This post is sponsored by Moe’s Southwest Grill; however, all writing and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the businesses that help me run this site!
I was excited when Moe’s Southwest Grill reached out to me about promoting their vegan options because I’ve already been a regular customer there. A couple of years ago, I bought a house in southern Baltimore, and a local Moe’s location happens to be right across the street from the nearest hardware store. Needless to say, I enjoyed many a burrito bowl over this period of time while I was making repairs and upgrades to the house.
Fast forward to the present, and I now live uptown with this beautiful man (and we’ve been through another phase of the hardware store life):
We’re both vegan, and late last year he had to become gluten-free (as you might recall, this is why I created my gluten-free vegan fried green tomatoes and gluten-free bang bang cauliflower). Luckily, there are lots of vegan options at Moe’s and gluten-free-vegan options as well!
Moe’s is always super clear about which menu items fit with which special diets. Recently, using their guidelines we were able to get ourselves a satisfying meal of mushroom and tofu tacos (for him – I still hate mushrooms :)) and a black bean burrito for me. I’d be comfortable going here with any sort of mixed-diet group, knowing that everyone would have something to eat.