Vegan Comfort Food from the Lone Star State


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Since 2002 we’ve been serving up all the food you grew up loving — burgers, hearty sandwiches, hot plates, cookies, cakes, ice cream and more — it just happens to be 100% plant based.

Dallas Location

Dallas


(214) 948-4747

1101 North Beckley Avenue


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Tues - Friday: 11AM - 10PM

Saturday & Sunday: 9AM - 10PM

Closed Monday



Get Directions

Fort Worth Location

Dallas


(214) 948-4747

1101 North Beckley Avenue


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Tues - Friday: 11AM - 10PM

Saturday & Sunday: 9AM - 10PM

Closed Monday



Get Directions

Fort Worth


(817) 332-8834

1314 West Magnolia Avenue


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Tues - Friday: 11AM - 10PM

Saturday & Sunday: 9AM - 10PM

Closed Monday



Get Directions

Coming to Denton, TX in 2017!


608 East Hickory Street

Our Staff


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Our crew members are the gears that make Spiral run like a well-oiled machine. From the friendly host who greets you with a smile to the cooks who prepare your food with meticulous detail to the dishwashers who keep the kitchen spic and span— our staff works collectively to serve up a memorable dining experience. In 14 years, Spiral’s team has grown from 3 employees to over 60, and in an industry where high employee turnover is the norm, we have crew members that have been with us for years!



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Emilie Petry has worked at our Fort Worth location for 5 years. She began as a server and now is the general manager in Fort Worth. Emilie has confidence and work ethic that is unsurpassed and she puts her whole heart into Spiral.



Dani Forcke has been at our Fort Worth location for over 10 years! She is our longest standing employee and she continues to give her best work everyday. She is a wonderful cook and a pleasure to work with.



Arlene Sanchez is an El Paso transplant working in Dallas. She started at Spiral in 2010, and found a hidden talent for baking and cake decorating. Now she is our head baker, and her skills are nothing short of magic!



Timm Clark has been at our Dallas store for 6 years. He’s got mad cooking skills and a heart of gold. He has been working as the general manager of our Dallas location since 2012, and continues to make the diner run with ease.

Why Vegan


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There’s little doubt anymore that veganism and vegetarianism are going mainstream. In the United States alone, more than 12 million people are vegetarians, and 19,000 more make the switch to a meat-free diet every week. Many others have greatly reduced the amount of animal products they eat.



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Reducing health risks and eliminating animal suffering are just two reasons to go vegan; adopting a plant-based diet can also help protect the environment and feed the hungry



Many researchers believe that vegetarianism/veganism is the only way to feed a growing human population. A Population Reference Bureau report stated, “If everyone adopted a vegetarian diet and no food were wasted, current [food] production would theoretically feed 10 billion people, more than the projected population for the year 2050.”



A vegan diet is the healthiest and most humane choice for animals, people, and the planet. For free vegan recipes and easy tips on making the switch to a plant-based diet, please check out these additional resources below.