Best Vegan Friendly Eateries in Albuquerque

There’s no denying that incorporating more plant-based meals into your diet can be good for your body, the planet AND your wallet.

We are lucky to have a food scene brimming with meat-free fare – from pizza to soul food to Mexican, and everything in between. Vegan food doesn’t have to be restrictive, and these vegan friendly eateries prove it.


When owners Elizabeth and Jonathan started exploring a vegan diet, they started searching for familiar dishes that they grew up on like burritos, enchiladas, tamales and sopapillas. When they couldn’t find what they were looking for, they knew instantly what type of food truck they wanted to create.

Vegos aims to show Albuquerque that the dishes we grew up eating can still be enjoyed on a fully plant-based diet.

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Siam Cafe

Siam Cafe offers a varied menu that gives you a truly authentic taste of Thailand. Nearly all dishes on the menu can be made vegan.

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La Finca Bowls

Fast and fresh, healthy, build-to-order bowls, focused on locally sources and organic ingredients. Choose your base, select a protein, add veggies, sauce it up and enjoy at the no-frills restaurant or on the go.

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Mata G Vegetarian Kitchen

A wide selection of prepared breakfast, soups, salads, sandwiches, plus hot daily special dishes from a variety of authentic international cuisines.

Voted ‘Best Vegan Food’ in the Alibi’s 2019 Best of Burque Restaurants.

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The Acre

Serving fresh, hearty, homestyle meals without meat or processed meat substitutes. Good old-fashioned comfort food made from scratch using local, seasonal produce.

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Root 66 Food Truck

An all vegan food truck serving up authentic Mexican / American street food: tacos deshebrada, al pastor, brisket nachos, smothered red chili tamales, mango ceviche tostadas, bbq sandwiches, mole burritos & more.

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Thai Vegan

Thai Vegan has been serving an authentic, all vegan Thai menu for more than 10 years. When chef-owner Pat Phomnoi’s brother was diagnosed with cancer, she became inspired to open a vegan restaurant in order to provide healthier culinary options for the public.

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Holmes Pizza

A group of former Sister Bar employees came together to open a pizza & arcade shop, because what’s better than pizza, beer and pinball together, right? The pizza is an east coast style thin crust, stone cooked pie. Non-GMO hand made dough and house made vegan cheeses.

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Wild Rosemary

Located in 505 Central Food Hall, Wild Rosemary is a female veteran owned restaurant offering ancient grain based bowls, wraps & salads. Vegan base with protein options for vegetarians and carnivores.

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