Blind Faith Cafe

(847) 328-6875 | View Website

525 Dempster St, Evanston, IL | Directions   60201

42.041255 -87.680123

Open Hours

Sat: 9am-10pm, Sun: 9am-9pm, Tue-Thu: 11am-9pm, Fri: 11am-10pm

Restaurants, Certified Green Restaurant(R), Cafes  more

Cuisine: Eclectic & International, Traditional American, Vegetarian

Price: $

General Info: Open 7 Days

Tags: Lunch Spot, Breakfast, Local Favorite

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Cash, Visa, American Express

Neighborhoods: Evanston

Owner verified business
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Reviews for Blind Faith Cafe


Blind Faith is an amazing vegetarian restaurant which just happens to be a member of Chicago's Guaranteed Green Restaurant Coalition. Known for it's unique party and catering trays and absolutely brilliant flavor combinations, Blind Faith is a jewel for the Chicago vegetarian palette. Get there and get there quick for lots of vegetable love!

over a year ago

Evanston favorite serves up vegetarian and vegan fare to a loyal crowd of college students and locals. – In Short
With batik hanging from the wall, the Beatles playing in the background, and bean and rice dishes on the menu, Blind Faith Cafe is a throwback to the decade that gave rise to its namesake '70s supergroup. Seitan (a wheat-based meat substitute) slips into a variety of dishes here, from seitan Marsala with rich Italian wine sauce to Mongolian seitan stir-fry and seitan fajitas. Desserts include winners like vegan chocolate cake, complete with tofu "buttercream" frosting.

over a year ago

Why'd they move out of Chicago? – The only bad thing I have to say about the Blind Faith is that they have no locations close to my is worth the drive to Evanston though! Interesting vegetarian dishesand really yummy desserts!

over a year ago

Vegan, Huzzah! – Blind Faith Cafe is one of my favorite restaurants. If you're trying something new, go for the Mongolian StirFry or the Thai Peanut Noodles. The BBQ seitan is also delicious. I do not recommend the Macrobiotic Plate -- bland, bland, bland.

However, as a vegan, I'm not sure I'd recommend the restaurant to many non-vegetarians. The menu throws "strange" words like tempah or seitan in the descriptions without much of an explaination, so the only thing non-veggies are likely to recognize is the cheese ravioli.

Also, I wouldn't recommend the breakfast menu for vegans. Most of it is egg- and cheese- based, and even with substitutions, you'll only be able to get a small selection.

The atmosphere is very calming and it's easy to carry on a conversation wherever you go. I've found the servers to be very helpful.

So, go for lunch or dinner -- you won't regret it!

over a year ago

Vegie never tasted so good – I can't believe it is not meat - an excellect vegetarian restaurant - do not miss the Aztec Hash or Mongolian Stir Fry

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