This place was recommended to me by an omnivore. I guess because they use the words organic and farm and fresh all over the menu that means they are good for vegans? It's really one of those "happy meat" kind of places. They serve duck and elk and all kinds of other dead animals. There were about two starters and two entrees that were vegan. Most were raw. I wanted something more substantial, so I ordered the "Organic Millet Cake," which can be made vegan if they leave off the yogurt. It was fine. Served with carrots and bok choy. Probably not worth the $22 price tag. Also, the place was really fancy and dark, and I couldn't even read the menu. Not a place I would go again.
Cons: Very Few Vegan Options, Dark, Overpriced