Whether you follow a vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free diet, finding quality food when you are out and about can be a challenge. Many people opt for a plant-based diet for different reasons, but all seek places that offer fresh ingredients and a variety of menu options. If you’re out and about in the Bridgewater, New Jersey, area and need to find a nourishing plant-based meal, we have some flavorful options for you. Read on to learn about five great plant-based restaurants in the Bridgewater area to help you get the energy you need to go about your day. 

Turf, Surf, and Earth

A vegan dish from a plant-based restaurant near Bridgewater City

Vegan dish” licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Flickr by ella.o

Turf, Surf, and Earth is one of those restaurants that will become a fast favorite of everyone in your family. Whether you’re seeking a plant-based meal or not, this is the perfect spot to make everyone happy. Turf, Surf, and Earth combines their passion for creating fun, delicious, and satisfying dishes with their mission to provide healthy options for people with different dietary needs, such as plant-based eating. They provide a fast-casual dining experience with a customizable menu that is healthy, sustainable, and compassionate. 

Byron Salazar, the owner and operator of this unique establishment, is a Penn State graduate and aims to introduce omnivores to the benefits of a plant-based diet by providing an accessible and varied menu to prove plant-based is tasty and satisfying. The gourmet menu offers diverse options using fresh, quality ingredients. 

A brunch menu is available on Saturdays starting at 9 a.m., a perfect time to visit and see how typically boring breakfast basics get an herbivore’s upgrade. They can serve everything on the menu vegan style or classic, at your request. Their fun and quirky menu offers fun menu options such as the Sunrise Burger, with either an impossible or Angus patty, topped with bacon, egg, cheddar, and garlic aioli. They also have gluten-free oatmeal bowls with fun flavors like the berry-based Purple Haze or nut-based PB&J All Day.

If you are starving, we suggest one of their breakfast specials such as the Mex-i-can. This dish is a healthy serving of egg scramble, beans, and hash browns, served with guacamole, pico de gallo, a cashew cheese sauce, corn tortillas, and salsa verde on the side. Pair your brunch with some fresh-squeezed orange juice or smooth oat milk. The food here will give you the energy you need to get through your Saturday with a full tummy. You’ll find them at 46 E. Main St. in Somerville, New Jersey. 


Savor is a well-established and trusted restaurant serving Italian and American cuisine to our Bridgewater and neighboring communities. As an award-winning restaurant, Savor is a great place to have a special meal and celebrate an engagement, birth, or other life event. They are a BYOB restaurant and have decent prices to ensure that customers feel valued and can return frequently without breaking the bank. 

A favorite of loyal customers is their Savor Salad. It is a scrumptious and satisfying plate of spinach with roasted beets, sunflower seeds, and goat cheese, topped with honey dijon vinegarette. If you want something a little heavier, you can’t go wrong with their mushroom ravioli. Call ahead and make a reservation to ensure you have the best seat and service possible. Their outstanding atmosphere, quality service, and savory food won’t disappoint. 

Eureka Plant Based Foods

Eureka Plant Based Foods is a vegan delicatessen proudly serving the Bridgewater community. If you’re out and want something that’s both healthy and indulging, head over to this fine establishment at 396 S. Main St. in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Described by many loyal customers as a heaven for vegans, Eureka Plant Based Foods is worth the trip. They are closed Mondays through Wednesdays, but are open Thursdays from 2 to 8 p.m. and Fridays through Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

This little spot proves that eating a plant-based diet can be exciting and tasty. It seems like a typical deli-style shop, but with a fun and thoughtful vegan twist. Business owners Lisa and Ian Rae aim to promote and support the liberation of all animals through education. Their carefully crafted menu and varied items prove dedication to their overall cause and to providing customers with some seriously tasteful plant-based plates. 

People rave about the size and flavor of their Eureka Club. It is so big you should take a friend along to share the meal. With a welcoming atmosphere and well-kept environment, you will feel good about eating clean. If you have questions about menu items or concerns about food allergies, call in advance at 844-347-5268. They’ll happily answer your questions. 

Seed to Spout

Seed to Sprout has three convenient locations throughout New Jersey serving “real good food.” They opened their doors in the Fall of 2012 with the simple goal of sharing plant-based foods and natural wellness with the community. They offer a consistently delicious daily menu and curbside pickup. If you’re in a rush, the convenience and nutrition they offer can’t be beat. Try the kimchi rice bowl that features marinated kale to help meet your daily iron needs. The grilled avocado sandwich is a filling and flavorful choice if you have to eat on the run. Check their website or call for curbside pickup and quick service. 

Planted Plate

The Planted Plate at 15 Spring St. in Princeton. New Jersey, is worth the 30-minute drive from Bridgewater. This plant-based eatery proudly serves satisfying plates for appetites of all sizes. They have everything from a simple avocado toast for breakfast to full meals with generous servings, like their Planted Platter. This hefty menu option is an appetizing serving of scrambled tofu, home fries, avocado, toast, and your choice of protein. Check their website for daily specials to save. 

So there you have it. Crème de la Crème of Bridgewater, New Jersey, has just shared with you our suggested spots for great plant-based restaurants in the Bridgewater city area. Taking the family out for a fun dining experience is a great way to introduce little ones to a varied menu and help enrich their learning while bonding with them. What do you think of our list of plant-based restaurants? Did we miss a favorite of yours? Let us know and we’ll be happy to add your suggestions to our list. Contact us at Crème de la Crème for your child care or early education needs for kids. We have a varied and rich curriculum to help prepare your children for school and enhance their life skills.