Located at Spider House, this popular mini-fleet of food trucks serves vegan comfort food like burgers with seitan bacon, street tacos, and tater tots.
Located at Cheer Up Charlies, this popular mini-fleet of food trucks serves vegan comfort food like burgers with seitan bacon, street tacos, and tater tots.
Located at the Grackle, this popular mini-fleet of food trucks serves vegan comfort food like burgers with seitan bacon, street tacos, and tater tots.
Austin’s first vegan gastropub offers 30 beers on tap, a full bar, and a menu featuring plant-based takes on classic pub grub.
A group of local Buddhist nuns and volunteers are spreading their message of peace and love through vegan dishes like soy-caramel braised tofu and spicy lemongrass seitan.
Pick up a book, play Battleship, and enjoy all your favorite coffee drinks along with some killer honey lemonade. You don't have to be vegetarian to love this always-packed, South Austin-funky restaurant and coffeehouse. Extensive vegan options as well.
Follow the walkway through herbs and flowers to the inviting, airy dining room for food that is organic, seasonal, vegan, and all-natural.
The fun, gay uncle of the Red River bar and live music scene, Cheer Ups is one of the most cheerful, inviting, and beloved venues on the block. Featuring random rainbow art, unicorns, and funkiness all around, the vegan bar serves a creative blend of cocktails (kale lime gingerita), as well as local beers, organic teas, and kombucha on tap. Outside, the limestone-dressed stage remains home to a variety of eclectic events, from crafts nights to karaoke, Peaches to John Legend.
What began as a food truck in 2009 has blossomed into an adorable East Austin restaurant with a dedicated following. Counter Culture offers vegan, soy-free, gluten-free, oil-free, and raw alternatives to many beloved comfort foods. Local, organic produce is used whenever possible, and healthy food, not just animal-free food, is a priority.
Plant-based trailer emphasizes the healing powers of food.
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