Vegan restaurants have been sweeping every U.S. city in recent years, and Fort Worth is no exception. From vegan maki rolls to burgers to desserts, Fort Worth has it all. Check out our list of the 10 vegan restaurants in Fort Worth you need to try ASAP.
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Plant-based dinners and baked goods in a diner setting.
1314 W Magnolia Ave | Southside | spiraldiner.com
Gone are the days of wishing you could enjoy omelets and pancakes at a diner. Thanks to Spiral Diner & Bakery, you can enjoy vegan scrambles and pancakes with the same ease.
From their Organic Pancakes, best described as “huge, organic, made from scratch” and served with vegan butter and agave nectar, to their Tofu Scramble, like scrambled eggs but made with tofu, this diner has vegan breakfast options that make it feel just like the diners you are used to.
They also have a variety of vegan burgers, sandwiches, shakes, cakes, and more!
“When we go to Texas this is our first stop. We have tried almost everything on the menu.
My favorite is the “Bacon” ranch Burger, my husband loved the spicy chick'n sandwich and my kids love the Mac and “cheese.” - Yelp Review
100% gluten and soy-free bakery with a variety of vegan baked goodies.
3250 Hulen St | Arlington Heights | unrefinedbakery.com
Although Unrefined Bakery isn’t an entirely vegan bakery, they offer a larger variety of vegan baked goods than you are likely to find anywhere else in Fort Worth.
All of their items are 100% gluten and soy-free. As for their vegan offerings, they have chocolate chip, sugar, and sprinkle cookies, chocolate and vanilla cupcakes, breads, pies, muffins, and cakes. Their Vegan Whoopie Pies are a dream: super soft and chewy cookies stuffed with their vanilla “unbuttercream.” You can choose from Sugar Cookie or Chocolate Chip.
In addition to sweet treats, they have vegan rolls, pizza crust, hamburger buns, and loaves of bread.
This is a great choice if you need to pick up allergen-friendly treats for your kid’s school holiday party, or even if you just want some delicious vegan dessert all to yourself.
“My boyfriend planned a surprise party for me and I have a lot of intolerances so Unrefined came in clutch with a cake that had all the right things! This cake was so creamy, dairy free, and GF! Soooo YUMMY!!” - Yelp Review
Famous for their vegan maki rolls.
3131 W 7th St | Arlington Heights | bluesushisakegrill.com
Blue Sushi Sake Grill is not your average sushi restaurant. They are famous for their vegan maki rolls.
You can choose from a wide selection of vegan maki rolls including the Cowgirl, pickle vegan tempura, sriracha-fried onion rings, bbq paper, vegan mayo, and tonkatsu sauce, the Prince Roll, eggplant vegan tempura, avocado, and sweet soy sauce, and the Vegan South Pacific, bbq eggplant eel tempura, vegan cream cheese, pineapple, scallion, and sweet soy sauce.
They also offer vegan nigiri and appetizers like miso soup, charred edamame, and seaweed salad.
“Great service, fresh sushi, great ambiance. Overall a good experience. I ordered the crunchy red roll. It was really delicious and well made. My drink was made well and strong, just the way I like it. I will return for sure!” - Yelp Review
All vegan fast-casual burger restaurant.
2919 Race St | Northeast | zonkburger.com
Zonk Burger is every vegan fast food lover’s dream. Here you can get vegan burgers, nuggets, and fries with the ease of a fast food restaurant.
Their Zonk Burger is the closest thing you’ll get to a real burger. It’s made with a house-recipe chickpea and millet patty and topped with pickles, onions, lettuce, and their special sauce. Their Southwest Black Bean Burger, on the other hand, is more of a veggie burger. This one is made with a house-recipe black bean and chipotle patty and topped with pickles, onions, lettuce, and chipotle mayo.
In addition to burgers, they have tofu nuggets, Caesar salad, hand-cut and double-fried fries, and more. They have Maine Root Sodas just as any other fast food joint would, their flavors including mexicane cola, root beer, ginger, mandarin orange, and lemon-lime.
“I recently went to Zonk Burger to grab dinner on the way home. I always like supporting new local businesses, especially when they are bringing vegetarian and vegan options to my area. It was delicious. I'll definitely be trying them again.” - Yelp Review
Vegan Mexican restaurant.
3516 Blue Bonnet Cir | West Cliff | belentyslove.com
This vegan Mexican restaurant offers vegan Mexican plates, burritos, nachos, and more.
Some of their menu favorites include the Enchilada Plate, the Chickenless Buffalo Tacos, the Soyrizo Nachos, and the Cauliflower Wings.
They also have a variety of vegan Mexican breakfast plates like the Tofu and Soyrizo, scrambled tofu and hard soyrizo, the Soyrizo Ranchero, soft soyrizo mixed with ranchero sauce, and the Tofu and Potatoes breakfast burrito.
If you want vegan Mexican food without having to make accommodations to every menu item at a regular Mexican restaurant, this is the Mexican restaurant for you.
“Belenty's is such a gem! Food is great, chips and salsa are tasty and refilled quickly, and pretty much everything I've tried on the menu has been food. I would recommend this place to meat eaters and vegans alike!” - Yelp Review
5716 Locke Ave | Arlington Heights | pizzaverdetx.com
Craving pizza? Run to Pizza Verde, an entirely plant-based pizzeria in the Arlington Heights neighborhood of Fort Worth.
They have your essential pies like Cheese, Pepperoni, and Margherita, as well as unique pies like their Potato Leek pie, topped with oil and garlic, mozzarella, potato leek, rosemary, and lemon aioli, and their Kimchi pie, topped with hot Oil and Garlic, mozzarella, kimchi, gochujang beef, spinach, and sesame seeds. Their signature Verde pie comes loaded with tomato sauce, mozzarella, chorizo, corn, cilantro, and lime crema.
They carry beer, wine, and cider to pair with your slices, so come hungry and ready for a drink or two!
“Amazing!! We tried two of the pizzas. The one with a ton of cilantro really rocked my world. I eat gluten free because I have a gluten sensitivity, but they had a wonderful cauliflower crust option. I cannot wait to go back.” - Yelp Review
2700 Horne St | Arlington Heights | boulevardofgreens.com
This juice bar offers 100% plant-based cold-pressed juice, as well as superfood smoothies and bowls, oatmeal and hot bowls, and healthier-for-you treats.
Popular menu items include their Blue Majik Shot, a shot of blue green algae with pineapple juice, their Seven Mile Bridge juice, functional Limeade with RO water, organic lime, raw agave, and blue majik spirulina extract, and their best-selling Broadway smoothie, organic banana with house-made raw almond milk, raw organic agave, almond butter, chocolate protein powder, and raw organic cacao.
If you prefer something savory, we recommend their Carrot Soup made with carrots, olive oil, celery, shallots, garlic, ginger, black pepper, lemon, ginger, and pumpkin.
We also love their Cinnamon Roll handmade with healthier-for-you ingredients!
“I absolutely love this place! The smoothies, juices and smoothie bowls are all DELICIOUS and well portioned. You can add greens or supplements to anything and everything is always fresh. I haven't done their juice cleanses yet but I want to try soon!” - Yelp Review
Fort Worth’s only vegan bakery.
5400 Woodway Dr | Wedgwood | plantedbakery.com
This bakery is Fort Worth’s only 100% vegan bakery.
Their award-winning Dipped Almond Butter Cookie, an almond butter cookie dipped in chocolate put them on our radar, but they have many other delicious offerings. Some of their other popular items include their Planted Signature Cruffin made with their signature, buttery dough that is rolled out, stuffed full of sweet or savory, and baked to golden deliciousness, then topped with icing, chocolate, or butter, and their Carrot Cake Mini Loaf, their top-selling cake flavor, made with traditional carrot cake in a mini loaf pan and topped with vanilla buttercream frosting and walnuts.
This bakery does not get the attention it deserves, so go support this vegan Fort Worth bakery today!
“Finally made it to this amazing vegan bakery. It is so good. We tried the breakfast items and cookies. They even have a baguette. Such a good texture. I can't wait to try their other items. 100% VEGAN!!!!!” - Yelp Review
Restaurant with an emphasis on healthy eating.
1621 River Run | West Cliff | hgsplyco.com
This Fort Worth restaurant places an emphasis on healthy eating. So, naturally, plant-based options are offered on their menu.
From vegan chips and queso to The Yellow Curry made with sweet potato, cauliflower, baby kale, and grape tomatoes in yellow coconut curry broth topped with cucumber-cilantro-mint relish, green onion, and sliced red chiles, they have so many plant-based eats for you to enjoy.
The best part is that they have plant-based gelato for dessert! Just ask your server about their rotating flavors.
“The atmosphere of this restaurant was so fun and made our Monday night dinner feel like we were out on a Friday night! Not to mention the food and the service were absolutely incredible. This is definitely my new favorite spot in Fort Worth.” - Yelp Review
Taco restaurant with vegan options.
5724 Locke Ave | Arlington Heights | mariachisdinein.com
If you are looking for delicious vegan tacos, look no further than Mariachi’s Dine-In. They have an entire vegan menu and even a vegan kid’s menu!
Their Jackfruit Birria Tacos are very popular right now. One order comes with three consomme-dipped corn tortillas filled with jackfruit and melted vegan cheese served with a side of consomme, fresh cilantro, onion, and lime.
Other popular menu items include the Vegan Quesadilla, a flour tortilla with vegan cheese and your choice of protein served with guacamole, greens, and pico de gallo, the Vegan Pineapple Burrito, a flour tortilla with pastor vegano, grilled pineapple, rice, vegan cheese, vegan chipotle crema, lettuce, tomato, cilantro, and onion, and the Vegan Breakfast Burrito, a flour tortilla with chorizo vegano, beans, and vegan cheese served with a side of guacamole and pico de gallo.
For dessert, they have vegan sorbet and ice cream, and even a spiked sorbet!
“A wonderful little hole in the wall located in Fort Worth, Tx!! All their salsas are vegan friendly and they have a whole separate menu dedicated for vegans. If you have a friend or family member who eats vegan this is definitely a place to go!!!” - Yelp Review
So, what will it be? Vegan birria tacos? Vegan sprinkle cookies? Vegan maki rolls? Vegan burgers? There are so many delicious vegan restaurants in Fort Worth, it might be hard to choose which one to try first! We recommend trying them all, of course. But whichever restaurant you choose, we firmly believe you will enjoy the yummy vegan food it has to offer!
Let us know in the comments which of these vegan restaurants in Fort Worth you try first! We love to hear from you!