), they do claim some of their products are processed in a facility with potential cross contamination.