Spiral Diner. Photo by Kevin Marple.

Holidays

Where to Get Vegan Holiday Sides in Dallas

Don't feel like cooking? No problem.

The holidays are here. It’s time to gather with friends and family and feast to your belly’s content. Those looking for festive vegan dish options, who don’t feel like getting their kitchens messy, might find what they’re looking for at these markets and restaurants.

These are a few of our favorite sides.

Spiral Diner
Whole holiday menu (same as Thanksgiving)
Some standout sides:
Cranberry pecan stuffing, serves four to six ($21.95)
Whipped coconut sweet potatoes with pecans, serves four to six ($21.95)

Plus, so many desserts.

EatZi’s

Maple-Sriracha Brussels sprouts, serves four to six ($21.99)
Cider roasted winter vegetables, serves four to six ($18.99)

Central Market

French green beans with peppers, serves six to eight ($12.99)
Green beans with toasted almonds, serves six to eight ($14.99)
Roasted beets with pistachio and shallot vinaigrette, serves six to eight ($17.99)

Whole Foods

Green beans with crispy garlic and parsley, serves six ($19.99)
Roasted butternut squash with cranberries and sage, serves six ($19.99)
Vegan pumpkin pie, serves six ($10.99)

Also offering Chef Jeremy Fox’s Vegan Meal for two for $39.95.

V-Eats

V-Eats is having a Vegan Holiday Hoopla on December 23, where they are hosting an all-vegan dinner. Tickets can be purchased on their website and are $40 per adult and $15 per child 12 and under. The meal includes two courses and a dessert. (You can always order holiday sides to go.)

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