Are you a vegan looking for a great place to eat in Austin? Or maybe you're just visiting and want to try some of the city's best vegan restaurants? Either way, you're in luck! Austin is one of the top vegan cities in the US, with plenty of delicious plant-based options to choose from. From Mexican food to plant-based comfort food, here are some of the best vegan restaurants in Austin that will make your mouth water. Nissi Vegan is a must-visit for anyone looking to enjoy the best vegan food in Austin. This 100% vegan Mexican restaurant serves up locally made tortillas and other delicious dishes that will challenge even non-vegans to fall in love with the benefits of plants.
The Beer Plant is another great option for plant-based comfort food and a great selection of draft beers. It's one of the most exclusive vegan restaurants in Austin, so be sure to check it out!Casa de Luz is more than just a restaurant - it's a community center. Here, you can organize workshops and meetings or go to the spa treatment room. Plus, you can enjoy some delicious vegan food while you're there. Citizen Eatery is a health-conscious coffee shop that serves up an entirely plant-based menu.
From breakfast to cocktails, you can find all your vegan options here. Plus, you can even rent out the space for events or catering needs. Rebel Cheese is all about plant-based delicacies through vegan delicatessens, cheese and wine. Everything you need for your vegan charcuterie board can be found here. Bouldin Creek Cafe is an Austin favorite and consistently voted one of the best vegan restaurants in Austin. Their made-from-scratch food is truly something special. This women-owned cafe puts their values at the center, from the food they serve to the salaries they pay.
As one of the best vegan restaurants in Austin, they quickly expanded to various locations in Texas, so you can enjoy delicious tacos wherever you are. When summer hits Austin with its 105-degree vigour, there's not much we can do except sweat, protect our pets, and splurge on a pool pass. But one thing we can do is enjoy some delicious vegan treats! Gelato Paradiso serves up thick, creamy small-batch gelato in traditional flavors like stracciatella (basically a more delicate Italian chocolate chip), pistachio, and nocciola (hazelnut), as well as less expected seasonal flavors like passion fruit, guava, and pineapple. Kalimotxo Cheesecake is another great option for those hot summer days. This modern Basque cocktail from Emmer & Rye Hospitality Group serves up one of the most famous cheesecakes in the country - with a scorched top that has all the benefits of a hot oven without actually having to bake it!Uncle Nicky's Italian Specialties serves up a classic treat with cottage cheese and mint - melon and prosciutto - along with other cold brunch items like parfait and oatmeal overnight or savory dishes like cold shrimp.
Pair it with a morning spritz or an espresso martini for a luxurious breakfast that couldn't be more relaxed. Rebel Cheese is a vegan delicatessen and wine store located in Mueller that makes its own fresh, artisanal vegan cheese that tastes like real cheese. The menu includes sandwiches (bacon, brie & me and gental reuben), salads, soups and cheese - all vegan!Sazan Ramen makes an incredible Just Like Paitan ramen - a creamy vegan broth with kale noodles covered with a ball of Kakiage tempura (onion, arugula and beni-shoga).ATX Food Co is a vegan food truck parked at Bicycle Sport Shop that uses high-quality, unprocessed ingredients from local farms and food producers for food prepared by the chef. You can find sea moss smoothies, elixirs, green juices, gluten-free tacos, wild vegetable bowls, main courses, red fruit pancakes, and sugar-free desserts. Located in Domain NORTHSIDE, downtown and in Westlake, Flower Child is a healthy place with plenty of vegan options. The Vegan Yacht is another great option for vegans looking for something delicious to eat. Lucky for us, there are plenty of vegan restaurants in Austin to choose from - so plant-based food lovers will never go hungry!.