Spiral Diner | A Dallas Delight

I was fortunate enough to enjoy a meal at Spiral Diner in Dallas last weekend on a visit to see my honey, T. It was the first time I had been to the city as a vegan and T had done an excellent job of finding dining options that looked healthy, vegan and yummy. The first on the agenda was Spiral Diner and what a delight it was!

It has the vibe and look of a diner with waitstaff that are also retro and super cool. The menu is fantastic and the self-serve atmosphere makes it fun to mix and mingle with the other patrons enjoying the amazing vegan fare. While you wait at your booth for your morsels of goodness, you can peruse stacks of books of various topics – vegan, animal rights, art, etc.

Eating Animals happened to be near our booth and after me going on and on about how freakin’ incredible it was,  T said he would put it on his reading list. (Read my blog post about this potentially life-changing book if you haven’t read it yet.)

The menu is impressive and extensive. Plus it was such a change of pace to know that I could literally order ANYTHING on the menu. After some pondering, we decided to go spicy and enjoyed Chips & Salsa, The Big Taquito (for me) and The ‘Ate’ Layer Burrito (for T). Everything was incredibly delicious and the service was friendly and efficient.

If you are in the Dallas area, or visiting, I definitely recommend making a stop even if you only can get something to-go. You will surely be delighted with your experience!

Have you been to Spiral Diner? What did you think of it? I would love to hear your comments on the blog, on Facebook or on Twitter.

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