|The sign was actually from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
|Outdoor dining area. Was better lit than the picture shows.
|It looks like there's not much seating but when you turn the corner ...
|there's a whole other room. I like a place that doesn't cram in tables, (a la NY "bistro"), and even has room, and the philosophy, for a couch!
|I must have missed the bake sale as that counter was pretty empty. Good thing I'm not a dessert person. No really, I'm not. Well, a vegan Mississippi Mud Pie might be nice.
|Big menu board. Must get a lot of old people like me who can't see anymore. Very friendly and helpful service too!!
And perhaps the most important part of the meal, (just kidding. No I'm not), beer. How nice to just look at the beers and get whichever one I wanted knowing they were vegan. I could choose any one I wanted. And there were 2 to choose from! Didn't even have to break out my iPhone to look at barnivore.com.
The Spinach Salad had an orange ginger dressing. I tasted a soft heat from the ginger but didn't taste orange. It was more like a ginger soy vinaigrette. The salad itself was made up of fresh spinach with red onions, nuts and raisins. It was fresh and bright and as much as I can say about a salad, it was a good one and I actually enjoyed eating it because I liked it, not because I hear a voice in my head saying, "Eat your spinach!"
|As you can also see, number 25 was my lucky number.
I wasn't a big fan of the mashed mashed and gravy. It wasn't bad or off but I'd say it tasted "vegan." Perhaps I was looking for a darker mushroomy gravy or a more chickeny one. I liked the rustic chunk with skins of the potatoes . Ah, what the heck, I finished them too.
|There were actually 2 burgers in the ciabatta.
|Better shot of the coleslaw and potatoes.
I loved the flavor of the burger. I got some nice bites of seared crust on the burger but much of that, like any soft veggie burger, got a little lost in the bread crust.