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Dallas’ Best Vegan Restaurants — Must Visits and Sure Things

A Guide to the City's Meat Free Havens

BY // 01.07.19

Finding vegan restaurant options is no small task, but in Dallas you just need to know where to look. There are worthy vegan spots all over the city. This is your guide to some of the best vegan restaurants in the city.

No need to worry about checking to see if the food is vegan at Spiral Diner and Bakery at 1101 N Beckley Avenue because the entire menu is. It’s a menu full of comfort food — from burgers to nachos and desserts to die for. My personal favorite is the “Bacun Ranch Cheeseburger,” but beware it leaves no room for dessert.

This 100 percent plant-based diner and bakery is definitely a spot to check out.

For raw vegans, Be Raw on 6005 Berkshire Lane is the place to go. The menu features raw vegan and gluten-free dishes and desserts. To get in your greens and vegetables with ease, the cafe sells cold-pressed organic juices. Healing waters such as cinnamon water and rose water are also for sale in case you are in need of a little pick me up.

Be Raw proves that raw vegan food doesn’t have to be boring or tasteless. It features a variety of dishes such as pad Thai and “rawchos.” Even if you aren’t raw vegan, it’s a good place to visit if you want to try something new.

For those interested in yoga and meditation, Cosmic Cafe at 2912 Oak Lawn Avenue is a must visit. Many of the Indian-American vegetarian dishes can be made vegan, and the restaurant has an activity calendar featuring yoga, meditation and poetry. This place is colorful inside and out with a unique atmosphere.

Although these are vegan restaurant standouts, there are others all over Dallas. Places that are not even primarily vegan often have a few vegan options to try such as the tasty burger spot Twisted Root with its “vegabond” burger.

Thankfully, eating vegan is easier and tastier than ever in Dallas.

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