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Shannbott Posted at 2011/05/05 9:12am reply to

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Hmm wasn't sure where to put this but I think it will be useful.  My husband and I are looking for places in Texas to go for our anniversary and having a little trouble.  We like to be able to eat the breakfast, and not just the sides, so the search has been on.  Here are some vegan friendly places I have found and I would love some more input for us in the space between Austin and San Antonio.  Any others in Texas would be great too!  

So here is an Inn in Dripping Springs who is vegan friendly and will make a tofu scramble or whatever else you want:
http://www.mtgainorinn.com/inn_suites.htm

This is a Bed and Breakfast in Fredricksburg that makes homemade tofu and okara sausage patties:
http://hoffmanhaus.com/

This place is also a cooking academy so they are happy to accomodate vegans for breakfast, they also have a 6 course meal on Saturday nights (with complimentary wine awesome that they are willing to veganize, fully.:
www.blairhouseinn.com
carrie Posted at 2011/05/05 9:35am reply to

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Thanks for the info! I've always wanted to know if you could get a vegan breakfast at one of those places, but have been too lazy to look into it. Thanks again!
Ross Posted at 2011/05/05 9:39am reply to

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Super cool! I'd always wondered about this in the back of my head too, so I appreciate your research!
leslie c. Posted at 2011/05/05 9:45am reply to

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there was a great B&B in Fredericksburg my husband and I used to stay at called B&B Cyclismo.  last i heard, they were now closed.  i have heard great things about The Herb Farm, but haven't been since they built the cottages for overnight guests.  i really want to stay there, though!  their restaurant is fantastic.  we went for our anniversary one year and had a delicious vegan dinner.  here is their info:  http://www.fredericksburgherbfarm.com/
BeccaGreenIsland Posted at 2011/05/05 10:22pm reply to

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did you check out Park Lane Guest House?
http://www.parklaneguesthouse.com/default.htm
you prob. need to call or email them but last I heard they offered vegetarian and maybe vegan meals ?

I don't have an Inn, but I can prepare a multi course vegan meal for your and your hubby either in your house (but sounds like you want to get away) if not too far from austin, I could deliver
www.greenislandcatering.com

Good luck and happy anniv!

>Hmm wasn't sure where to put this but I think it will be useful.  My husband and I are looking for places in Texas to go for our anniversary and having a little trouble.  We like to be able to eat the breakfast, and not just the sides, so the search has been on.  Here are some vegan friendly places I have found and I would love some more input for us in the space between Austin and San Antonio.  Any others in Texas would be great too!  
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>So here is an Inn in Dripping Springs who is vegan friendly and will make a tofu scramble or whatever else you want:
>http://www.mtgainorinn.com/inn_suites.htm
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>This is a Bed and Breakfast in Fredricksburg that makes homemade tofu and okara sausage patties:
>http://hoffmanhaus.com/
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>This place is also a cooking academy so they are happy to accomodate vegans for breakfast, they also have a 6 course meal on Saturday nights (with complimentary wine awesome that they are willing to veganize, fully.:
>www.blairhouseinn.com
Shannbott Posted at 2011/05/14 9:13am reply to

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I did check out all those places, thanks for the suggestions.  I actually will be going on a surprise trip to France so oops I will be gone for our anniversary..  Maybe next time!
Shannbott Posted at 2011/06/21 4:04pm reply to

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So you all know, a new vegan friendly place opened up in April:
http://travaasa.com/austin/#/travaasa-austin-overview

It is about 30 minutes outside of Austin and they boast about their optional vegetarian/vegan menu.
mollyjade Posted at 2011/06/21 4:49pm reply to

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I also just found out about this place: http://www.rainbowhearth.com/index.php

They say to notify them ahead of time if you want vegan food.
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