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Respond to Review of CLOSED: The Vegan Cafe
by kmilitello

Review: Okay, the location isn't great, but it's welcoming inside. It could be cozier for a juice/coffee bar, and they definitely need too dump the plastics and styrofoam. However, my green organic, cold-pressed juice was amazing. It was $8 for each juice, which is expensive but reasonable. They have a soup bar with 4-5 vegan soups, and the soup is fairly priced. I ordered a raw pizza that was very good. I'm looking forward to going back and trying other entrees. I was told the vegan burger and the vegan meatball sub are very good. I hope they stay in business! Support the local vegan cafe! I'll add more to my review when I've tried more of the food options. * I've gone back to the vegan cafe and tried the "Veggie Meatball Sandwich—$9.99 Fresh baked hoagie roll, full of whole grains and seeds. Stuffed with our in house made veggie meatballs and marinara sauce. Can also be served on a bed of greens and sprouts, instead of bread." It really is delicious. It's the right amount of food and has a good flavor. I also tried the "Portabella Mushroom Caps— $7.99 A gently baked large portabella cap, cooled and topped with a flavorful blend of sprouted quinoa, sprouts and chopped veg- gies, avocado, and more." The mushroom cap (not caps, you only get 1) was good, but it was served over a small salad. It's really an appetizer, too small for a meal. As to the soups, the chili tasted like black bean soup, not much like chili (no heat or chili flavor!) but a decent bean soup. The split pea soup was very good the last time I had it. The tomato soup was also good, but I would like it served with bread or something for texture. Updated from previous review on Tuesday July 16, 2013


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