|In a strip mall. To the right is the natural market.|
|3 menu boards. No mixing. "NO SOUP FOR YOU!"|
I think such warnings should be like ... mmmmm ... "Hey, there's a lot of salt in this dish and that will raise your blood pressure and burst your blood vessels and either kill you or paralyze you so you'll only be able to walk in tiny circles," or, "Hey, this drink is very sweet and the sugar will mess up your insides and cause you to have to stick yourself with needles for the rest of your life or the fake sugar will give you cancer and your body will start to eat itself until you die."
That might start a small shift in the way people nourish themselves. I don't know. Worth a try in my book.
|I bet even on a rainy day this place has a sunny and bright feel to it.|
|Lots of non vegan and non vegetarian options. What's really nice is they're all very very clearly marked.|
|Half eaten before I realized I needed a picture. Nothing like cheese-y, sausage-y, tofu-y scramble with veggies.|
For a drink I ordered 2 8oz glasses of OJ. The pricing is a bit weird. 8 oz is $2.99. 32 oz is $10.99. Who drinks 4 cups of anything? Anyway, that's why I ordered 2 glasses. But, and here's the eyebrow raiser, it came in one 16 oz glass. But I'm a sucker if the OJ is fresh squeezed. I couldn't care less if I never tasted OJ from a carton again...unless it's going into one of my world famous smoothies.
I had a great meal here and highly recommend the locals support such an innovative place. I saw on the website there is live music there too so all they need is some seitan wings to go with their wine and beer and they can stay open and busy until 4AM.