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Many Galveston Island restaurants offer vegan dishes, smoothies, café fare and more!
Galveston's food scene may be most known for its robust fresh seafood options, visitors may be surprised by the number of Vegan options the island has. While almost every restaurant can "veganize" your order, this article will highlight some of the most popular restaurants known for their vegan dishes!
pictured: Mosquito Cafe's Thai Noodle Bowl with Portobello
At Maceo Spice and Import Co. the food is incredible, the service is unsurpassed, and the products are exceptional. Ask for the "Fauxfaletta" which is a spin on their famous Muffaletta containing Maceo Olive Salad, tomatoes, roasted red peppers, artichokes, fresh basil, balsamic glaze, and olive oil.
At Mosquito Café you'll find very fresh, homemade, eclectic, trendy American food. They provide a warm casual atmosphere with a sunny patio, and of course friendly, helpful service. This local favorite has many vegan options such as their popular Thai Noodle Bowl with Portobello.
This sandwich shop offers vegan bread and veggie patty options for sandwiches, including goodseed burgers of hempseed, wild mushroom cauliflower, or curried sweet potato; a black bean burger; and beyond meat burger. Also has vegan pies in flavors like dark chocolate, peanut butter dark chocolate, and/or gingerbread pumpkin.
Mama Teresa’s is establishing a reputation for some of the finest authentic Italian cuisines in Galveston. Of course, it goes without saying that they are also
baking some of the best pizza you’ll ever enjoy, including vegan dough and cheese options!
Feel good when you eat at this gulf-to-table restaurant dedicated to sustainable, local fare. Fish Company Taco is chef-driven and farm-loving and proudly serves tacos, soups, and sides, all made with the freshest ingredients and care. Vegan and vegetarian options are available for nearly every item on the menu, just ask Chef Daya!
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by J.R. Shaw
by Nicky Omohundro
by Visit Galveston
by Visit Galveston