Billie Eilish is rewriting the rules of music—most recently with her new album, out March 29, and via her scene-stealing performance at SXSW. At the same time, she’s rewriting the rules of road food as she travels the country entertaining her fans. All 14.9 million of them, according to Instagram.
Eilish is not only 100 percent full of pintos and pico (and passion), she’s also 100 percent vegan. So we asked this spicy food fan and avid home baker (“It’s a therapeutic thing for me to bake. Every time I’m stressed out, I make peanut butter-chocolate chip cookies.”) about her all-time favorite foods.
So head to Billie Eilish’s website to cue up her new album and plan an epic plant-based road trip…or place your order. Here are our top vegan picks from across the country available for delivery on Uber Eats.
Austin: ATX Food Co.
Our go-to is the Goodness Gracious Wild Stir Fry (a bowl with wild mushrooms, lacinato kale, green cabbage, tri-color quinoa, pickled cabbage, spicy ginger dressing, and sesame seeds), ATX offers everything from comfort food (Electrified Wild Blueberry Pancakes) to completely uncooked cuisine (Raw Zucchini Sushi Salad).
Los Angeles: Cafe Gratitude
Shots! Shots! Shots! No, we’re not talking about tequila or vodka…the shots, smoothies, and spritzers at this vibrant cafe will give you the healthiest buzz you’ve ever experienced.
Miami: Love Life Cafe
Taste the rainbow at this colorful Miami cafe. Their signature dish is one of the most Instagrammable meals in the land (The Love Life Salad: Organic kale, organic mixed greens, organic quinoa, roasted herb veggies, tomato, chickpeas, cucumber, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, carrots, plantains, avocado, vegan “Parmesan,” basil dressing). As is their walnut “meat” Taco Salad and the “nuzzarella”-topped Pizza Diabola.
New York: by Chloe
The fast-casual chain takes vegan from niche to trendy with a meat-free, dairy-free menu full of craveworthy eats. The Guac Burger features a hearty black bean, quinoa, and sweet potato patty covered in By Chloe’s signature chipotle aioli, while mac and cheese comes smothered in a creamy cashew “cheese” sauce and shiitake bacon. Don’t forget to add a sweet treat—the chocolate Chlostess cupcake is a grown-up, vegan twist on the beloved childhood treat.
Seattle: Araya’s Place
Thai, oh my! This vegan Thai restaurant has nearly perfect online reviews—and for good reason. The “cozy spot” has “tofu cream cheese that reminds me of crab rangoon” and “they do spicy really well,” fans cheer. Start with the Thai Tofu, then dig in to the Avocado Curry with seitan or the Drunken Mushroom over stir-fried rice noodles.
Washington D.C.: Indian Jones Vegan
Here’s your Last Crusade: Discover one of D.C.’s best Indian restaurants. And yes, it’s vegan! We swear by the Palak Chana (spinach and garbanzo beans), and we recommend tacking on the Aloo Gobi (warmly-spiced potatoes and cauliflower) and the Tavi Baingan Masala (stuffed eggplant).
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? has already broken records for pre-adds. Join those who have already binged Billie Eilish’s album by downloading it on March 29.