Here are a few spots around the city that excel in providing tantalizing menus to-go, making it easy and safe to get your meals.
[6637 Meadowbrook] is a plant-based pop-up located outside of The Dock Bookshop
in the Meadowbrook neighborhood of Fort Worth. I got the combo plate of the week which included their Oyster Chk N Basket
(deliciously seasoned crispy on the outside tender on the inside fried oyster mushrooms), asparagus and cherry tomatoes, grilled mac and cheese, and okra that still had a beautiful crunch to it. Of course, I couldn’t pass up the Country Banana Pudding
, and neither should you. It was creamy, just sweet enough, and with my entire meal being vegan, guilt-free.
A rotating menu features items such as loaded nachos, cheeseburger stuffed avocado, and vegan fried shrimp (made from konjac, a tuber-like plant that grows underground). Find the latest menu by following them on Instagram
. Compatible Delights also makes it really easy to pre-order on your phone. View the menu, place your order and pay via the Cash app and it will be ready for pick-up.