Guide to Austin Vegan and Vegetarian Food Trailers

Guide to Vegan and Vegetarian Food Trailers in Austin

Central Austin

  • Vegan Jalisco from The Vegan NomThe Vegan Nom: Austin’s first all-vegan taco trailer has already carved quite a name for itself in the Austin vegan scene. We once heard someone proclaim, “What angel blessed us with the Vegan Nom?” We totally agree. With homemade salsas and killer ingredient combinations, the Vegan Nom is not to be missed. Red Hot Vegans favorites include the Vegan Del Rey, the Rockin Vegan Migas, and the Vegan Jalisco.
  • Breakfast Sandwich from The Vegan YachtVegan Yacht: One of the oldest vegan trailers in Austin, the Vegan Yacht serves up sandwiches, wraps and “freeto” pie at Spider House, just north of the UT Austin campus. As for what to try, just follow the website’s instructions: “Close your eyes, point, then order. It will be tasty.”

East Austin

  • Barbeque plate from BBQ RevolutionBBQ Revolution is Austin’s first all-vegan barbecue trailer. Enjoy authentic Texas BBQ flavor with every bite of your BBQ sandwich or BBQ plate with your choice of sides. As their motto proudly states, it’s “All the grillin’ with none of the killin’!”
  • Pizza from Bistro VanishBistro Vonish features a rotating menu made from local ingredients in season. Watch out for specials like the “Kolachnut” (Kolache Donut).
  • Two tacos from Cool BeansCool Beans makes everything from scratch using organic ingredients and generations-old techniques. The end result is some of the freshest Latin food Austin has to offer, and it’s all vegan!
  • Nice-N-Ful is an all-vegetarian soul food trailer on E 11th street. Try the soul rolls (deep fried egg rolls with assorted soul food fillings)!
  • Veganized Reuben from ShhmaltzShhmaltz: Jewish deli style food options? Yes, please! Take a recommendation from Yelp and order the Seitan Pastrami Reuben. Just hold the swiss to make it vegan.

South Austin

  • The Gob from BananarchyBananarchy: Fans of Arrested Development will love with all of the fun TV show references on Banarachy’s menu. Try the Gob dipped in vegan chocolate. Don’t forget, there’s money in the banana stand.
  • Golden Spike's Vegan BrunchGolden Spike Rail Cart offers an all-vegan rotating menu of egg rolls, sandwiches, burritos, tacos, fries, and much more, as well as weekend vegan brunch.
  • DSC_5422Unity Vegan Kitchen serves a variety of delicious vegan foods for lunch and dinner. Everything is from scratch, including fresh-baked rolls for their delicious sandwiches.

Multiple Locations

  • Bac'n Cheezeburger from Arlo'sArlo’s: The bac’n cheeze burger at Arlo’s is hailed as one of the best veggie burgers not only in town, but possibly ever. Yes, it’s that good. Once you’ve sampled this delicious treat, try out one of the several other menu options Arlo’s has to offer–they are good, too!
  • Chimichurri Seitan Wrap and Hibiscus Tea from Conscious Cravings Conscious Cravings (North Austin and South Austin): Hot wraps, cold salads, freshly made juices, and rosemary baked fries. Everything on the Conscious Cravings menu can be made vegan. Red Hot Vegans favorites include the pan-seared tofu and the chimichurri seitan.
  • Guac N Roll MenuGuac N Roll (roving food truck): As Austin’s only roving veg food truck, Guac N Roll is something unique. They offer a delightful selection of guacamoles paired with chips, and fun drinks options to wash it all down. Check their website to see where to find them next.


The Red Hot Vegans Guide to Austin Vegan and Vegetarian Food Trailers first appeared as the post “For the Love of Food Trailers” by Brittany. This guide was last updated on May 10th, 2015.

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