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When I found out I’d be in Huntsville for the first time after going vegan, my brain went to where it always goes — food. What will I eat? Is there vegan food easily accessible there? Will I starve because do they even know what vegan food is in Huntsville? I reached out to several of my friends who have either lived in or worked in Huntsville and found out there were several chain restaurants that have vegan options and then upon further research, I found some more Huntsville vegan options.
In fact, I found so many vegan options in Huntsville that I didn’t even have time to visit them all on that first visit. And, even after a couple of visits, I still have more to visit.
Huntsville Vegan Options
While Huntsville only has one completely vegan option, there are plenty of other fantastic choices.
Huntsville Vegan Restaurants
Huntsville only has one completely vegan option.
TYPE OF CUISINE: COMFORT FOOD COST: $ NEIGHBORHOOD: FOOD TRUCK GLUTEN-FREE OPTIONS: YES
Plant-based food truck offering healthier southern comfort dishes like black bean sliders, meatball sub, biscuits and gravy, smoothies, teas and more. Eco-friendly ingredients and supplies.
For vegetarian-only spots, you can head to one of these two spots!
Chef Will’s at The Palate
TYPE OF CUISINE: CARIBBEAN, SOUL FOOD COST: $ NEIGHBORHOOD: LOWE MILL GLUTEN-FREE OPTIONS: UNSURE
I feel like Chef Will’s is one of those gems that is so special and everyone takes it for granted.
You may not even know this place exists – located on the backside of the Lowe Mill parking lot – it’s not something you’re just going to stumble across unless you’re purposely googling Huntsville vegan options, a local tells you about it or you happen to be walking outside on the backside of Lowe Mill.
Lauren got the southern plate which looked absolutely amazing and I just had him make me whatever he wanted – it was some kind of portobello rice avocado something or another. All I can say is it was delicious.
When entering Lowe Mill parking lot, just keep driving along the left side of the building, make a right at the corner of the building and follow along until you see his food truck on the right-hand side.
Call beforehand – his hours on Facebook, Google and in-person all seem different.
YPE OF CUISINE: RAMENCOST: $
NEIGHBORHOOD: STOVEHOUSEGLUTEN-FREE OPTIONS: UNSURE
Located inside an old factory turned village, Kamado Ramen had one vegan option from what I could gather from the menu.
Ingredients: [Kale Noodle] Vegetarian broth topped with wood ear mushroom, bean sprouts & bamboo shoot.
TYPE OF CUISINE: COFFEE, CAFECOST: $
NEIGHBORHOOD: DOWNTOWNGLUTEN-FREE OPTIONS: YES, CLEARLY MARKED
Honest Coffee is a delicious coffee shop with not only vegan coffee options but food options as well!
You can grab oatmeal, acai bowls, smoked lox bagel, and vegan breakfast burritos for breakfast. For lunch, they have three different vegan options including two sandwiches and a salad.
TYPE OF CUISINE: AMERICAN, COMFORT FOOD COST: $ NEIGHBORHOOD: DOWNTOWN GLUTEN-FREE OPTIONS: YES
Lauren and I stumbled upon this place when we were exploring downtown the first afternoon. We both saw a sign for arcade games and I immediately messaged them on Facebook to see if they had vegan-friendly options.
They got back to me – really quickly, I might add – that they did, in fact, have vegan options.
Even though I love spicy food, I got a little gun shy at their warning and got the vegetarian chili which was really good. However, next time I’ll go for the spicy one!
Lauren got the veggie burger which was the size of her head. The fries (vegans always get fries haha) were some of the best fries I’ve ever had.
Ashley Hubbard is a blogger and freelance writer based in Nashville, Tennessee focusing on sustainability, travel, veganism, mental health, and more. Passionate about animal rights, sustainable travel, and social impact, she seeks out ethical experiences whether at home or on the road. She shares these experiences on her website, wild-hearted.com.
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