After eating one of the best vegan veggie burgers in Cleveland
I found another place called "Now That's Class" which served a mixed vegan/omni menu. The venue is akin to NY's CBGBs or the old Ron's Place in New Haven. Punk? Is that dating me? Do I care? Nope. We walk in and I don't feel 100% out of place amongst the tats and grommets in earlobes. I think this is more my own headspace than any thing that anyone said or did to make us feel that way.
There's a guy telling jokes on stage and I think, "This is alright." He finishes up and we make our way to the bar for a couple of beers and a menu. There aren't many tables and this isn't by any means a restaurant.
|Looking forward from our bar seats. Bar runs along the right and stage is to the left.|
|My buddy looking heavenward wondering what I've gotten him into this time.|
I ask for a menu and in true creative style and restaurant economics 101 I was handed a brown paper bag with a hand written menu.
Lovin reading throuh your pages. The photo's are the best! Is it a vegan thing to photogragh and rate the food we eat? Don't care. I do it myself. Love a bit of vegan food porn.
Nikki (UK and Italy)
Vegan junk food at a bar with entertainment? That's a place I want to visit!
Do they seriously offer earplugs for sale there?
Thanks Nicola. I have no idea how many people really read what I write so it's appreciated!
JL, right?! What's better than beer and fried vegan food?
Sarinne ... I'm sorry, what did you say? JK...but yes they actually do. If you enlarge the second picture where you can see the cash register there is a white box. You can't see it in the pic but theres a sign, "Earplugs $1" and the bartenders were wearing them!
Earplugs -- that's great! Loud (I presume) for those who like that, and offering some relief for those who don't. With a little profit too! A nice idea other venues could adopt.
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