• Blue and Gray

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Lacto
American
Beer/Wine
Non-veg

Serves meat, vegan options available. Bar and grill on Lincoln Square. Willing to modify a dish for vegans, like the stuffed portobella, portobella sandwich - be sure to specify vegan. There are a few veg sides like spinach, baked potato, wild rice. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-2:00am.


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5 Reviews

First Review by DannyRebel

shannon_hickey

Points +64

Vegan
10 Nov 2022

Very limited choices

I had hoped to get the veggie burger but unfortunately it had both milk and eggs. Opted for the blue & grey salad with a avocado and the sweet potato waffle fries. The server was helpful and willing to check labels which I appreciated but there just wasn’t much to choose from aside from a tossed salad.

Pros: Helpful server

Cons: Very limited options

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Vegancoffeetraveler

Points +1183

Vegan
07 Nov 2022

Good for one hungry evening

No vegan options on the menu, but I asked the waiter for a vegan burger, and without hassles they made one. Combined with fries and drinks, I had a good meal here. Don't expect more vegan options than that.

SweetFries

Points +26

Vegan
20 Jul 2022

Lunch on our family visit to Gettysburg

I like simple options. Always happy when sweet fries and broccoli are available ! 😊

MycalaKembring

Points +819

Vegan
29 Jun 2021

Not much here for vegans

It is possible to get any of their impressive selection of burgers with a veggie burger rather than beef. However, due to the variety of cheese and bacon (or pulled pork, ham or brisket) on most of them, it makes more sense to just make it easy and order the veggie burger (minus the aioli... sigh) off the sandwich menu. I know I could ask to have things modified, but honestly I prefer to keep things simple because special orders can get messed up and then it has to go back to the kitchen and become more of an ordeal. There's also a Portobello wrap but that has aioli as well.

So, to review, there is nothing for vegans to order straight off the menu. You can definitely eat here if you're in the mood for a dry veggie burger or a dry portobello wrap (bring your own sauce?), but you're going to have to ask for it to be made special. Sometimes after a long day I just want to go somewhere to eat and have it not be complicated, and sadly that's didn't happen here. Will we go back? Probably not. I can make better veggie burgers myself at home.

Pros: outdoor dining is nice, we liked our waitress

Cons: limited vegan options, Seriously. There is hardly anything for vegans.

DannyRebel

Points +264

Vegetarian
22 Apr 2015

I was a Happy Cow when I saw the menu

This lacto-ovo was pleased to have two appetizers ($7 & $9) and two sandwiches ($8 & $9) to choose from as well as six vegetable side dishes ($2 each).

The Stuffed Portabella had to be requested without the Mustard Caper Aioli drizzle. Omit the goat cheese too and it's vegan. When I go back, I will try the Portabella Sandwich and the Grilled Cheese & Tomato bites.

I'm always happy to find more than salad, fried junk, or pizza on restaurant and bar menus in small towns. So this place gets my thumb up.

Pros: Fair variety, Price, Atmosphere

Cons: Not 100% veg*n




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