Drawing Table for One

Drawing + food = the marriage of my two favorite obsessions
Counter Culture—my favorite new restaurant in Austin! The former food truck, now East Austin cafe serves up some of the best vegan food in Texas. For those who scoff at vegan cuisine, let me tell ya, the good folks at Counter Culture make some of the most satisfying dishes sans animal-bits.
The menu features plentiful healthy greens (so you can get your fiber on), satisfying sandwiches, flavorful plates (such as Spicy Raw Pad Thai), and delicious decadent desserts! The banana coconut cream pie is a slice of perfection, so don’t make the mistake of passing it up if it’s on the daily menu. The cherry-on-top of all this awesomeness is their fantastic beer and organic wine menu PLUS fresh squeezed OJ, or grapefruit mimosas (served during their weekend brunch). Who knew you could eat this healthy and get your Sunday morning party-on?
For vegan-novices, the thought of “creamed nuts” might raise your eyebrow, but after you’ve had multiple fork fulls of the Cashew Cream Stuffed PB&J French Toast you’ll completely forget you’re noshing on a vegan friendly breakfast favorite. So take a walk on the wild-side (aka East Austin) and stop by Counter Culture. You might be surprised by how much you don’t miss the fur and feathers. ;)
www.countercultureaustin.com

Counter Culturemy favorite new restaurant in Austin! The former food truck, now East Austin cafe serves up some of the best vegan food in Texas. For those who scoff at vegan cuisine, let me tell ya, the good folks at Counter Culture make some of the most satisfying dishes sans animal-bits.

The menu features plentiful healthy greens (so you can get your fiber on), satisfying sandwiches, flavorful plates (such as Spicy Raw Pad Thai), and delicious decadent desserts! The banana coconut cream pie is a slice of perfection, so don’t make the mistake of passing it up if it’s on the daily menu. The cherry-on-top of all this awesomeness is their fantastic beer and organic wine menu PLUS fresh squeezed OJ, or grapefruit mimosas (served during their weekend brunch). Who knew you could eat this healthy and get your Sunday morning party-on?

For vegan-novices, the thought of “creamed nuts” might raise your eyebrow, but after you’ve had multiple fork fulls of the Cashew Cream Stuffed PB&J French Toast you’ll completely forget you’re noshing on a vegan friendly breakfast favorite. So take a walk on the wild-side (aka East Austin) and stop by Counter Culture. You might be surprised by how much you don’t miss the fur and feathers. ;)

www.countercultureaustin.com

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