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Vegan-friendly Venues

Vegan-friendly Venues

Vegan-friendly Venues

 

To all our vegan hungries, this edition is dedicated to you.

If you are vegan (VEE-gun), or just want to eat a veggie filled dish as to be a bit more on the nutritious side, this edition is just the right thing for you. Veganism excludes meat, eggs, dairy products and animal-derived ingredients. We have created a list of famous vegan-friendly venues and the dishes, which you might want to try.

 

Pizza Fusion – Pizza

If you want to get your dose of pizza try the Very Vegan pizza offered at Pizza Fusion located at the shops at fifth and Alton. This pizza is topped with crimini mushrooms, roasted garlic, tomato sauce and soy cheese. The soy cheese can be added to any other pizza as a substitute of the original cheese topping, mozzarella cheese. The sauce and dough for all the pizzas is vegan. Pizza fusion is also environmentally conscious using organic ingredients, earth-friendly packaging and utensils and hybrid delivery vehicles. Don’t forget the vegan brownies!

 

The Yard House- Veggie wings, veggie beef sliders and more…

 

Though many people may not think so, The Yard House offers many vegan items. A handful of their most popular entrees can be made with Gardein fake meats. They offer veggie boneless wings, veggie chicken, veggie beef sliders, a veggie chicken rice bowl and many more.

 

Beehive Juice Bar –Vegan dishes, they vary by day.

 

This juice bar offers everything from baked tofu, kale slaw, vegan desserts and many other vegan-friendly dishes. Dishes change by day and you can find out what they have on their facebook page.

 

Green Gables Café-Wraps, salad and green vegan soups.

 

You can try their vegan burger that is made up of avocado, tomato & miso dressing on a multigrain bun, with a side of sweet potato home fries. You could also try their soups that are made daily and they are always dairy-free and gluten-free.

 

Hillstone-Burgers, salads

Try the veggie burger, made with a soy glaze and melted jack. You can cut the cheese out if you are strict vegan.

 

Hope this list helps you hungries out in the quest for delicious vegan dishes in the MIA.

 

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