Q: Will Green Vegetarian Cuisine make a monetary donation to my cause?
A: Green does not make monetary donations, but if you qualify, we can donate gift certificates. To qualify for a donation from Green your charity must benefit one of the following:
No team sponsorships please. For consideration, please email marketing [@] eatatgreen.com.
Q: I would like Green to donate a gift certificate to my favorite charity event.
A: Green does provide a limited quantity of gift cards for charity auctions, raffles and door prizes. To apply for consideration, please email your charity letter of request to marketing [@] eatatgreen.com . Your charity must benefit one of the following:
**We ask that you plan ahead and submit your request six to eights in advance of your event.
Q: Will Green donate food to my event?
A: Due to the vast increase of food donation requests, we can no longer donate food for events.
Q: Will Green serve food at my event?
A: Green will not serve food at any event where meat is being served. We also do not serve at any event that takes place on a Saturday. Check our catering menu for pricing.
Q: Will Green advertise in my publication?
Q: Is Green certified Kosher?
A: Both San Antonio and Houston locations are certified Kosher Dairy. We have a Certificate of Kashruth from the Vaad Hakashruth of San Antonio and the Houston Kashruth Association. We are under supervision by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen and Rabbi Yossi Grossman.
Q: Is Green Vegan Friendly?
A: Almost every item on our menu can be made vegan. We do offer eggs and cheese on certain items, but we are more than happy to substitute with tofu or Daiya Cheese on any item. All of our desserts, sauces, and breads are vegan.
Q: Is Green Gluten Free Friendly?
A: Green does not have a gluten free kitchen. We try to be sensitive to customer’s allergies, but it is best avoided if you have strong gluten intolerance. Certain items on our menu are naturally gluten free.