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The Renedict from Bouldin Creek Cafe

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The Renedict with tofu from Bouldin Creek Cafe

Grilled ciabatta served open faced with spinach, tofu scramble and tomatoes, smothered in a homemade vegan hollandaise, then topped with tofu bac’n – the vegan Renedict from Bouldin Creek Cafe is so worth waking up early for. The Renedict is served until 1pm, or while it lasts (usually much earlier than 1pm on the weekends), which means that there is some dedication necessary to get your hands on it. If you’re able to head to Bouldin for brunch mid-week, more power to you, but for those of us who can only get there on the weekend, the earlier you can head there, the better. The long wait for a table and the subsequent lack of Renedict that can follow if you get there too late can be all too sad.

Bouldin Creek Cafe sports an all vegetarian menu, where pretty much everything can be made vegan with the substitution of tofu scramble or vegan cheese. To complete your brunch, try one of the delicious drinks like the Tokyo Fog (green tea chai and vanilla, steeped in steamed milk of choice) or the Benny (available iced: a chai latte with a shot of espresso). With soy, almond and rice milk options, there is something for everyone.

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While brunch is clearly the hot time to head to Bouldin, and they serve breakfast all day, it’s also a great spot for lunch and dinner. The Veggie Royale Burger with the basil aioli is a favorite of ours when we visit later in the day. The specials are also always worth checking out, from the BBQ plates to the biscuits and gravy, we’re always looking to the specials board to see what’s new. With so many great options to choose from, this South Austin institution at South 1st and Mary is one place that everyone can agree on.

Disclaimer: This Top 20 series, presented in no particular order, is formed from the personal opinions of Marie and Daniel, and does not necessarily reflect the views of all Red Hot Vegans bloggers. If you’re not a fan of oily, sugary, calorie-dense food, then this series is probably not for you. For everyone else, enjoy!

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