Sundown at Granada

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 4 reviews )

3520 Greenville Ave (at Mockingbird Ln), Dallas, Texas, USA, 75206

Serves meat, vegan options available. Lower Greenville neighborhood beer garden and restaurant opened by the owner of the historic Granada Theater live music venue. Offers several vegetarian choices including a quinoa veggie patty burger (has dairy cream), a vegetable wrap (has cheese), a soba noodle, plus salads. Features a double decker patio and selection of 60+ beers and specialty cocktails. Live music nightly from 11pm. Open Mon-Fri 4:00pm-2:00am, Sat-Sun 11:00am-2:00am.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, American, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by mslacey

overpriced and bad service - Edit

Watch out for the $2.00 vegan upcharge for things that aren't already vegan on the menu!!!!

As a vegan this place is a let down. A vegan friend recommended this place and there's only one true vegan option on the menu. I ended up going with the pesto pasta that is labeled vegetarian but the server says it can easily veganized by taking out the cheese. Cool. I get it. It's pretty tasty but for $15 for a small amount of spiralized squash or zucchini in some pesto oil, it's already a little steep. When the bill comes there's a $2.00 for making it vegan. I ask the server why it costs more to eat less (minus the cheese). She also is confused and says that that can't be right... she comes back and says they had to replace the cheese with more squash. What? Because that's so much more expensive than pasta and cheese? So the vegetables in pesto turned into an $17 meal plus tax and tip. Ok and my non vegan friend didn't even finish her food either. The avocados in her grilled cheese sandwich were hard and not ripe at all. The server forgot her tea and my friend had to remind her - she brings it right before we are ready for the bill. Never coming back. At least not for the overpriced bar food. I don't know why I'm giving 2 stars. I guess because the food tasted good (but NOT FOR $17 of SQUASH!!?!?!)

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Great place for mixed parties - Edit

I went here as the only veg. in a party of omnivores. I got the quinoa pot pie and let me tell you, I was not disappointed. There were any options for vegans and vegetarians alike and of course, my omni friends and fam had no problem finding anything. The atmosphere is great and the staff is very knowledgeable. I would definitely recommend!

Pros: Nice vibe, Knowledgeable staff, Tasty food

Cons: A little noisy

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It filled a hole. - Edit

This place is okay if your in need of vegan eats and have no other options. The burger isn't that great and the green vegan smoothie tastes quite bland and not un-like any other standard smoothie.

Better than being hungry, but definitely not a place to go out of your way for.

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Farm To Table Delight - Edit

Loved the vegan green drink, freshly blended smoothie. A small vegan section on the menu but many other dishes they can make vegan for you. Gluten free options too. Relaxed atmosphere on a Monday night but still busy

Pros: Farm To Table, Fresh, Accommodating

Cons: Pricey

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