Seattle Restaurant Week is for vegans, too! Kind of.
More than 160 Restaurants are are offering three courses for $28.00 this week, and sadly, of those 160 restaurants, a measly six have vegan options for all three courses. SIX! I’m so gonna tell Bill Clinton on you guys. But I can’t complain too much
Vegans, carnivores, and vegans trying to trick their carnivore friends into eating vegan food, I present: Veggie Grill.
Now of course you are wondering, “how would she know if a staunch non-vegan would like this food? She isn’t one.” And I would respond by first commending you for being a critical consumer, and then by explaining the funny story of how I brought a plate of Veggie Grill “buffalo” wings to work, watched said staunch non-vegans chow down on them, and then received a very sincere
Dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, ummm… what else is there?
Chocolate! This sweet treat is 100% not chocolate-free. Now maybe it’s the impending grey of winter constantly looming in my mind, or maybe it’s just because I am a human equipped with the full range of taste buds, but whatever the reason, my chocolate tooth has been in full effect lately. And one can only eat so many 90% cocoa dark chocolate bars.
Evergreens salad grand opening: Wednesday 8/21.
This pun-tiful, quirky little salad shop is exactly what downtown Seattle needs. Right in the middle of food court central, Evergreens offers a beautiful variety of fresh, mostly local and organic, and
How exactly do you roast a field? David Lee will show you.
During my adolescent stage of veganism, I ate more than my fair share of questionable meat substitutes. Products that taste, look, smell and feel way too much like the meat they are mimicking. Products that simply would not exist without the use of modern science. Thankfully, I have since
You had me at tiny sandwiches.
Nestled in the cozy little wonderland of 15th on Capitol Hill, Remedy Teas offers a quiet escape into the world of teas, tea sandwiches, tea cookies, tea time, tea timers, tea smoothies, afternoon tea, low tea… should I go on?
Classic tale of dragon meets wasabi meets vegetarian pizza place.
Interestingly enough, the name has nothing to do with its worldly location. Brothers Adam and Aaron opened shop in the I.D. two years ago, but they are anything but new to the Seattle pizza scene.
The food is art, the flowers are food and the chefs really, really like working there.
How do you choose the best items on one of the best vegetarian menus in town? I’d say, ask someone who has been cooking there for 20 years. It worked out pretty well for me. Cafe Flora has been a
Where there’s a Bang, there’s another Bang. And some sandwiches and cupcakes.
Created by sisters, Yuki and Miki Sodos from New Mexico, the Bang Bang Café in Belltown feels like home away from home. Between the cheery, helpful staff, the cozy fireplace and the bright, inviting atmosphere, I knew right away
Plastic fork connoisseurs, beware.
Chaco canyon is all about sustainability – they use as many seasonal, local ingredients as possible, compost or recycle 90% of their waste and offer zero plastic utensils, even if you’re ordering to-go