Baked True North is a gluten free bakery based in the North Boroughs of Pittsburgh. Their vegan offerings include doughnuts, cookies, and cakes.
Chip and Kale (Beechview)
2102 Broadway Ave, 15216
Chip and Kale is a meal delivery service that delivers homemade vegan meal kits right to your door. They also offer meal kit pickups at their Beechview location (via steelcitymeals.com
). Chip and Kale's mission is to make healthy, plant-based food, accessible and easy, so everyone can enjoy vegan cooking at home-- no matter how busy their lifestyle! Their menu changes weekly and an entirely gluten-free option is generally available. Because there’s no subscription, you choose when you’d like to order: All meal kits are prepared fresh and come with easy-to-follow instructions.
Chocolate Fusion Candy
Chocolate Fusion Candy is a locally owned and operated chocolate shop with a production facility in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. On their website, you can buy 2 different kinds of vegan fudge and choose your own mix of 12 different types of vegan chocolates in their gift box assortments. Buy their special treats as a gift to someone special, or just for you to enjoy yourself!
Crust Worthy is a small-scale community-supported baking operation. All of their bread is naturally leavened with wild yeast and slow fermentation. In addition to breads, they also offer a variety of sourdough-infused baked goods such as muffins, sweet and savory rolls, cakes, and cookies. All items are available for order and can be picked up at The Big Idea Bookstore & Cafe in Bloomfield, which also carries their Golden Challah Rolls in a variety of flavors. Crust Worthy offers a delivery option as well.
Disfrutar is a 100% vegan Mexican mobile business. Their menu offers street tacos and salsa, along with specials like empanadas, taquitos, and tamales! Vegan protein offerings vary, and include soy curls, tofu, chorizo, and vegan beef. Disfrutar hosts pop-ups at coffeeshops and outdoor events all around the city of Pittsburgh, and they take payments in cash or via Venmo. You can keep up with their pop up schedule on Instagram.
Enufpgh is a Pittsburgh-based pop-up serving soul food, including fried vegan meats, crabcakes, and macaroni and cheese.
Everest Eats is a family-owned, fully plant-based non-subscription meal delivery service, and they also do catering and consulting. Their meals are fully prepared and delivered to the customer's doorstep with very minimal preparation time required. Weekly menus are posted on Everest Eats' website as well as on their social media pages, and ordering closes each Wednesday at midnight for delivery on the following Tuesday. Customers may also choose sides & desserts to go with meals, and they have gluten-free and whole-food plant-based options as well. Everest Eats' quantity options include single, couple, & family packages.
3810 Butler St, 15201
Franktuary runs a popular local food truck, selling their signature hot dogs and fries. Hot dogs come in several different styles, with vegan chili as one of the topping options. Franktuary avoids the use of high-fructose corn syrup, GMOs, and artificial sweeteners, and they pride themselves on natural, local, healthy ingredients. Be sure to ask for a tofu dog with a vegan roll. Find the Franktuary Food Truck at locations advertised on their social media, and you can even book them for your own events by messaging them through their website!
Gluten Free Goat Bakery
Gluten Free Goat is a wholesaler of vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free baked goods. GFG baked goods can be found at various locations around the city (check their website for a full list!).
Haskel's Delicatessen is a popular local food truck. They are Pittsburgh's first knish vendor, and their rotating menu includes vegan versions of Jewish deli staples. Typical vegan-as-is items include potato knishes (a happy little baked mashed potato pie with caramelized onion and paprika; rhymes with “delish”), stuffed cabbage fried rice, fried rice with seitan chunks, and a seitan pastrami sandwich! Their website also includes a schedule of where to find them next, and you can book them for a private event by emailing email@example.com.
Hello Hummus is a local business that spreads a wide variety of hummus offerings and salads at farmer’s markets all across the city. Pick up dippable classic hummus flavors like roasted garlic, roasted pepper, and Mediterranean at any of the markets they set up shop Monday through Saturday, or venture into their unique delicious hummus blends like cucumber dill, lemon basil, and sweet potato curry. Several Hello Hummus flavors can also be found in the cooler section of the East End Food Co-op. Check out their website (www.hellohummus.com) to see their farmer’s market schedule and a full menu of their hummus flavors and salads, and connect with them on social media (@hello_hummus in Instagram or HelloHummus on Facebook) to send them a message or to see pictures of what they’re bringing this week to your local market.
A small family business in Munhall, House of Soul Catering serves home-style cooking and southern cuisine.
Julia's Vegan Cakery
Julia's Vegan Cakery and Bakeshop is an online/mobile 100% vegan bakery. They use no animal products and take very careful measures to ensure that everything is plant-based. Offerings include different varieties of cookies, cakes, brownies, biscotti, and cupcakes. They operate through custom order and delivery (for events such as parties, showers, holidays, and more!), through local restaurants, and at pop-up locations in the greater Pittsburgh area. Julia's accepts orders via phone, email, and Instagram direct message.
Often found as a pop-up at Everyday's a Sunday in Garfield, Littlejohn Eatz serves up brunch and comfort food. Most items are vegan.
LOVE, KIMARI. VEGAN SOUL puts a plant-based spin on traditional cuisines including Mexican, Asian, Jamaican, Italian, Indian, and Mediterranean. Check Facebook for menus, and order by text for pick-up.
NoocH is a mobile restaurant that offers pop-up dinners at various locations around the city. NoocH's all-vegan menu rotates, featuring veganized versions of traditional favorites, classic holiday meals, and entrees and treats inspired by a variety of cultures. Along with their pop-up events, you can order vegan cheeses and desserts via their Instagram.
Pure Grub an online/mobile business which offers dairy-free, gluten-free options with health in mind. Find them every Friday at the North Side Farmer's Market.
Remedy Kitchen Vegan Food Co.
Remedy Kitchen is a meal delivery service that takes the work out of eating healthy plant-based meals. They are a unique local business focused on delivering freshly-prepared, ready-to-eat, nourishing meals to your doorstep. Menus change weekly and are thoughtfully created to ensure they meet Remedy Kitchen’s highest standards: organic, clean and nutritious ingredients (no oil, no junk), deliciously flavorful, satisfyingly filling, and environmentally sustainable. Sign up for their newsletter to receive weekly menus, and order through their website by midnight on Monday for Sunday delivery.
Sharayah's Plant-Based Treats
Sharayah's Plant-Based Treats is an online and mobile bakery. Based in the south hills, Sharayah makes vegan pop tarts in classic flavors. Sharayah's Plant-Based Treats offers delivery and pickup, and can also be found at farmers markets and other events around the city. You can keep up with Sharayah's flavors and schedule on her Instagram page!
Sleeping Ranchero is a ghost kitchen that offers pop-up meals at various locations around the city. They have an all-vegan rotating menu, which features unique, innovative street tacos! Along with their pop-up events, you can order vegan sauces via their Instagram. To find Sleeping Ranchero's current menu offerings, check their website, Facebook, or Instagram.
Stickler's is a small-batch popsicle company located in Pittsburgh. Health- conscious and environmentally responsible, Stickler's only uses fresh fruit and all-natural ingredients. Every popsicle is vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free, and is sweetened with natural cane sugar; Stickler's popsicles never have artificial color or flavors. Find Stickler's at an outdoor event in Pittsburgh, and you can even hire the truck or receive a small-batch delivery for your next private event! You can keep up with Stickler's schedule on their Instagram and Facebook pages.
The Chosen Crumb
The Chosen Crumb offers 100% vegan small-batch baked goods. Custom order cakes, cupcakes, and cookies are beautifully created in their certified home bake shop. They also offer Crumb Boxes, with different specials and unique flavors that are not on the regular menu. Gluten-free options are also available. Orders are placed online and pick-up is available in Butler and various locations closer to Pittsburgh.
Veggies N’at offers ready-to-heat vegan meals for pick up or delivery once a week on Monday evenings. Their menu changes weekly and they always offer a variety of dishes with fresh veggies and innovative flavor combinations! Besides being perfect for those times when you don’t feel like cooking, Veggies N’at also offers vegan food for catering, private parties, and collaborative pop-up events in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. Check them out on Instagram for their weekly menu and send a DM or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.
Wild Rise Bakery
Wild Rise Bakery makes gluten-free baked goods using gluten-free grains, wild & bakers’ yeasts, and other local and regionally sourced ingredients. Menus are posted weekly, and orders can be placed online (link through Instagram account), by email, and by phone, and picked up at either the Lawrenceville or Wilkinsburg farmer’s markets, or at the BOOM! Concepts Art Gallery and Creative Incubator Space in Garfield. All bread and bagels are currently vegan, with some vegan pastry offerings occasionally offered and more in the works!
Zoi Health Food Kitchen
Zoi Health Food Kitchen is a 100% vegan Cretan food delivery service based in McMurray in Washington County. While Greek food can be meat-heavy, Cretan food (from the island of Crete, Greece) is very veg-friendly! Zoi's recipes have been passed down for generations in the creator’s family, and she has created her own vegan twist. The delicious menu rotates weekly, and typical offerings include baklava (made with agave), grape leaves, and Greek oil cookies. Their healthy meal preps come in 32-ounce containers which are also freezable. Zoi's goal is to cater to your mind, body, and soul. Deliveries are sent out on Mondays and are available in Washington, Canonsburg, and metro Pittsburgh. To place an order, you can email email@example.com.