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by Shel Graves

Review: All vegan, all the time: This edgy vegan diner draws a great crowd from college students to families and you can get bottomless coffee and breakfast all day. It's self-serve. Pour your coffee, add cream (of course, it's vegan!) or sugar and bus your table. Blue plate menu available weekdays. Gluten-free menu. Good value. We go here often for breakfast. The biscuits minimus, very veggie omelet and lost souls scramble are my favorites. I love the kale side and a cinnamon roll. My husband likes the pancakes. We always leave satisfied and happy and then head across the street to shop at Vegan Haven grocery store (Are we out of V-dog?). There's always a special. Sometimes, it's a little heavy on the soy meats for me. Take your newly vegan friend here. He'll see he won't starve or suffer. Don't let him wear fur! If the food feels too indulgent, I just make sure to order something that comes with a side of their beautiful steamed kale. They serve dinner now too (including lasagna and fettuccini alfredo - cashew sauce) and I've tried their salads and Portobello bulgogi. Good. The hot nutlet is a great hot lunch dish. They now serve beer, wine and a homemade mimosa. Oh, and if you're looking for the Bragg's, nooch, or a great hot sauce, it's right there on the table. It's OK, let your vegan freak flag fly — you're at the Wayward, my friend! Please, Wayward, open another location north of Seattle someday. They recently updated the menu and it now includes a healthy avocado toast, a dessert for breakfast strawberry shortcake and an ex-benedict. Trying some new things! Updated from previous review on Monday July 15, 2013

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