Saturday, November 17, 2018

Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX

Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX


The last time I visited Austin, Texas I was a very young child so this was really the first time for me. For years I heard tale of the great vegan eats in Austin and I finally was able to visit for my birthday this year. It's true that Austin has a plethora of vegan options which makes it live up to it's name as one of the best cities for vegan food. Was it my favorite city for vegan food? No, but the city has some real gems that I'll share with you below!




Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX Bistro Vonish
701 E 53rd St.
Austin, TX 78751
(203) 982-7762
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer: Elevated vegan food, brunch
Pros: Near Zucchini Kill
Cons: Location, food was cold
Highlight: Offers brunch
Rating: 2/5




Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX
Bouldin Creek Cafe
1900 S 1st St.
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 416-1601
Menu

All Vegan?: Vegetarian with vegan options
What's on offer: Everything! Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Pros: Open for all meals, lots of vegan options, plenty of seating, outdoor (and dog friendly) patio
Cons: Serves dairy, eggs
Highlight: Vegan Blueberry Cornbread
Rating: 5/5


Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX
Capital City Bakery
2211 E Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 666-7437
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer: Cupcakes, cakes, brownies, cinnamon rolls
Pros: Super cute converted house, location, variety of sweets
Cons: None!
Highlight: 
Rating: 5/5








Traveling Vegan: Austin, TXCounter Culture
2337 E Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 524-1540
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer: Brunch, Lunch, and Dinner
Pros: Brunch, Lots of seating
Cons: Some concerning reviews about the service but we didn't have a problem.
Highlight: Pancakes!
Rating: 4/5



Traveling Vegan: Austin, TXSweet Ritual
4631 Airport Blvd #125
Austin, TX 78751
(512) 666-8346
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer: Ice cream of all kinds
Pros: 16 flavors
Cons: Location
Highlight: Banana split
Rating: 4/5








Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX
Arlo's
900 Red River
at Cheerup Charlie's
Austin, TX
(512) 840-1600
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer:
Pros: Several locations
Cons: No inside seating, only a few good items
Highlight: Bac'n Cheeze Burger
Rating: 3/5







Traveling Vegan: Austin, TX
The Vegan Nom
2324 E Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 497-3147
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer: Tacos, Quesadillas, Nachos
Pros: Location, Large menu, Serves breakfast
Cons: No indoor seating
Highlight: All the breakfast tacos!
Rating: 5/5



Conscious Cravings
1311 S. 1st Street
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 582-9182
Menu

All Vegan?: Yes
What's on offer: Sandwiches, salads, wraps, smoothies
Pros: Several locations
Cons: None
Highlight:  Blackened tofu wrap
Rating: 3/5


Sundaze
2323 S Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 999-1988
Menu

All Vegan?: No, just a few vegan options
What's on offer: Vegan chicken sandwich
Pros: Vegan options
Cons: Not all vegan, Location
Highlight: A tasty vegan chicken sandwich
Rating: 2/5


Honorable mentions:

Milky Way Shakes
2908 Fruth St.
Austin TX, 78705
Menu

Cool Beans
2908 Fruth St.
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 887-8139
Menu

Zucchini Kill
2908 Fruth St.
Austin TX, 78705
Menu

What are your favorite vegan spots in Austin? Let me know in the comments!

All photos by Ashley of theveganadventure.com

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