1900 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704 (512) 416-1601
Bouldin Creek Cafe provides fairly priced, wholesome, flavorful, and satisfying vegetarian and vegan food. They also serve a wide array of tasty beverages. The coffee is locally roasted, organic, and fair trade. We are your go-to place if you are looking for quality food coupled with fresh coffee. They also serve 25 varieties of hot tea, beer, wine, Sake Screwdrivers and Sake Lemonades. Happy Hour specials run daily from 3-7 pm.
1701 Toomey Rd, Austin, TX 78704 (512) 476-2535
Casa de Luz or “house of light” was founded in 1991 and can best be described as a “community center-restaurant.” The founders, Maryann Rose and Wayo Longoria, had a passion for healthy living and providing good food. They promoted a macrobiotic lifestyle long before it gained popularity among the American mainstream.
5011 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78756 (512) 792-9546
Citizen Eatery offers a bold-flavored vegetarian and vegan dining experience in a casual contemporary setting with a 100% meat-free menu. Local Austin owners Michael Moyer and Aimee Waldon focus their menu on making delicious veggie burgers designed by Austin chef Andrew Brooks. Citizen Eatery serves a lot of other original vegetarian dishes inspired by meals the owners ate while growing up.
2908 Fruth St. Austin TX 78705 (512) 887-8139
Cool Beans is a completely organic and vegan food truck serving “elevated Mexican cuisine.” The idea was born on the Border & by the Sea in the city of Brownsville, TX. In 2014, they moved to Austin with their all natural and organic Latin cuisine! The tacos and tamales are amazing!
2337 East Cesar Chavez St. Austin TX 78702 (512) 524-1540
Counter Culture was originally established in July 2009 as a food trailer run by Sue Davis. They serve internationally inspired vegan comfort food which is made daily on the premises. They cater to vegetarians, but they’re popular with everyone. Counter Culture offers friendly, informal service in a lively mid-century atmosphere. The menu includes meatless, dairy-free, and raw foods made from scratch at remarkably affordable prices. Whenever possible the restaurant procures organic, fair trade & locally grown food from area farmers. Sue and the Counter Culture team go to great lengths to reuse, recycle and compost.
Daily Juice Cafe is an Austin original that has squeezed fresh juice daily since 2003. They never use purees, added sugars, or ice – just fresh, raw juice. They also serve an assortment of light snacks including some raw & gluten free options. Store bought juices are usually pasteurized or high pressure processed to extend their shelf lives 30-60 days. And that’s why you’ll have to visit Daily Juice Cafe if you want to sample the real raw deal.
2113 Manor Road Austin, TX 78722 (512) 476-5858
Eastside Cafe has been serving Austin since 1988. It was one of the first restaurants on Manor Road. Eastside Cafe was also a pioneer in the urban farming movement, using herbs and vegetables from their own garden on the property. Nearly everything on the menu is made from scratch. Eastside Cafe has been named one of Austin’s 10 Best Restaurants by USA Today Travel. Many items are vegetarian-friendly, and there is also a gluten-free menu.
11721 Rock Rose Avenue Austin, Texas 78758 (512) 777-2493
500 W 2nd Street, Suite 133 Austin, Texas 78701 (512) 777.4132
Flower Child offers you an open invitation to join them on the journey to food enlightenment. Flower Child’s fundamental promise is to serve healthy food for a happy world. They work with local ranchers who respect, protect and love their animals. They raised without chemical additives. All their produce is organic. Their food is always cooked fresh and served quickly.
9828 Great Hills Trail suite 300, Austin, TX 78759
At Honest Mary’s, you can make your own delicious bowl of salad, protein, and grains or order from their prepared dishes of super foods. Austin owner Nelson Monteith sees their menu as “honest” ingredients, from rice to vegetables to meats to fish. For drinks, there is organic tapped wine, beer, as well as agua frescas, Yaupon iced tea, and kombucha.
JuiceLand has been a self-proclaimed a “fountain of freshness” in a world of fast food since 2011. They feature fresh juices, superfood smoothies, wraps, noodle bowls, quinoa dishes and salads. An Austin original, they now have over 22 locations throughout the Austin area, Brooklyn, New York, Dallas, and Houston. JuiceLand’s founder Matt Shook says his secret is making sure his employees have fun at work.
Kerbey Lane Cafe has served good, homemade quality food that is local, healthy and affordable since 1980 in a small house on Kerbey Lane in north-central Austin. While they have now grown to seven restaurants spread across the Austin area, they’ve always sought to provide a welcoming and memorable experience. All their food is made in a health-conscious way, parts of the menu are vegan & vegetarian friendly.
3100 Esperanza Crossing Suite 130, Austin TX 78758 (512) 687-2846
455 University Blvd Suite 100, Round Rock TX 78665 (512) 792-5530
1900 Ranch Rd 620 S Suite 400, Austin TX 78734 (512) 792-5522
419 W. 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 213-0160
Lakeline Mall 13000 Ranch Road 620 NorthSuite 102, Cedar Park, TX 78613 (512) 975-7360
Marley Hodgson and Dan Long, lifelong friends and chefs, founded Colorado-based MAD Greens in 2004. They pioneered the fast-casual salad category. All their foods are prepared in house. To keep their menu exciting, they invite new chefs each year to create seasonal dishes inspired by different parts of the world.
4215 Duval Street Austin, TX 78751 (512) 451-3994
Mother’s Cafe serves vegetarian and vegan soups, salads, enchiladas, specialties, snacks, sandwiches, brunches, smoothies, beer, wine, and desserts. Especially delicious is the vegan chocolate cake, vegan stuffed peppers, and the vegan pancake of the day! Small dogs are welcome on the patio.
1901 E Cesar Chavez St. (512) 477-5228
2414 S Lamar Blvd (512) 916-9223
Mr. Natural is a natural foods restaurant, bakery, juice bar, and health food store all rolled into one. Their award-winning vegetarian restaurant offers non-dairy, wheat-free, vegan, or vegetarian food using all natural ingredients in unique Mexican vegetarian dishes. Mr. Natural caters, makes it to go, and they can even mail it to you. When it comes to Mr. Natural’s Bakery, you probably won’t find a healthier selection of vegetarian baked goods anywhere. Check out their selection of natural drinks, meat-substitute entrees, vitamin and mineral supplements, and other herbal products. Mr. Natural also offers yoga and meditation classes in their Meditation Room.
501 S Austin Avenue, Georgetown TX, 787626 (512) 554-2060
1105 S. Mays St., Round Rock TX 78664
6448 E Hwy 290 Suite A-100, Austin, TX 78723
Nancy’s Sky Garden is known for its menu of healthy foods and variety of fine teas. Most of the menu is gluten-free. Alcohol is not served but guests can bring their own for a small uncorking fee.
7800 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78745 (512) 538-7318
Revolution Vegan Kitchen is an Austin food truck. They specialize in vegan tacos, burgers, and wraps. Their menu is very kid-friendly too, with “Mac ‘n’ Cheez”, “Corn Dawgs”, “Hot Dawgs”, “Chick’n Nuggets”, curly fries, juice boxes, and Nadamoo ice cream! Check out their Facebook page for current location and specials of the day.
Snap Kitchen makes a healthy lifestyle easy with fresh, prepared meals made from scratch every day using high quality ingredients. You can pick your own meals to stock your fridge or let Snap Dragon create your meal plans.Click Here to see their numerous locations throughout Central Texas.
9515 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753 (512) 997-7923
Swad Indian Vegetarian Restaurant is a long established Indian vegetarian food restaurant in Austin. It’s known for its authenticity and good prices.
4631 Airport Blvd. Suite 125 Austin, Texas 78751 (512) 666-8346
Sweet Ritual has been serving gluten- and dairy-free, vegan ice cream and desserts since 2011. Their menu features ice cream cones, sundaes, ice cream cakes, and other delicious desserts. They make everything from scratch, right in their shop. Since Sweet Ritual does not use dairy, ice creams starts with creamy nut butters and is finished with real fruit, fresh spices, or inclusions from vegan bakeries. They source local ingredients when possible like Hill Country lavender and Fredericksburg peaches.
2324 E. Cesar Chavez St. Austin TX 78702 (512) 497-3147
The Vegan Nom is a food truck that serves all vegan tacos and is known for some of the best vegan tacos in Austin with animal-free ingredients like tofu, tempeh, and vegan chorizo. You would almost never notice the absence of meat in The Vegan Nom’s tacos. Their taste is very authentically Mexican.
1611 W 5th. St. Suite 135, Austin, TX 78703 (512) 457-1013
Veggie Heaven is a family-owned Asian vegetarian restaurant first opened in 1998 by Stacy Chen and her parents on the Drag. Stacy is a third generation chef. Her grandmother Mrs. Gui Chen, was a chef in Japan where she owned a ramen shop in Osaka 30 years ago. Her dad Mr. Wen Chen was a chef in a vegetarian restaurant in California before helping Stacy with Veggie Heaven. The restaurant focuses on the Taiwan flavor from her own family heritage with meatless Chinese comfort food.