Nice little cafe, server was extremely friendly and good. I am gluten free vegan and went there with a health conscious meat eater and two others that eat anything. There were ample choices for all of us to choose from and we were also each very pleased with our meals. It is a little expensive ($12 for my black bean burger)but you do get a lot of good quality food freshly made per order so I feel it is worth it. Also the meat they do serve has been consciously raised as humanely as possible and I feel that is worth supporting.Pros: Great menu with variety, Great service, Love the name!
Our server was friendly and knowledgeable. I had the black bean chimichango. It was very tasty, and great with the smooth mango salsa. My friend enjoyed the protein wrap. The sweet potato fries were yummy! I bought a coupon through Amazon local. There were several other options on the menu that I want to try. I think the prices are reasonable for the quality of the food.Pros: excellent food and presentation, friendly servers
Cons: no vestibule so cold draft near the door
Stopped here on a road trip. It was well off I-80, but well worth the detour. Food was exceptional. Those have got to be the biggest veggie burgers I have ever seen. And boy were they good. Meat lovers would be jealous. My daughter spent thirty minutes eating hers. Great selection and can't wait to get back there. The menu is pretty extensive. You'll wish you had more time to come back and try it all. By the way, try those cookies. They are out of this world.Pros: Huge portions, Extensive menu, Quick service
Have been here several times, good food each time. I personally stay away from meat, however their meats are free range, so I wouldn't feel terrible eating say, chicken, from here. The only issue is that the food is pricey...the quality is great, however don't expect a cheap meal!Pros: healthy food, vegan, veg, etc appropriate, great quality
Cons: pricey, small space
Absolutely loved this place. The workers are super friendly and the atmosphere is very relaxed . Most importantly the food is amazing, Ive never had something there i did not love.Pros: delicious, relaxed
Service was great, food was just O. K. However, it was only my item that just didn't appeal to me. My family did enjoy their sandwiches. Â Pricing was listed as "moderate", but it was actually "high". I've been to several vegan friendly places, and pricing is usually in line, but this place was just outrageous. I had something called "Shana's favorite-veggie sausage, rice cheese, caramelized onions, avocado". I asked if they could make it vegan, and received a oat burger, slice of rice cheese, no onions, and a sliver of avocado on 2 slices of Jewish rye bread, lightly toasted, w/home fries. The cost? $9.00 Â As for the desserts? 1 large chocolate, $2.95, and 1 lemon scone $3.95. Â Not impressed at all.Pros: Organic , Eco-friendly , Parking
Cons: Pricey, Limited toppings, cramped dining area
Real good food - recycled materials used in building the place, awesome variety of healthy and often organic ingredients, raw options, and a good variety of delicious foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Vegan and raw cookies, baked and raw goodies, coffee, herbal teas and wonderful soups. Fully deserving of vegetarian / vegan / raw foodist patronage and support.Pros: good food, lots of vegetarian options, inexpensive
Cons: some fish / chicken options
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