Where to find plant-based eats in San Antonio, TX

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We can’t think about holidays without also thinking about all the incredible holiday food. While we all know that San Antonio is objectively one of the best foodie cities in the US, the holidays can sometimes lead to a bit of FOMO for those with vegan + vegetarian diets.

Don’t fret — we’ve got you covered with some delicious plant-based food options around the Alamo City

🥕 Plant-based dishes

Vegan Avenue, 2512 N. Main Ave.

Brunch lovers, we have good news for you. This restaurant offers an impressive selection of eats throughout the day, but you know we can’t resist a good vegan breakfast. 

Rise Up

Looking for one of the best dairy-free, plant-based smoothie bowls in town? Rise Up’s got you covered at any of their two brick-and-mortars. Choose from their plentiful selection of smoothies + bowls or build your own.

Revolución Coffee + Juice

Much more than just a coffee spot, the kitchen offers an incredible selection of plant-based eats and desserts. Editor Ivan’s current favorite item on the menu is the vegan spinach + onion tamal. Pro tip: Finish off your meal with your pick of raw, vegan piestry the expresso.

🍩 Vegan sweets + treats

Plantyful Sweets, 1520 N. Main.

Have a sweet tooth? This superfood bakery + coffee shop serves gluten-free, vegan, and soy-free dessert options. We can’t get enough of the Mexican Hot Chocolate donut.

Southern Roots Vegan Bakery, 6208 S. Flores St.

Nominated as one of the best vegan bakeries in the country by VegNews, this local, Black-owned business offers an incredible selection of cakes, cookies + more. And if you’re wondering, yes, they ship nationwide and offer delivery to San Antonio residents.

Miss Chickpea’s Bakery, 8002 Callaghan Rd. Ste 106

This bakery is your go-to spot for vegan kolaches, biscuits, and even 3-tier wedding cakes. Shop ahead online or pay a visit in-person while shopping at Sprouts Farmers Market.

While these are only some of our top picks for plant-based eats, we know there’s plenty more we could have chosen from. Let us know if you’d like to get a part two to this list and tag us with your favorite vegan + vegetarian recommendations.