Top 4 vegetarian restaurants in San Antonio – 2016

SAN ANTONIO – With so many Tex-Mex restaurants, taco trucks and everything in-between, it’s hard to find vegetarian restaurants in the Alamo City.

 We compiled a list of the top vegetarian restaurants in San Antonio and show each location so you can check out the best vegetarian food the city has to offer.

1. Green Vegetarian Cuisine

With two locations (one at the Pearl Brewery), Green Vegetarian Cuisine has a 100% vegetarian and kosher menu with various choices for guests to enjoy.

Menu Pick: Cauliflower Hot Wings. This menu item is packed with flavor and perfect for someone who enjoys a spicy kick. The crispy fried cauliflower in spicy buffalo sauce with poblano ranch is complemented with celery sticks.

For a list of locations, click here…

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2. La Botanica

Located on the St. Mary strip, La Botanica is a vegan restaurant/bar/venue hybrid.

Menu Pick: Black Bean Empanadas. You cannot go wrong with deep fried empanadas served with a side of fresh fruit.

“The fresh, holistic cuisine and cocktails served by their cool and competent staff, paired with daily events and high energy live music, keep me constantly craving the muy bonita, La Botanica.” – Wayne Holtz

For menu and event details, click here…

3. Earth Burger

Earth Burger is Texas’ first plant-based vegetarian fast food restaurant featuring nutrient packed plant-based food. Earth Burger was successfully kick-started in 2014 to much success in San Antonio. They offer a wide selection of menu items for all vegetarian palates.

Menu Pick: Earth Burger with vegan cheese and Jalapenos. Their Earth Burger is packed with flavor, topped with secret sauce, mustard, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions.

For a complete list of menu items, click here…

4. Viva Vegeria

San Antonio’s 100% vegan and gluten free restaurant opened up in 2011 with a large menu. Vegeria was founded by Fred Anthony Garza, a former culinary student of St. Philips College.

Menu Pick: Enchiladas Verdes. The combination of lentil and garbanzo beans sautéed with onions, garlic and tomato feature a robust and authentic flavor for those looking for a Tex-Mex vibe, but 100% vegan.

For a complete list of menu options, click here…

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