Louisville Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants

Louisville Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants

Morels Cafe
“Home of the Farby”
Full line of Kentucky Kombucha on tap
619 Baxter Ave, 40204
(502) 409-5916
T-TH 11 am – 8 pm; F-Sat 11 am – 9 pm; Sun 11 am – 7 pm

Heart and Soy

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Favorite Louisville Breakfast and Brunch Spots

Favorite Louisville Breakfast and Brunch Spots

Old Louisville

North Lime Coffee & Donuts
1228 S 7th St, Louisville, KY 40203

Very delicious, and more savory than sweet, these unique doughnuts go down easy. Located on the Edison Center campus at 7th and Ormsby, the owners of this Lexington, KY donut brand took great care to restore a centuries-old building into the landmark it is today. Enjoy a traditional glaze, funkfetti, or blueberry cake donut alongside a delicious coffee from local roaster: Good Folks Coffee


Bar Vetti (a non-tipping establishment) – CLOSED SUNDAY
800 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40203

Wednesday – Thursday 11am – 2pm
Friday – Saturday 10am – 2pm

Located on the first floor of the 800 Building, a 1960’s-era residential tower and Louisville icon, Bar Vetti is a small, upscale, light-filled restaurant, with a big city feel. Their inventive brunch menu is for the more adventurous breakfast palate. Enjoy authentic Italian pizzas, sandwiches, bowls and crostinos, most with a breakfast influence.



605 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202
Open Monday – Friday. 7 AM – 4 PM

Atlantic No. 5 is a Main Street eatery and general store offering a selection of homemade sandwiches, biscuits salads, desserts and grab-to-go meals. A great place to start your weekday excursions through downtown Louisville’s bourbon and art scenes.

Order online during the week for convenient pickup.


DISH on Market
434 W Market St, Louisville, KY 40202
Open Monday – Sunday starting at 8 AM

A breakfast restaurant sure to please everyone in your group. Try the Presidential Breakfast, which includes a shot of Old Grandad Bourbon.


J Grahams Cafe (at the Historic Brown Hotel)
335 W Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
Entrance on 4th St

If you are looking for history, then you must try the legendary Louisville Hot Brown at the place it was invented…J Graham’s Cafe. In the 1920’s hundreds gathered each weekend for dancing at the Brown Hotel. The Hot Brown was created as a change from the traditional ham and eggs that were typically served.


Nancy’s Bagel Grounds

Nancy’s New York-style bagels are made fresh in house daily. Order at the outside window and enjoy at a nearby table or park bench outside. Great for when you are on-the-go. Try the everything bagel with jalapeno cream cheese schmear.

Proof on Main
702 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202

Wild Eggs (Superb! Potential for wait)




Lydia House


Lower Highlands / Phoenix Hill

Gralehaus (Local Favorite!)

The Cafe

Wiltshire Pantry Bakery & Cafe


Upper Highlands

Highland Morning

North End Cafe

Safai Coffee Shop

Twig and Leaf (Historic diner/greasy spoon)


NULU / East Market District

Garage Bar (Sundays Only)

Toast on Market (Superb! Potential for wait)




Crescent Hill / Upper Frankfort Ave

Blue Dog Bakery (Superb! Potential for wait)

Eggs Over Frankfort
2712 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, KY 40206


Clifton/Lower Frankfort Ave

Con Huevos

North End Cafe

Silver Dollar (Sundays Only)


Churchill Downs / UofL


Wagner’s Pharmacy

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Airbnb and City of Louisville Reach Tax Collection Agreement

Airbnb and City of Louisville Reach Tax Collection Agreement

A press release was sent out by the City of Louisville this morning announcing they have reached an agreement with Airbnb to collect and remit the 8.5% hospitality/bed tax on every guest reservation made through Airbnb. Under Airbnb’s current agreement with the state, taxes are added to reservations at checkout and paid by the guest. Airbnb remits to the State on the host’s behalf. 
The agreement with the City is expected to go into effect April 1st. Additional details will be made available as they are known. It is advised that everyone continue with current tax collection and remittance practice until further notified. And remember, this applies only to Airbnb reservations. No agreements are in place with other platforms (VRBO, Expedia, etc.) or direct placement guests. 
Here is the full release form the City of Louisville: 

Louisville Metro and Airbnb announced today the finalization of an agreement that will allow the company to collect and remit taxes on behalf of its hosts in Louisville and Jefferson County. Effective April 1, Airbnb will automatically collect and remit the Louisville Transient Room Tax (8.5%) for taxable bookings. The agreement allows Louisville to fully benefit from people visiting and staying longer through home sharing.

Collecting and remitting hotel taxes can be complicated, as the rules were designed for traditional hospitality providers and large hotel corporations with teams of lawyers and accountants.

That’s why Airbnb has begun partnering with governments throughout the world to collect and remit taxes, making the process seamless and easy for hosts to pay their fair share while contributing new revenue for local governments. These agreements are particularly impactful for a city like Louisville, where some homeowners may only be hosting visitors during a handful of large events such as the Kentucky Derby, and therefore are less likely to be aware of the applicable taxes associated with short-term rentals.

“I am delighted to see that the city has settled on an agreement with Airbnb. We have leisure and convention travelers requesting the option of an Airbnb. We have a growing number of Airbnb Hosts in Louisville – this will put them on the same playing field as our other accommodations in paying the transient room tax,” said Karen Williams, President & CEO of the Louisville Convention Bureau.

“We are always looking for opportunities to better serve taxpayers,” said Louisville Metro Revenue Commission Director Angela Dunn. “This agreement advances that goal by streamlining the local tax process for hosts.”

This marks Airbnb’s third tax agreement in Kentucky. In September 2017, the company announced a statewide tax agreement with the Kentucky Department of Revenue that authorized the company to collect and remit the state sales tax on all Kentucky Airbnb bookings (including in Louisville Metro). And earlier this year, Airbnb and Lexington announced an agreement authorizing Airbnb to collect and remit Lexington’s local room tax.

“We believe this agreement will unlock significant new revenue for Louisville Convention Bureau moving forward, and we’re so thrilled to have finalized it well prior to the Derby,” said Laura Spanjian, policy director for Airbnb. “With clear, fair rules to regulate home sharing and now a tax agreement to bring in new revenue, Louisville has emerged as a national model for how cities can capitalize from the sharing economy.”

The agreement comes at a time of dynamic home sharing growth in the Greater Louisville area. In 2017, Louisville-area Airbnb hosts earned $10 million in supplemental income while welcoming over 78,000 guest arrivals to the city.

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