Some people think Texas has no vegetarian scene, what with the BBQ, the prevalence of conservative politics, the oil industry and all that non-Earthy-feel-good type stuff, but Texas has its share of conscious-cooking restaurants. And they’re not all in Austin. Take Green in San Antonio, for example.
Outside the restaurant, they are growing a wide array of edible plants – kale, cabbage, artichoke, even figs. They serve several types of juices and lots of vegetarian fare. Plus, it’s all Kosher.
Below: Okay, so hash browns and an omelet aren’t necessarily health food, but even vegetarians want comforting foods when they take a day trip.