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Harmony Plant Vegan Sandwiches Will Fool Meat Eaters

 Harmony Plant Vegan Sandwiches Will Fool Meat Eaters

In the few months since it became a permanent fixture with a stall at Findlay Market, Harmony Plant Fare has quickly gained a following among Queen City vegans and non-vegans alike, and for good reason: the staff is friendly and attentive, and its plant-based eats are served within minutes. Sandwiched between the bustling market’s meat counters, Harmony fills a niche with meatless twists on New York–style deli classics, plus vegan sides and desserts. 

Whether you’re a veteran vegan picking up pantry essentials or a newbie interested in meatless options, there’s no judgment here. Staffers are quick to answer any questions about flavors and ingredients and offer samples before you buy. Meatless options here go far beyond salads. The toasted vegan sandwiches taste like the real thing, including spicy buffalo chicken ranch, turkey with melted Havarti cheese, and Greek gyros. Cold sandwiches boast classic flavors, like egg salad, Italian sub, and ham and cheese. Our pick is the chickpea shawarma, a tangy mix of garlic hummus, onions, coleslaw, and chickpeas, wrapped up in a pita. In true deli fashion, Harmony Plant Fare also serves as a convenient spot to pick up vegan meats and cheeses by the pound, plant-based dips and desserts, and dairy-free milks. For sides, try the Sunny Broccoli Salad with maple-tahini dressing and the creamy potato salad. Add a Chubby Bunny cookie, and you’ve got yourself a sweet ending to a tasty meal. 

Harmony Plant Fare in Findlay Market takes its inspiration from deli classics, but their versions are plant-based. 

Harmony Plant Fare, 1801 Race St., Over-the- Rhine (513) 818-2839 

Jim Prues