The Infatuation Review

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An outsider might find it hard to believe that Austin, Texas is home to a legitimately good vegetarian restaurant scene. But this is the home of Whole Foods, Chacos, and a whole lot of youths who love Bernie Sanders. The hippies have to eat somewhere! And all the other humans of Austin have to consume vegetables sometimes, and if they're gonna do it they're gonna do it right. And that's the exact purpose Bouldin Creek Cafe serves...


Bring Fido Reviews

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The dog-friendly Bouldin Creek Cafe serves scratch-made vegan dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus organic coffee. Menu includes spicy pesto, fresh salads, sandwiches, portobello fajitas, and tofu tacos. Dogs are welcome at outdoor tables.

Conde Nast Traveler Review

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With a vegetarian menu, funky decor, and a neighborhood vibe, Bouldin Creek Cafe serves up fresh coffee, cocktails, and breakfast all day.

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Bouldin Creek Cafe owner cultivates funky culture amid a changing city

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Inside Bouldin Creek Cafe, almost every inch of the walls are plastered with posters and stickers, and the customers often reflect the same eclectic style with brightly dyed hair or colorful tattoos...

Bouldin Creek Cafe's interior is covered with art, posters and stickers.
— Katy McAfee

The Austin Chronicle Review

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Pick up a book, play Battleship, and enjoy all your favorite coffee drinks along with some killer honey lemonade. You don't have to be vegetarian to love this always-packed, South Austin-funky restaurant and coffeehouse. Extensive vegan options as well...

Mixed salad, coffee on the side

Happy Cow Reviews

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Coffeehouse turned full-service restaurant. Offers breakfast all day, salads, sandwiches, hot meals with tofu, veggie tacos, blueberry cornbread, and beverages. Soymilk and almond milk available for chai and coffee. Open for curbside pickup. Order online then park in designated spots. Text last name and parking spot number...

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Harvesting the Best Veggie Burger in Austin: Bouldin Creek Coffeehouse

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Bouldin Creek Coffeehouse used to be known mainly for its coffee, as an Austin community hangout. But after moving further south on South 1st St. over a year ago, they now have a huge following for brunch...

— Kat Mandelstein

Keep Austin Eatin' Review

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Bouldin Creek Cafe is in the best of Austin. A bold, but true statement…meat is not missed at this restaurant. On their website, it states “…we have shown vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike that veggie fare can both be flavorful and satisfying.” Many breakfast, lunch or dinner items can be made Vegan, Gluten or Dairy Free, but definitely try the Fajitas Italianas with Roasted Portabella and Zucchini strips with locally grown tomatoes and homemade chipotle-pecan pesto or the Tofu Scramble for any of their breakfast items.

Battle of the Brunches Round 6: Bouldin Creek Cafe

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Bouldin Creek Cafe has been providing Austin with uniquely delicious vegetarian options for 14 years now, most of which can also be made into vegan dishes. During its lifetime, the artistically inclined cafe has developed quite a brunch following made up of vegetarians and carnivores alike...


Bouldin Creek Cafe Holds Curbside Steady and Prepares for Return

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The inside of Bouldin Creek Cafe, the longtime vegan restaurant flaunting its joyous neo-hippie vibe at the corner of South First and Mary, is devoid of customers. The main dining area, shuttered to the public for over a year now, its once-busy tables grouped to make a handy working surface or pushed against the walls alongside stacks and stacks of formerly welcoming chairs, has become the staging area for the venue's thriving curbside service...