20 San Antonio Restaurants Every Vegetarian Should Know By Now
By San Antonio Current Staff
It's no secret that vegetarians don't have as many options when dining out, especially when you're trying to be health-conscious. Even in a city with as many dining experiences as San Antonio, the struggle can still be all too real. Worry no longer, because the Current has got you covered. Whether you want an all-vegan restaurant or vegetarian options at traditional eateries, you should familiarize yourself with these spots.
Pharm Table 106 Circle Auditorium, (210) 802-1860, pharmtable.com
Pharm Table has brunch now, so this place is literally a godsend. Order up the breakfast pizza and the Good For You shots to get your Sunday started.
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Moshe’s Golden Falafel 3910 McCullough Ave., (210) 994-9838
Enjoy fresh food at this spot, offering up big portions of loaded falafels either in a pita or on a plate. Choose your fillings and see chef Andrew Weissman or one of his team members make it right before your eyes.
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The Good Kind 312 Pearl Pkwy., Building 6, (210) 439-0030, eatgoodkind.com
Dine in or grab to go, just make sure to get plenty of vegetarian-friendly snack from the cafe. Take your pick from treats like the hippie sandwich (with hummus and yogurt feta), cilantro pumpkin seed slaw or an almond butter and jelly sandwich. And don’t forget one of the freshly pressed juices.
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BobaTea Garden 8333 Culebra Road, Suite 204 A, (210) 592-1885, bobateagarden.com
It looks like shrimp, and it tastes like shrimp, but don’t worry. These shrimpies are still vegetarian. All of the meats are made from soy curls or wheat protein, so you’re in the clear.
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Tiger Wings 8210 Broadway, (210) 829-5000, facebook.com
Don’t feel left out of the game-watch party! Order up your very own basket of tofu wings to cheer on the Spurs. Available in a delicious mango flavor for the perfect meal.
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La Botanica 2911 N. St. Marys St., (210) 716-0702, vivalabotanica.com
Come early for karaoke nights so you can enjoy these Enchipotlada Huaraches. You could only find something so tasty and creative at La Botanica.
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Revolucion Coffee and Juice 3910 McCullough Ave., (210) 994-9838, revolucionsa.com
If you want to eat right, eat at Revolucion. These bowls will keep your stomach full and your taste buds happy. Be sure to try the matcha energy bowl.
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The Cove 606 W. Cypress St., (210) 227-2683, thecove.us
Start your meal off with Ruben’s sweet hash (gluten-free!), then chow down the vegan burger. You can even add crispy tofu bacon! Just make sure your pup keeps his paws off.
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Rolling Fish Poke & Sushirritos 12730 I-10 West, Suite 304, (210) 592-1003, facebook.com
A sushi...burrito?! Who says you can’t have it all? Treat yourself to a burrito or bowl (or both) filled with your favorite fillings, and make sure to specify if you want to make it vegan or gluten-free.
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5 Points Local 1017 N. Flores St., (210) 267-2652, 5pointslocal.com
You don’t have to be a millennial to spend all your money on avocado toast. Vegetarians of all ages can enjoy it too! Swing by 5 Points Local to indulge in this delicacy.
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