Ever since hearing about GMOs and other not-so-nice things that are done to our food, I've sought out organic ingredients whenever possible. That makes it a bit tricky sometimes when dining out so when you find a spot like Bolsa, you feel like you've hit the jackpot. Their dishes are organic and primarily from local farms and the way in ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersGreen
Kalachandji's is the longest running veggie restaurant in Dallas and is also a beautiful sacred space. Meaning "the beautiful moon-faced one," Kalachandji is featured in the temple space adjacent to the restaurant. Food is Indian and prepared in the ayurvedic tradition. A must-visit, both for the food and as a sacred site.Popular withVegetarianFoodiesSpiritual
The Cosmic Cafe offers both vegetarian and vegan fare. It was once a house and was converted into a restaurant. This quirky little cafe is a must do for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. You can also enjoy a mediation or yoga session on the second floor. Groovy baby!! Go to their website for more information. http://www.cosmiccafedallas.com/Popular withVegetarianSpiritualWellness
#BeStuffed This 1927 schoolhouse-turned-dining hot spot opened late last year to great fanfare, having snagged the former chef from Abacus (another top restaurant in Dallas). The patio is beautiful, and the prices are very reasonable. BrokeGirlsGuide.comPopular withFoodiesLocalLuxury
- 83 reviews
Vegetarian friendly, locally-sourced food, clean lines, super expensive espresso machine (not super expensive espresso), and a great walk-friendly location. My favorites: egg white and veggie sausage skillet, fried green tomato BLT (minus the B, extra fried T), forest mushroom quinoa and veggie fajitas. The service is super smiley, even when they're slammed, and the space is open and clean. And ...Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
- 92 reviews
This place is 100% vegan, so you can truly feel free to order anything on the menu, "ice cream" and cakes included. Yes! A stress-free vegan experience. The Protein Platter is my staple with black beans, quinoa, avocado and tahini. They have organic beer and wine options to boot. Almost everything is made from scratch, so there's a lot of ...Popular withVegetarianBudgetLocal
- 105 reviews
Great for anyone who wants to impress on a first date! The food and beer choices are superbly divine. The waiters really know there stuff; they really listen to what you want and give you tasty recommendations! Also, STEAL THE PLATE!Popular withFoodiesGreen
The proud owners of the Garden Cafe try to use their own home grown vegetables or those locally produced. Local, organic, free range eggs only. I love sitting in the vegetable garden out back under the terrace; the kids can discover nature, the veggies can grow, and I can catch up on emails with a great latte, all at the ...Popular withWellnessBudgetLocal
Tillman's atmosphere is hands down one of the best in Dallas. It is as if you are dinning in the retail store of Urban Outfitters. The drinks are excellent with a great lounging area. Also, you can roast smores at your dinner table for desert!Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
- 174 reviews
There are better places than Dallas to get your Tex Mex on, San Antonio in my opinion has better. But they do a good enough job and give you enough options to keep things interesting. For a chain Pappasito's is doing some great things. The Houston based franchise works hard to create a better than average Tex Mex experience. Using ...
- 203 reviews
Whataburger is great! There is no doubt about that but get your facts correct before you write anything. It has nothing to do with Dallas other than there are locations there. It started in Corpus Christi and there are pictures to prove that fact. It is located throughout the state of TX and is indeed the place to dine if ...