• Hungry Brew Hops

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. A couple of vegan marked items on the menu: hummus and a smash-up veggie sandwich. Open Mon-Wed 11:00am-12:00am, Thu 11:00am-1:00am, Fri-Sat 11:00am-2:00am, Sun 11:00am-12:00am.

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5 Reviews

First Review by KellyBone


Points +1164

13 Nov 2022

Very delicious veg options

One of my favorite places when I'm in town to eat. THey have really good veg options and the quality is very high with flavor. Service is fast, and attentive and the seating area is busy but not to bad. Good place to have a drink and sit with friends to enjoy food



Points +2073

10 Feb 2019

Fries are not vegan

As other commenters have noted, the French fries are NOT vegan (they are fried in tallow/beef fat). The chickpea sandwich and a vegan pizza are the only substantive vegan options on the menu; they’re good, but don’t warrant a special trip to this restaurant. There’s lots of good beer options. Decent prices.

Pros: Some vegan options, Vegan options marked on menu

Cons: Look out for French fries made with tallow, Subpar service (waiter forgot our table)


Points +106

29 Dec 2018

Not amazing. Fries aren’t VEGAN

It’s nice to go to a main stream restaurant in town that offers a few vegan options. I decided on the chickpea smash sandwich with fries over the quesadilla. My sandwich was unique and different than the usual veggie burgers offered at most restaurants which was refreshing. However I didn’t love the sandwich. It was a bit bland, I guess I was expecting more for some reason. Perhaps next time I’ll go for the vegan quesadilla. Overall nice place. Update: I just found out that their French fries are NOT vegan. The waiter didn’t mention it to me and I got them with my clearly marked vegan menu sandwich. My sister ate there and she requested the fries instead of the salad with her chickpea smash sandwich but HER waitress told her that the fries aren’t vegan as they’re fried in DUCK fat 😭😭😭. I wish my waiter mentioned that to me, I learned a valuable lesson, don’t always assume all restaurants use vegetable oils to fry their potatoes.

Pros: Vegan options clearly marked on menu, Has a few vegan options , Can eat at a restaurant with my omni friends

Cons: Busy so you may have to wait a bit, French fries are fried in animal fat NOT veg oil, Waiters should be instructed better on veganism


Points +177

02 May 2018

Nice Restaurant

I had the quesadilla as they offer vegan cheese. However, I was expecting a cheese sauce and was disappointed when the quesadillas had shredded vegan mozzarella (probably Daiya) on them. Not a huge fan of Daiya or similar brands of shredded cheese, so I didn’t like them. They would have been better without the cheese. BUT, I did also order the Chickpea Smash-up Sandwich which was absolutely delicious. I would 100% recommend going here just for that sandwich. Hopefully in the future they will create more vegan dishes like this.

I loved the restaurant environment as well. The front was open so there was a nice breeze and it was very bright too!


Points +2706

10 Dec 2017

Not A Boring Sandwich

After many rounds of the lovely house lager, I'm pretty sure the Smash-Up Sandwich saved my life. It is a stacked dish of multigrain bread hugging chunky smashed chickpeas, silky pea purée, silvers of avocado, tart pickled red onion, peppery arugula, and a rich kale pesto. I was surprised to find anything vegan on the menu and then shocked by the creativity placed in every layer of this sandwich.

Pros: vegan marked menu

Cons: limited options but at least they have options

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