Vegan Dining in Fort Worth, TX


Pizza Verde Fort Worth TX

The next time you’re in Fort Worth, Texas, you might want to enjoy dinner at one of these vegan restaurants:

Belenty’s Love 3516 Bluebonnet Cir., Fort Worth, TX 76109

Vegan/Mexican. Belenty’s Love serves a large assortment of vegan Mexican food including breakfast all day, salads, tacos, and smoothies. For breakfast order the tofu and potatoes breakfast burrito or the blueberry French toast made out of thick Texas toast. For lunch or dinner, try the cauliflower wings served with celery and covered in delicious barbeque sauce. For your main dish, order the enchilada plate topped with cheese and tasty sauce. This plate also comes with lentil soup, black beans, and a small side salad. The enchiladas are mouthwatering and filling. Another great option is the “ceviche”: 2 tostados topped with mushrooms, tomatoes, red onion, avocado, and cheese. Be sure to order one of their delicious smoothies. For dessert, try the sopapilla with fruit, the Mexican version of a donut or beignet. This delicious fried dessert will be the perfect end to your meal.

Boulevard of Greens 2700 Horne St. #110, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Vegan. Their menu includes bowls, pumpkin pie, cookies, muffins, juices, and more.

Pizza Verde 5716 Locke Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76107

Vegan/pizzeria. Pizza Verde offers margherita, potato leek, and Verde pizzas, plus so much more. Also enjoy Bruschetta or a house salad.

Spiral Diner & Bakery 1314 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104

Vegan/organic/diner/bakery. Spiral Diner & Bakery offers an extensive menu of comfort foods at great prices and the best part is — it’s all vegan! Enjoy salads, wraps, burgers, burritos, sandwiches, entrées, and desserts. Menu items include Sketti & “Meatballs,” Red Curry Coconut Noodles, Jamaican Jerk BBQ San’ich, Philly Cheez Steak, and soft serve floats. The owner donates a portion of the restaurant’s profit to local grassroots organizations that are fighting for human, animal, and environmental causes.

If  you’re traveling elsewhere in the USA or Canada, be sure to visit The Vegetarian Resource Group’s online restaurant guide:

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