When people think of Texas, chances are they think of big slabs of BBQ with big sides of buttery creamed-corn or if we’re talking south Texas, you may think more on the Tex-Mex side with fresh slabs of fajitas filling your plate. What some may not consider are the Vegetarian option. The Vegetarian restaurants in San Antonio and vegetarian options have grown tremendously over the past few years and some chefs have created some tasty options for all to enjoy. Whether you’re a full-time vegetarian or you like to indulge in some meatless Mondays, we have some options for you to choose from.
Project Pollo is one of the newer vegan and vegetarian restaurants in San Antonio that has gotten a lot of press from being on Shark Tank and for being pretty good. Project Pollo is a plant-based restaurant that gives you everything you want at a chicken joint, just not the actual chicken. Their selection ranges from Nashville hot chicken sandwiches to the Dirty Bird Mac n Cheese which contains their creamy credo macaroni topped with their Chikn bites. Project Pollo has multiple locations around the city, find one near you today!
Thai Vegan is all about making themselves a place for you to enjoy delicious vegan Thai options with good company. This is a restaurant that keeps it real with its flavors and makes sure your taste buds forget that you ever loved eating meat in the first place. You and your friends can enjoy an abundance of food options, including their soy orange chicken or heir pumpkin, eggplant, and tofu stir fry or both!
This vegan burger joint doesn’t just look Instagram worthy, it’s worthy of the soul. Blissful Burgers strives to provide the community with a good and sustainable vegan and vegetarian option for every night of the week. Their burgers are created with their in-house seasoned Beyond Meat patties and they use Follow Your Heart American cheese and of course their signature Bliss sauce.
Vegan Avenue serves you plant-based food for you to enjoy yourself or with a group of friends in a chic and cozy space. On their menu, you’ll find shareable bites including beyond-meat meatballs, cauliflower wings, and a mountain of nachos. If you’re grabbing something for lunch they have veggie fajita bowls, karma curry bowls, and a hearty selection of salads. And if you want something on the sweeter side, you can try their oat milk or coconut milk-based milkshakes!
Go Vegan SA is a woman-owned vegan food truck anchored down at The Block SA. Their food contains premium ingredients to bring to life homemade, delicious, all-vegan, plant-based comfort food, drinks, and smoothies. On the menu, you’ll find Chickn ‘n’ Waffles, Boneless Seitan Wings, Loaded Kimchi Fries, and some fun milkshakes, all vegetarian and vegan friendly. They also offer bulk ordering for catering or to share at family gatherings.
Plantology was founded with the idea of bringing scrumptious vegan food to the world and presenting it in a form that people are already familiar with. Founder, Griselda Munoz, created a menu with fresh, often local and organic ingredients that treat your body well and are vegan-forward. At Plantology, you can enjoy delicious breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and anything in-between options. Some dishes you’ll find cooking up are their sun veggie tacos, Cali fries, and jack fruit flautas.
Revolución is all about supporting a balanced wellness lifestyle and they do this through their innovative coffee, juice, and plant-forward food options. They have both vegan and vegetarian options including their Revolución Street Tacos, which contain their house-made jack fruit “meat” simmered in Pibil Sauce on blue corn tortilla or their pulled “pork” sandwich that is made with fresh plant-based ingredients and homemade BBQ sauce. They also have delicious acai bowl options that’ll keep you coming back after your workouts or for a pick-me-up breakfast.
Looking for a quick grab-and-go? Then you’ve got to make your way to Rooted Vegan Cuisine! They offer restaurant-quality frozen food to go!
Treat yourself to a Stuffed Portabella. It’s a house-made sun-dried tomato filled with cheese and deep-fried in a portabella cap. Don’t forget about dessert! Both the Banana Bread and Ricciarelli Cookies are chef’s kiss! 💚
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