10 Vegan Food In Austin, Texas

Vegan Food In Austin
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The state capital of Texas, Austin borders on the Hill Country region. Known for its beautiful countryside, Austin offers many parks, ideal for walking, hiking and biking, as well as lakes providing fishing, swimming and boating. Austin is well known for its live music scene, based around country music, rock and blues. For lovers of motor racing, the Formula One circuit in the south of the city hosts the United States Grand Prix. The city is also known for its environmentally minded folk and its vegan and vegetarian population. To find out more, scroll below for a selection of delicious vegan food in Austin, Texas.

1. The Vegan Nom

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Posted by The Vegan Nom on Saturday, September 29, 2018

The Vegan Nom is the first vegan taco truck in all of Texas. The owners began with a plan to save the planet by serving what they love best. They produce all their tacos and accompanying hot sauces with plant-based ingredients to improve animal welfare and reduce the carbon footprint. The food truck serves a variety of snacks, classic and signature tacos, along with side dishes and starters.

The Vegan Nom

Address: 2324 East Cesar Chavez. Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512)497-3147

Website: The Vegan Nom

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2. Arlo's

Posted by Arlo's on Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Arlo’s is part of the thriving nightlife scene in Austin, Texas, and is a late night trailer with a difference. They serve only plant-based food, designed to be enjoyed by vegans and meat eaters alike. Their menu consists of a range of vegan burgers, chipotle chicken and tacos, with all the expected side dishes including French fries and sweet potato fries. Arlo’s has three locations, ideally placed for that late night comfort food snack.

Arlo's at Cheerup Charlie's

Address: 900 Red River, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 840-1600

Arlo's at The Grackle

Address: 1700 E. 6th, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 840-1840

Arlo's at Spider House Cafe

Address: 2908 Fruth, Austin, Texas. USA

Tel. No.: (512) 840-8585

Website: Arlo’s

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3. Counter Culture

Counter Culture
Source: Photo by user Jeff Gunn used under CC BY 2.0

Counter Culture started in July 2009 as a food trailer, serving international vegan comfort food. The restaurant also caters for vegetarians and has attracted interest from meat eaters to their tasty fare. All items on the menu are dairy-free, meatless and are made from scratch from healthy, raw foods. Wherever possible the restaurant uses fair trade, organic and locally-grown ingredients. Enjoy their daily specials, which include a range of starters, salads, tacos and sandwiches as well as delicious homemade desserts.

Counter Culture

Address: 2337 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 524-1540

Website: Counter Culture

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4. Mr. Natural

Tofu Sunflower Seed and Black Bean Cheese Tamales at Mr. Natural in Austin, TX...Yum!
Source: Photo by user Roy Montgomery used under CC BY 2.0

Mr. Natural serves only soy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, nut-free and dairy-free food with a variety of recipes created by Chef Jesus Mendoza Jr. The menu includes delicious enchiladas, vegetable stir fry, patties and tacos, with a varying daily menu served. Take-outs are available for those who prefer to enjoy the food at home. For convenience, Mr. Natural has two locations in Austin.

Mr. Natural

Address: 1901 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 477-5228

Mr. Natural

Address: 2414 A South Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 916-9223

Website: Mr. Natural

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5. Curcuma

Posted by Curcuma on Saturday, September 3, 2016

Curcuma is a food truck selling only healthy, gluten-free, dairy-free and organic vegan food. They are well known for their Golden Myck and Butter Coffee, as well as a range of other, original coffee and tea drinks and smoothies. Located in East Cesar Chavez Street, their food options include tacos, salads, super food treats and healthy broths.


Address: 2207 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 956-9550

Website: Curcuma

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6. Capital City Bakery

Posted by Capital City Bakery on Thursday, September 24, 2015

Capital City Bakery bakes a range of 100% vegan, cholesterol-free cakes and pastries which are available fresh daily. Only locally-sourced ingredients are used wherever possible. The bakery is keen on recycling and their boxes are made from recycled materials. The bakery also prepares wedding cakes on order.

Capital City Bakery

Address: 2211 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 666-7437

Website: Capital City Bakery

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7. Bouldin Creek Cafe

Posted by Bouldin Creek Cafe on Friday, August 31, 2018

Bouldin Creek Cafe serves delicious vegetarian and vegan food which they say is enjoyed by vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Reasonably priced, the restaurant serves a variety of dishes and beverages including guacamole, pasta, enchiladas, nachos and a vegan barbeque plate. For those who only want coffee and a snack, the cafe serves organic and fair trade coffee.

Bouldin Creek Cafe

Address: 900 S 1st Street, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 416-1601

Website: Bouldin Creek Cafe

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8. Casa de Luz

Posted by Casa de Luz on Thursday, November 29, 2012

Casa de Luz is set in a community center in Austin, Texas. They serve food as a remedy for diseases and other health difficulties. The menu is based on a whole food, plant-based approach. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, including porridge, tortillas, soups, mixed vegetables and handmade tortillas. They also serve delicious teas and filtered water.

Casa de Luz

Address: 1701 Toomey Rd., Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 476-2535

Website: Casa de Luz

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9. Flower Child

A wise tip from @doctorsdaughters: The more vegetarian options, the merrier!

Posted by Flower Child on Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Flower Child aims to satisfy your soul with a selection of healthy food. They serve a variety of grains, greens, bowls and wraps, all made from scratch with locally-sourced farm-fresh ingredients. They also serve their own lemonades, organic wine and beer and kombucha, made to satisfy anyone on a vegan, gluten-free or paleo diet. Examples from their extensive menu include Indian spiced cauliflower, gluten-free mac and cheese and red chilli glazed sweet potato.

Flower Child

Address: 500 W. 2nd St., #133 Austin, Texas

Tel. No.: (512) 777-4132

Website: Flower Child

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10. Cool Beans

Posted by Cool Beans on Sunday, July 29, 2018

The Cool Beans Food Truck was inspired by Latin street cuisine, recreated to use all natural, organic and animal-free products. Most of the recipes are made from scratch, including corn tortillas, salsas, creams and the mayo they serve on their Street Corn. They source their seasonal ingredients from local farms. Chow down on loaded nachos, tacos, guacamole, chips and salsa.

Cool Beans

Address: Spiderhouse Coffee, 2908 Fruth St, Austin, Texas, USA

Tel. No.: (512) 887-8139

Website: Cool Beans

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Eat healthy in Austin, Texas

While exploring the state capital, take time to relax and enjoy good, healthy food along the way with some of the best vegan food in Austin, Texas.

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Anne Sewell was born in England, but has spent most of her life in Africa - Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa - and now resides on the beautiful Costa del Sol in southern Spain. She loves writing...Read more

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